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Francis Oboth Creates Kyambogo University An appFor Students

Francis makes Kyambogo University app for freshers. Francis says that he made this app with the love for the students mostly freshers. This app is called “MyCampus” although he has not yet published it on play store and other app stores. This is how the app works ; After downloading the app install and sign […]

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Houston has a problem: NASA snubs city’s bid to lead next moon mission

It may have been one of the first words ever uttered on the moon, but Houston has been snubbed by NASA as the base of operations for the development of the next lunar lander. Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, has been chosen to lead preparations for the planned expedition, beating out competition from […]

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North Korea: Kim’s ‘great satisfaction’ over sixth missile test in three weeks

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has expressed “great satisfaction” over the “amazing success” of his country’s missile program after another test on Friday, according to state-run media. The North Korean leader was seen in a newly released photo smiling as several apparently senior military officers stand around him laughing, clapping and pointing at a […]

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Fingerprints and facial recognition data exposed in major breach

More than one million fingerprints and a host of usernames and passwords have been exposed on an unsecured database hosted by a security platform that lists the Metropolitan Police among its clients. Researchers claim to have discovered the publicly accessible information on the web-based BioStar 2, which is owned and operated by South Korean company […]

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Huawei confident UK will resist ‘politically motivated’ pressure from US over 5G

Huawei is confident that the UK will resist “politically motivated” pressure from the US and “make the right decision” to allow the Chinese telecommunications giant to supply critical parts of its next-generation 5G mobile internet infrastructure. Victor Zhang, the company’s president of global government affairs, told Sky News that a negative ruling from the UK […]

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Jinja ICT teachers fail to assemble dismantled computer

The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) and KAWA are conducting a countrywide capacity building — tooling and retooling workshop for secondary school teachers in an event being held at the Civil Service College Uganda in Jinja District. it is through this workshop were the Jinja ICT teachers failed to assemble a dismantled PC. It is alleged […]

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Ugandan investors looking to tap Chinese technology, secure partnership deals

The first Industrial Capacity Cooperation Exposition also known as the China –Uganda Expo seems to be in a mission to solidify the economic ties between the two countries—Uganda and China. From the onset, the China-Uganda Expo, resulting from a high-level negotiations, is proving to be a platform where local investors can easily learn new Chinese […]

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Accelerating Network Segmentation Initiatives with Claroty Continuous Threat Detection

After years of neglect, security requirements for OT environments are becoming more formalized and network segmentation is becoming a baseline requirement. Further validating this progression, the latest Gartner Market Guide for Operational Technology Security added a new product category referred to as OT Network Segmentation. This category includes the capabilities required to manage and secure […]

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Fibre optic vibration sensors could prevent train derailments

Researchers have developed a sensor for measuring the vibration and acceleration of trains which could be paired with an AI system to help predict oncoming accidents and derailments. It can detect frequencies more than double that of traditional fibre-optic accelerometers, making them suitable for monitoring wheel-rail interactions. The team from Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HKPU) […]

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Northern Cyprus explosion: ‘Russian-made missile used to fend of Israeli air attack on Syria’

A suspected Russian-made missile has landed in Northern Cyprus, exploding in the air above a series of villages, according to officials. It is thought the missile may be part of an air defence system fired from Syria in response to an air attack by Israel. Turkish Cypriot foreign minister Kudret Ozersay said early analysis suggested […]

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