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Do you know that Africa is continually increasing its use of the Social Media, not only to connect to friends and relatives but also to engage in business relationships worldwide? According to a census conducted back 2011, 90% of the population has a mobile phone which has access to the Internet.

This enables its population to overcome the physical barriers which in the past, limits engagement in political and busin

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Facebook buys weeks old app for teens to be nice to each other

An app that encourages teens to be nice to each other has been acquired by Facebook for an undisclosed fee.

The app – called tbh, meaning “to be honest” – is just nine weeks old, but had already been downloaded 5 million times.

The app’s creators said it will remain a standalone program but will now have more r...

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Facebooks app for under 21s Lifestage flops

Facebook has killed off a video-focused app targeted at under-21s less than a year after it was launched.

Lifestage was designed to connect students going to the same school or university, making all of their posts available to each other.

But it faced criticism for having limited privacy controls and a &ldq...

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Skype now lets you send money via PayPal

Skype’s recent redesign may be the source of much divisiveness, but that isn’t stopping Microsoft from adding new features. Starting today, you can now send money via PayPal right from your conversations.

It’s a shot across the bow to Facebook, which has long support payments via Messenger, not to mention Apple, which is implementing...

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Familiar WhatsApp scam resurfaces

A familiar WhatsApp scam has reappeared in order to try and trick people into supplying their bank details to cyber criminals.

The scam takes the form of an official-looking message that warns people their “trial service” of the popular instant messaging app is coming to an end.

“Our records indicate that your W... Read More
Facebook calls for a more people centric security industry

The security industry needs to worry less about technology and more about people, said Facebook’s security boss.

Alex Stamos scolded the security industry in the opening keynote of the 2017 Black Hat conference.

He said there was too much focus on technically complex “stunt” hacks and not enough on finding ways to help the...

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Facebook drone in successful test flight

Facebook has completed a second test of a solar-powered drone designed to bring internet access to remote parts of the world.

The drone – dubbed Aquila – flew for one hour and 46 minutes in Arizona.

On Aquila’s maiden voyage last summer, the autopilot system was confused by heavy wind and crash-landed.

This time...

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