Monthly Archives: April 2011

Brilliant By Samsung

Amazing how Samsung is way up there in the race to be the best.

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Real Madrid Pip Barcelona To Win Copa Del Rey….And Then Some…

Brilliant moments for Real Madrid, until some really excited player (Sergio Ramos) decides to let go. The Real defender accidentally dropped the cup, 18 years after a Real Madrid player last had his hands on it, as he waved to … Continue reading

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Just A Quick Press – A Heads-Up!

Many industry notable voices have been quick to update us all on what’s new in the tech market in terms of gadgets. Notably so is the clear indication that Tablets are getting most of the shine. But let’s try and … Continue reading

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Tablet Wars – Will The Tablet Boom Be Short Lived?

The 21st Century! This is an era where everything ‘mobile’ in the tech world will only succeed if out of the box innovation is applied as well as some ruthless marketing and advertising. I love gadgets and everything tech, but … Continue reading

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The Mobile Empire

Do you seriously want to become rich? Here’s the secret — and it’s got nothing to do with building an online social network, or even getting the government to bail out your bank. To paraphrase Mr. McGuire from The Graduate, I … Continue reading

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Life in Nairobi, as seen from the windows of its minibuses – By Brendan Bannon

The 14-seat minibuses that fill Nairobi’s streets are the quintessential and chaotic way for most Kenyans to get around the burgeoning capital city. :: Kawangware, Nairobi, Kenya :: It’s already past 7:15 a.m. and Catherine, a 32-year-old civil servant, knows … Continue reading

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Small Business Owners in a Nairobi Slum Display Kenyan Resilience – By Brendan Bannon

  Benson Omenda, 48, has been tailoring clothes for residents in Nairobi’s Kibera slum for more than 15 years. “I fear the best days are behind us, especially now that the second-hand clothes markets have arrived, meaning tailored clothes are … Continue reading

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