A little about Bluetooth

Okay so short story. In 940 AD, there lived a man, Harald Blåtand, who was king of Denmark. He was known for uniting Danish tribes into a kingdom, and also converting his country to Christianity. End of short story. We’ll come back to this later. What has this got to Continue Reading

What does ‘Wi-Fi’ stand for?

“Can I get your WiFi password?” “All right, it’s 1234567890.” “Duuude! You really need to change that weak Wi-Fi password!” “Hey, hey, hey! Will you keep quiet?” This is just a mock interaction that comes up when an average person detects an available connection within proximity. But the big question Continue Reading

VPN for starters

A virtual private network (VPN) is a technology that allows you to access the internet via a server. All internet use on your devices is tunneled through an encrypted secure server, which means your Internet Protocol (IP) address is changed in the process. When you visit the internet, the data Continue Reading

How does crowdfunding look like in Ghana?

Last month, Jake Amo, a five year-old boy from Asempanaye became an internet sensation. A funding initiative had been started by Solomon Adufah to raise $20,000 to support his education. That is an example of Crowdfunding. What is Crowdfunding? It is basically raising capital from a large group of people using the Continue Reading

All the changes we’ve seen in WhatsApp in one post

We’ve seen some pleasant changes in WhatsApp this year. Initially, we were dedicating one article to each change but we later realized they’d keep pouring in for some time. Now that the dust seems to be settling, let’s catch up on all the changes that have been implemented in 2016: Continue Reading

A look at Memory Cards

Today, we bring you a brief clarification of the SD card family and what to look out for when purchasing one for your device, be it a camera, camcorder, recorder or a mobile phone. Your device manufacturer will indicate the specific type of memory card you should use for your Continue Reading

Some IoT success stories in the world

As 70% of IoT value resides in the industrial space, let us look at some practical examples of how industries have saved and made money by deploying IoT: Maersk modernizes global cold chain fleet through wireless connectivity International shipping competition requires a unique and global level of container monitoring and Continue Reading

APK Mirror is a great alternative to Google Play Store

We’re gonna be using ‘apk’ a lot in this post. It stands for ‘Android application package’ and it’s the package file format used by the operating system for distribution and installation of mobile apps. The best alternative to the Google Play Store App is not another app. It’s a website. Continue Reading

Have you ever wondered how Google attends to its billion customers?

Have you ever wondered how Google attends to its customers in different languages bearing in mind it has over 130 products and services, with seven of them having over a billion active users? Due to the large number of users of free Google apps and products, it is improbable for Continue Reading

How to connect your flash drive to your phone

Usually when you transfer something from your pendrive (please say flash drive/ thumb drive), you’d have to hook both phone and flash drive to your computer before any transfer can occur. A USB OTG (On-The-Go) cable acts as a bridge, allowing you to hook up your flash drive directly to Continue Reading

WhatsApp Encryption explained

Yesterday, a lot of WhatsApp users started receiving bubble notifications about end-to-end encryption. The question that lingers on our minds is “What is WhatsApp encryption?”. We answer all our questions below: What is Encryption? Encryption is the procedure of converting information into complex and long codes in such a way that Continue Reading