Samsung Galaxy S8 launch date to be revealed at MWC 2017

Samsung is expected to unveil its 2017 flagship smartphone at an event in New York sometime in March. When exactly? We’ll get to find… Source : Hangkyung (Translated)

BlackBerry launches Notable, a new content creation and sharing app for BlackBerry device users

While BlackBerry may have given up on designing and making its own devices, it is still keen on the content that the devices its… Source : BlackBerry

Video calling finally comes to Signal Messenger, still in beta

Secure messaging application Signal is being updated to bring video calling to all its users. Even though the feature is still under testing, all users… Source : Open Whisper Systems

Huawei P10 and Huawei Watch confirmed, set for MWC 2017 unveiling

Chinese device maker Huawei has confirmed that it will be launching its flagship smartphone for 2017, the Huawei P10, at the upcoming Mobile World…

Kenya’s biggest shopping mall opens its doors complete with an Android app

Two Rivers Mall, Kenya’s biggest shopping mall, has officially opened its doors in the capital, Nairobi. Being one of the biggest real estate developments…

Safaricom offers users of its app bonus internet bundles for Valentines

Safaricom has a pretty decent Android application dubbed MySafaricom app. The app, which can be downloaded and installed from the Play Store, lets…

Uber is giving away discounted rides of up to Kshs 1,500 this Valentines

If you have a Valentines day date then the Uber app on your Android smartphone might as well be a lifesaver. This is because…


How to disable two-step verification in WhatsApp

Many may not understand why you’d want to put your privacy at risk by disabling two-step verification on WhatsApp but there are a couple…


How to enable two-step verification in WhatsApp

Have you heard? WhatsApp is rolling out a new, very important feature: two-step verification. In simple terms, this means that on top of the one-time…

Microsoft Word for Android gets ability to view PDF files

Users who have signed up to beta test Microsoft’s Office applications on Android (Microsoft calls them Office Insiders) are getting a sweet treat


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