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Owino Solutions hosts Facebook’s First Politics & Government Training in Sub-Saharan Africa

Owino Solutions hosts Facebook’s First Politics & Government Training in Sub-Saharan Africa

On Thursday 18th December 2014, Owino Solutions hosted Facebook Inc.’s first ever Politics and Government Training in Sub-Saharan Africa! The lunchtime session at the Serena Hotel was led by Elizabeth Linder, Facebook’s Politics & Government Specialist EMEA Region, who flew in especially from Facebook’s London office and Ebele Okobi, Facebook’s new Head of Public Policy

Statement on the arrest of Owino Solutions Founder/CEO

Statement on the arrest of Owino Solutions Founder/CEO

The Founder/CEO of Owino Solutions Ltd and Kawowo Sports Media, Joseph Owino, has been released from police custody this evening after clearing allegations that he had hacked the social media profiles of the President of Uganda. The allegations, filed with the Uganda Police Force Special Investigations Unit, stated that Mr. Owino, together with other unknown persons had ‘hacked’

Google Puts Money on Robots, Using the Man Behind Android

Google Puts Money on Robots, Using the Man Behind Android

If Amazon can imagine delivering books by drones, is it too much to think that Google might be planning to one day have one of the robots hop off an automated Google Car and race to your doorstep to deliver a package? Google executives acknowledge that robotic vision is a “moonshot.” But it appears to

Facebook to make its first India acquisition with app tester Little Eye Labs

Facebook to make its first India acquisition with app tester Little Eye Labs

Social networking giant Facebook is close to sealing a deal to acquire Bangalore-based product startup Little Eye Labs.This would be Facebook’s first purchase of a product company in India, according to the Business Standard. Little Eye Labs offers mobile app analysis tools for app developers and testers. It develops tools that provide detailed insights about

Twitter upping security to thwart government hacking

Twitter upping security to thwart government hacking

Following in the footsteps of other tech companies, Twitter is beefing up its security to make it harder for outsiders — including the government — to uncover data, the company announced Friday. Twitter has added forward secrecy, a security measure that uses temporary, individual keys to encrypt each Web session, instead of relying on a

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