Ghana Technology 

Gov’t Bans Use Of Private Accounts To Send Official E-Mails

Cabinet has given approval for the Ministry of Communications to migrate all public sector workers to the dedicated government of Ghana domain for official business. Consequently, the government has introduced a new measure banning all public officials from using their private emails for transacting official duties. The Minister of Communications, Mrs Ursula Owusu-Ekuful made this known on Friday at… Read More
Business Ghana Technology 

Banks Convert Domestic Cards To EMV

Banks have succeeded in converting domestic cards from magnetic stripes to EMV. The EMV technology has an enhanced security system which is the preferred bank card technology globally. EMV stands for Europay, MasterCard and Visa. It’s the global standard for chip-based Debit and Credit Card transactions. It’s a joint effort between Europay, MasterCard and Visa to ensure security and global… Read More
Amazon Technology World 

Amazon is now the world’s most valuable private company

Amazon is now the world’s most valuable private company Amazon for the first time closed out Monday’s session as the world’s biggest company by market capitalization, overtaking Microsoft and other fellow tech behemoths. The online sales goliath assumed the top spot after notching a 3.4 percent gain to finish with a market capitalization of $796.8 billion, about $13.2 billion more… Read More
African Ghana Technology 

Ghana’s first light aircraft” ask for financial support

“Ghana’s first light aircraft” are appealing for financial support from corporate bodies, individuals and government. The three inventors, Isaac Otu, Jacob Larbi and former personnel of the Ghana Air force, WO Charles Adu-Gyebi (retired) formed GOHFI Air to produce light aircraft. The name GOHFI was coined from God Has Favoured Isaac. In the last few weeks, the team has been… Read More
African Education Technology 

UMAT students develop alcohol detecting device to curb drink-driving

Two female Computer Science and Engineering students of the George Grant University of Mines and Technology in Tarkwa in the Western Region, Mercy Adonu Quaye, 22, and Irene Okai also 22, have developed an alcohol detection and engine locking system for cars which is aimed at curbing drink-driving. The pair, both third-year students of the university displayed their project at… Read More
African Technology 

Female University student develops cure for breast cancer

A female student of the African University of Science and Technology, Abuja, Sandra Musujusu, has developed an alternative treatment for breast cancer. The scientific breakthrough might lead to a lasting solution in the treatment of breast cancer prevalent among women world over. This was made known on Tuesday in Abuja when the World Bank Education Director, Dr Jaime Saavedra Chanduvi… Read More