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Canon says committed to helping Zimbabwean businesses thrive

This applies to many regions in Africa, including Zimbabwe, where Brett Hensberg, Managing Director at Eskill Trading, is the Canon distribution partner.
By Donald Nyandoro Sep. 26, 2023
iPhone 15: Apple forced to ditch lightning charger
iPhone 15: Apple forced to ditch lightning charger
A new Apple Watch series was also unveiled with a more advanced chip.
By BBC News Sep. 13, 2023
Meta is developing a new, more powerful AI system, Wall Street Journal reports
The Facebook parent is aiming for its new AI model to be ready next year, the Journal said, adding it will be several times more powerful than its commercial version dubbed Llama 2.
By Reuters Sep. 11, 2023
China's widening iPhone curbs roil US technology sector
The U.S. Commerce Department said late Thursday it's working to obtain more information "on the character and composition" of the chip that may violate trade restrictions.
By Reuters Sep. 8, 2023
Elon Musk's X to roll out audio, video calling feature
After rebranding Twitter as X, Musk signaled he would turn the platform into a super app offering a range of services from messaging and social networking to peer-to-peer payments.
By Reuters Aug. 31, 2023
YouTube to soon let users search song by humming
Once the song is identified, users will see relevant official music content, user-generated videos and Shorts featuring the searched song in the YouTube app.
By Zee news Aug. 24, 2023
Elon Musk admits X ‘may fail’ after glitch deletes Twitter photos
Elon Musk, the owner of the app formerly known as Twitter, has said the social media site “may fail”, after a glitch caused pictures posted before December 2014 to be deleted.
By The Guardian Aug. 21, 2023
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By Newsday Aug. 21, 2023
A first for Zimbabwe: MedOrange launches pharmacy in your pocket app
MedOrange Pharmacies, the leading health, wellness and beauty centre in Zimbabwe, has launched a mobile application, which offers online prescription services.
By Newsday Aug. 17, 2023
Gambling and Technology: How Technology is Enhancing Casino Technology and Fairness
The capacity for casinos to make adjustments to and keep tabs on their games from a distance has also contributed to a safer gambling experience.
By Newsday Aug. 14, 2023
Solar-powered water project boon for Muzarabani villagers
The Katsande solar powered water scheme supplies 145 households to the water.
By Winstone Antonio Aug. 12, 2023
Tech shares fall as China mulls child smartphone limits
The proposed law would see children being only allowed to use their phones for a maximum of two hours a day.
By BBC News Aug. 5, 2023
Musk draws heat from San Francisco over giant X logo
Traffic has fallen as more people work from home, while high-profile crime and homelessness have tarnished the city's image.
By Reuters Jul. 31, 2023
Meta, Microsoft, hundreds more own trademarks to new Twitter name
Meta and Microsoft likely would not sue unless they feel threatened that Twitter's X encroaches on brand equity they built in the letter, Gerben said.
By Reuters Jul. 25, 2023
Microsoft unveils more secure AI-powered Bing Chat for businesses to ensure ‘data doesn’t leak’
With Bing Chat Enterprise, the user’s chat data will not be saved, sent to Microsoft’s servers or used to train the AI models, according to the company.
By CNN Jul. 19, 2023
Why Instagram is taking on Twitter with Threads
I think time has shown that there’s room for multiple players in different spaces.
By The Verge Jul. 7, 2023
Just call them tweets
If you think “tweet” can only refer to Twitter, you’re wrong. Heck, Twitter didn’t even come up with the word!
By The Verge Jul. 7, 2023
Apple makes history as first $3 trillion company amid tech stock surge
In a similar vein, electric car maker Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) witnessed a 28% jump in its market capitalization in June.
By Reuters Jul. 3, 2023
4 Sadc countries scrap cellphone roaming charges
Regional economic blocs are leading in establishing a common framework for a unified digital market. 
By bird story agency Jun. 29, 2023
Netflix could soon kill off its Basic subscription – forcing you to choose between its ad-supported tier or splash out £10.99/MONTH
These rumours come just a month after the tech giant's controversial crackdown on account sharing, with millions barred from lending logins to those outside their household.
By Daily Mail UK Jun. 27, 2023
Youtube lowers monetisation eligibility to 500 subscribers
Other monetization streams are also opening up to a wider group of creators
By The Verge Jun. 20, 2023
Meta to debut new Channels broadcasting tool for WhatsApp
Admins who oversee a WhatsApp channel will be able to send text, photos, videos, stickers and polls to their followers,
By CNBC Jun. 8, 2023
5 Essential Tips for Successful Social Media Marketing
The final tip to successful social media marketing is to analyze and adapt
By Newsday Jun. 7, 2023
WhatsApp to allow users to edit messages within a 15-minute limit
“Edited messages will display ‘edited’ alongside them, so those you’re messaging are aware of the correction without showing edit history,” WhatsApp said.
By Aljazeera May. 24, 2023
GCash Hit: Massive Phishing Attack and Unsanctioned Withdrawals
Given the recent events, many Filipinos may consider switching to or adding Neteller as an additional security layer for their online transactions.
By Newsday May. 20, 2023
YouTube is bringing unskippable 30-second ads to TV
YouTube says viewers will see a single 30-second ad instead of two consecutive 15-second ads,
By The Verge May. 19, 2023
New AI research lets you click and drag images to manipulate them in seconds
Not only can you change the dimensions of a car or manipulate a smile into a frown with a simple click and drag, but you can rotate a picture’s subject .
By The Verge May. 19, 2023
Japan arranging subsidies for Samsung chip facility -source
According to the data, 61% of respondents believe that AI poses risks to humanity, while only 22% disagreed, and 17% remained unsure.
By Reuters May. 17, 2023