Ghana’s Nsesa Foundation announces STEM Woman Of the Week.
STEM WOW is an initiative which seeks to inspire the next generation of female African Innovations, Scientists, Engineers and STEM educators by telling the stories of young inspirational African women on the continent and in the diaspora who are rocking it in the field of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).
Between January and June 2018, Nsesa Foundation’s website and social media pages will be celebrating these women. If you know any young woman making a difference in STEM, please nominate them at bit.ly/Nominate-STEM-WOW
FM Radio makes it way back to the smartphone market
Most smartphones have hardware capable of receiving FM radio signals yet users still stream online for these radio station.
Samsung plans to allow its users connect directly with the newly integrated Next Radio app, listen to their favourite local station and use less battery and data than online radio apps.
Kenyan emergency start-up launches rescue service.
Flare, a Kenyan emergency service has introduced a ‘rescue’ product which will ensure that users access medical assistance within 15 minutes of emergency.
Using your location, it allows you to call a hotline while providing you with travel estimates to the nearest hospital available.
Ready for Samsung Galaxy S9?
The latest Samsung flagship is set to be launched in a February event.
Rumours are that it comes with a vertically positioned dual camera, a Snapdragon 845 processor, 6GB of RAM and a 5.8 and 6.2 inch screen.
Netflix tops non-game app by revenue category
Netflix is the highest earning app for 2017.
According to a new year end-report by Sensor Tower, the platform saw subscriber revenue hitting approximately $510 million- a whooping 138 percent increase over last year.
Tinder ranked second in place.