Category: Technology

Use Facebook to apply for as many jobs, see how?

Learn how to use facebook to apply for as many jobs as you will see in this article.Since Facebook came to use has evolved steadily from a mere social media website to a more sophisticated service platform. This is used by many people worldwide to earn a living. ALSOZuckerberg saves the web from the Chinese […]

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How to practically check the originality of your phone?

Fake cell phones are so many on the market for almost every prominent brand and other uncommon phone brands. Fake phone makers copy all aspects of a marked telephone’s appearance to cause their items to seem authentic. The telephone’s external shell and screen, the printed logos and marking, the bundling and the included frill would […]

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cell phone handsets, counterfeit batteries and chargers
Counterfeit batteries and chargers, how to spot?

Cell phone handsets are by all account not the only electronic item focused by forgers. how-to-spot-counterfeit-batteries-and-chargers is the topic today. Underground market PDA batteries and chargers are likewise penetrating the market representing potential wellbeing and danger to buyers. Counterfeit batteries and chargers are regularly offered as a secondary selling item, found up for sale sites […]

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How to tell a cell phone is fake?

Fake cell phone makers copy all aspects of a marked telephone’s appearance to cause their items to seem authentic. The telephone’s external shell and screen, the printed logos and marking, the bundling and the included frill would all be able to be duplicated, making it hard to recognize whether a telephone is phony or veritable. […]

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Google to train Ugandan youths in digital skills

The American based tech giant, Google is supporting Africa 118 and Youth Advocacy Foundation Uganda-YAFU to conduct digital skills training. This will cut across Africa through the Digital Skills for Africa Initiative programme. This programme was launched on 12th April 2016 as Google’s commitment to skill African youths with free skills to contribute towards Africa’s […]

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Kyambogo Lecturer moves to integrate computer vision, natural language processing to guide blind movements

Kyambogo University Lecturer Nkalubo Leonard from the Department of Computer Science is researching on how to “Integrating Computer Vision and Natural Language Processing” to guide blind movements. He confirmed that his research is on a case study based on the University’s disability unit (UNISE) and health informatics. The research was revealed during the 2019 Federated […]

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What is Database Normalization?

Database Normalization is a technique of organizing the data in the database. Database Normalization is a systematic approach of decomposing tables to eliminate data redundancy(repetition) and undesirable characteristics. For example, Insertion, Update and Deletion anomalies. It is a multi-step process that puts data into tabular form, removing duplicated data from the relation tables. Normalization is […]

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Uganda approves making own cars

Government has come out offering a lifeline to what seemed to be a vanishing dream of local car manufacturing company, Kiira Motors Corporation. Cabinet sitting this week at State House in Entebbe approved the Roadmap for the commercialization of the Kiira Electric Vehicle Project, which according to Information Minister Frank Tumwebaze, is to be undertaken […]

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UCC bans sell of scratch airtime cards

Uganda Communication Commission – UCC together with Telecom companies agreed to phase out airtime scratch cards by 30th June 2018. After the ban on simcard vending, UCC has also set a deadline for airtime cards. According to a statement issued by Mr Godfrey Mutabazi, the commission Executive Director, the position was reached at in meeting […]

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A 15 year old British teenager hacks crypto-currency wallet

A hardware wallet designed to store crypto-currencies, and touted by its manufacturer as tamper-proof, has been hacked by a British 15-year-old. Writing on his blog, Saleem Rashid said he had written code that gave him a back door into the Ledger Nano S, a $100 (£70) device that has sold millions around the world. It […]

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