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Tecno launches Spark Series smartphones in Nigeria

Tecno launches Spark Series smartphones in Nigeria

Mobile
Tecno Mobile, has unveiled its latest device, the Spark Series smartphones. Targeted at millennial youths and varsities students in Nigeria, who mostly have to live on a budget, the Techno Spark is a new line of photo-focused. Speaking at the launch of the smartphones in Lagos, the Deputy Marketing Manager, Tecno Nigeria, Attai Oguche, said: “We at Tecno are proud to say that this is another great camera device; the next generation android smartphones designed mainly for an impressive camera and style. Anyone who experienced the TecnoCamon CX, and who by now understand the amazing camera features Tecno devices flaunt will easily relate with what I am talking about.” According to him, the TecnoSpark stays true to the revolutionary pixel sensor and denoising camera technologies of la
How Has Technology Brought Efficiency in Business?

How Has Technology Brought Efficiency in Business?

Technology
Think back to how business was done a few decades ago. There was no email, Internet, mobile marketing, telecommuting or smartphones. Now communications are instantaneous, huge amounts of information move through email and the Internet and powerful tools are in the hands of owners and employees. Innovations in technology have improved operations at companies of all sizes and helped turn small local businesses into global businesses. Small businesses need to wring every ounce of productivity out of their operations and technology tools help employees get tasks done more quickly. This may range from printing out marketing materials to providing customer service through email or online chat. The key is to keep employees focused when using technology and to use it appropriately with th...
Infinix Hot 5 launched in Kenya

Infinix Hot 5 launched in Kenya

Mobile
In a committed effort to extend its products and services to its customers across the nation, Infinix Mobility, a Hong Kong-based company, has unveiled the soon-to-be launched Infinix Hot 5, the successor to the Infinix Hot 4 smartphone which had a successful market spell. As Infinix continues to give consumers the best experience with its smartphones, the brand has been innovative about bringing about a better shopping experience for its fans and customers in the region. The Infinix Hot 5 is a fifth generation offering in the Hot series of affordable smartphones. The device packs a powerful battery, fingerprint scanner and Android 7.0 (Nougat). Infinix Hot 5 succeeds the Infinix Hot 4. Showing off a cool looking body, the Infinix Hot 5 cannot be said to disappoint in terms...
Youtap launches QR code solutions & apps for markets in Africa and Asia

Youtap launches QR code solutions & apps for markets in Africa and Asia

Mobile
Smartphone penetration across the emerging markets is increasing significantly. Recently MTN Group published statistics on the growth of smartphones across its operating companies, including South Africa (15%), Nigeria (36%), Ghana (64%) and Côte d’Ivoire (100%). On this note, Youtap, the global provider of contactless mobile payments and financial services software has launched a QR code solution as well as smartphone apps for mobile money in Africa and Asia. According to a statement by Youtap, the solution complies with the industry standard that was developed by Bharat, Mastercard and Visa. "Youtap's apps can be white-labelled and branded with the logo colours of the mobile money service," the statement stated. The new solution gives any merchant or small business owner with a
Africa Mobile subscription set to hit the Half a Billion Mark by 2020

Africa Mobile subscription set to hit the Half a Billion Mark by 2020

Broadband, Internet, Mobile
Sub-Saharan Africa currently has 420 million unique mobile subscribers with a 43% penetration rate. By 2020, this number is expected to hit over half a billion, making Africa the fastest growing market. This is according to a new GSMA study dubbed ‘The Mobile Economy: Africa 2016’  that was published recently at the GSMA Mobile 360 – Africa event held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The report also highlights the increasing contribution of Africa’s mobile industry to the regional economy, including employment and public funding, and mobile’s role a platform for digital and financial inclusion. “More than half a billion people across Africa are now subscribed to a network, providing them not just connectivity but a gateway to a range of other essential services in areas such as digital