iPhone 6 Unveiled! And There Is One More Thing…

Sep
10

Thirty years ago Steve Jobs introduced the original Macintosh in Cupertino, California where Apple’s reign began in the tech world.  On the 30 year anniversary, the tech giant unveiled its flagship innovation – the iPhone 6 in two newly redesigned form factors. Apple also unveiled and its highly anticipated first time ever smartwatch - The Apple Watch.

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Samsung Revealed Galaxy Alpha - Its First Ever Metal Framed Smartphone

Aug
13

Samsung just revealed Galaxy Alpha, its first ever Metal Framed Smartphone. This is a great strategic move for the tech giant to re-boost sale after the plastic design of its smartphones has been blamed for the company’s recent struggles. Also with the fact that Apple will be announcing its highly anticipated iPhone 6 line-ups on September 9, it will be interesting to see how the neck-and-neck competition is going to unfold.

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Ethio-Telecom Deployed 4G in Addis Ababa - Now What is The Challenge?

Aug
07

It is a good news that Ethio-telecom announcing 4G implementation in Addis Ababa. The new network is reported to be capable of providing service for up to 400,000 Addis Ababa customers. Now the next big challenge is who can tap into this latest 4th generation 4G network as it has device limitation of which smartphones are compatible with the new network.

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Valkyrie Humanoid Robot Could Lead NASA's Mission To Mars

Dec
11

We know that a manned mission to Mars is a long shot and a risky business too. NASA seems to look for an option – sending a Robonaut (a humanoid astronaut robot) first to prepare the risky Martian landing. The agency's Johnson Space Center showed-off its new humanoid robot currently under development.

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Google Hits Back On Amazon’s Delivery Drones Show-off By Announcing The Development of A Humanoid Robot

Dec
05

In the latest competition in the autonomous technology battleground and just a few days after Amazon revealed its R&D drone delivery system, Google announced that it is developing humanoid robots that could one day carry delivery items to your door.

The person behind the development is Andy Rubin, Google’s top  executive who brought smartphones to the masses by developing Google's free Android software.

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The Future is Here - Amazon Is Working On Autonomous Flying Delivery Drones

Dec
02

In a 60 Minutes interview, a very popular American TV show, Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos revealed that his company is working on a very futuristic delivery system called "Prime Air" that's is powered by autonomous drone system. Amazon wants to use octocopters,a type of drone with 8 mini rotors to deliver your order within 30 minutes.

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Ethiopia Booming In Green Tech & Renewable Energy

Nov
04

The fact our planet earth facing drastic climate change is pushing the urge for making renewable energy and green tech the next big technological wave.

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Ethiopia Officially Launched a Space Exploration Program

Oct
20

When I spoke to our own Tilaye Tadesse (PhD.), an Ethiopian Space Scientist and Solar & Space Weather Researcher at NASA on my Tech TV show back in May 2013, he told me how Ethiopia was making an amazing progress on the space exploration arena and mentioning exactly the realization of a space observatory station in Addis Ababa.

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Samsung Unveiled Three Products at IFA Berlin 2013

Sep
04

Today Samsung announced its three new gadgets: Galaxy Note III smartphone/table “Phablet”, Galaxy Gear Smart watch, and Galxy Note 10.1 tablet at its “Unpacked II” event at IFA 2013 Berlin. The much anticipated Note III comes with many new features and the Galaxy Gear smart watch officially opened the smart watch war in the industry.

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Internet For ALL Mankind - For a Better Tomorrow!

Aug
22

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, unveiled the launch of an unprecedented campaign on Tuesday August 20 2013, a project aimed at bringing Internet access to the 5 billion people around the world who currently can't afford it. The project is a partnership between the leading tech giants Samsung Electronics, Nokia, Qualcomm, Ericsson, MediaTek, Opera and others to make Internet access available to everyone on Earth particularly to remote and underprivileged communities.

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