When was the last time you googled yourself? It’s not just about vanity: Potential employers, dates, and even friends may search for your name from time to time—and what they see can really affect their first impression of you.
If you think iPhones are too small, get ready for this -- the next crop of iPhones is expected to go larger than ever. Apple will officially announce the 2018 crop in early September, but analysts we’ve spoken to are firm in what to expect, based on intelligence from the supply chain. Analysts expect three new iPhone models.
Teens are over Facebook.A new study has confirmed what we've long expected:Facebook is no longer the most popular social media site among teens ages 13 to 17.
The South African government lashed out at President Donald Trump on Thursday after he tweeted that his administration would be looking into farm seizures and the “large scale killing of farmers” in South Africa.
The Intelligence Directorate of the Ghana Police Service has arrested 50 Nigerians suspected to be behind robberies, street crimes and cyber fraud at Kasoa and its environs.
A Ugandan inventor has won a major prize for a device which tests for malaria without drawing blood.Computer scientist Brian Gitta, 24, is the first Ugandan, and the youngest person, to win the Royal Academy of Engineering's Africa Prize.
WhatsApp has added support for playing Instagram and Facebook videos within the app.
Google has announced it is to open its first African artificial intelligence research centre in Ghana later this year. Google boss Sundar Pichai said the multi-national was “really looking forward” to opening the centre.
The Ghana subsidiary of the transportation network company, Uber is reported to have deactivated the accounts of 200 of its drivers who are below the age of 25. The drivers were told their appointments had to be terminated because they did not meet the required 25-years age limit required for drivers to operate commercial vehicles.
The back-and-forth between Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and President Trump may have taken the headlines at the G7 summit last week, but it was something else that set social media alight.
At least six Ghanaians have been charged by a US grand jury for conspiring to launder and for laundering money in online romance scams.