The Indian government on Monday evening said it was banning TikTok and 59 other apps developed by Chinese firms over concerns that these apps were engaging in activities that threatened “national security
Africa’s top engineering talent company, Andela has confirmed that it has now shut down its offices and has gone fully remote. According to a response by their spokesperson, going remote has always been the company’s longer-term roadmap.
YouTube is taking direct aim at TikTok. The company announced on Wednesday it’s beginning to test a new feature on mobile that will allow users to record 15-second long multi-segment videos — YouTube vs TikTok.
Amazon Web Services announced the beta launch of Amazon Honeycode, a new fully managed low-code/no-code development tool that aims to make it easy for anybody in a company to build their own applications
Virtual events are the new norm for product rollouts in 2020, with Slack taking to the internet earlier today to talk about a new part of its service called Slack Connect.
Paystack, one of Nigeria's Fintech companies has announced the launch of ‘Paystack Commerce’, a combination of free tools to help African brands sell more physical and digital products online.
Chinese smartphone manufacturers have occupied a place in developing countries over the past few years. Infinix are leveraging on the trend and are set to launch infinix Smart TV in a few days.
iOS 14 has been unveiled and is yet to be rolled out officially, and it brings a bunch of big new features to Apple’s iOS including a few that should look pretty familiar to Android users who have had similar functionality for some time. — iOS 14 vs Android.
soccer startups have the additional responsibility of championing activities and/or causes which better promote footballers’ athletic wellbeing, foster supporters’ engagement and boost the revenue bases of football clubs
iMessage platform, one of Apple's owned messaging apps, is getting a notable update with the release of iOS 14 and macOS’s Big Sur. At its virtual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC 2020)
Apple today announced CarKey, a way to wirelessly unlock your car with your iPhone, at its Worldwide Developers Conference today.