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Tech Spotlight: How Women And Minorities Are Changing The Tech Game

Meet  Mary Spio, author of the new book, It’s Not Rocket Science: 7 Game-Changing Traits for Uncommon Success, has launched three game-changing technologies — Boeing Digital Cinema, which changed the movie distribution industry; Gen2Media, which created the online TV platform for clients such as Coca Cola Company, Microsoft XBOX, Tribune News Company and more than 200 radio stations and more. Mary Spio was born in Syracuse, New York, to Ghanaian parents, her parent then returned to Ghana after her dad’s studies. Mary had a very humble beginnings growing up Ghana, West Africa. Mary saw her first computer at the age of...

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Tech Spotlight: Ugandan Students Win Award For Pregnancy Scan Machine

Aaron Tushabe, Joshua Okello and Josiah Kavuma invented WinSenga (Win for Windows and Senga is the Luganda word for auntie…). Whilst Aaron Tushabe was Working at the Mulago Hospital in Uganda during a break before university he was struck by the crowds and the suffering, not only about those who were waiting in the long lines but the 80 percent of Ugandans who live in rural areas and can’t make the trek to the capitol for medical care. He was determined to find a way to help. Months later, he met fellow sophomores Joshua Okello and Josiah Kavuma. Their collective experience...

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Tech Spotlight: Mark Zuckerberg Meets With Developers And Entrepreneurs In Lagos…

Facebook CEO/ Internet entrepreneur Mark Zuckerberg is visiting  (Nigeria) Africa for the first time. During his visit, Mark Zuckerberg met with with developers and entrepreneurs. He also ”got to talk to kids at a summer coding camp and entrepreneurs who come to CcHub to build and launch their apps” One of his stops was at Andela, an engineering organisation that both Mark Zuckerberg And Priscilla Chan’s funded to to the tune of $24 Million to enable them train African Engineers After his meetings with developers and partners, and exploring Nollywood Mark Zuckerberg also had chance to meet some of the stars…Actors, Comedians, musicians… More photos Via/credit Rita Dominic...

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Tech Spotlight: Rapelang Rabana And Rekindle Learning

As founder of Yeigo, one of the world’s first VoIP applications, Rapelang Rabana was named one of Africa’s Best Young Entrepreneurs by Forbes and included in Oprah Magazine’s “O Power List”. In her newest venture, she’s tackling two of eLearning’s greatest challenges: measuring impact and improving the retention of knowledge. Rapelang talks with eLearning Africa about what’s wrong with on-the-job training, why eLearning execs should be focusing purely on mobile apps and how to create more African female entrepreneurs. Rapelang believes in using mobile technology to re-imagine learning by creating interactive, personalized and adaptive learning platforms that produce data and...

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Tech Spotlight: Cardiopad Inventor Wins African Engineering Award…

Cameroonian Engineer behind the Cardiopad Arthur Zang, wins African Engineering Award! Zang is the inventor of the Cardiopad, a touch screen medical tablet that enables heart examinations such as the electrocardiogram (ECG) to be performed at remote, rural locations while the results of the test are transferred wirelessly to specialists who can interpret them…. Is good to know that all his effort has been rewarded.. Arthur took to his Facebook with the photos below and caption ”After a very long competition attended by 900 candidates among the best African engineers and researchers. I am more than honored to receive this prestigious...

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