While its East African Brothers are shutting down Social Media and pulling up regulations for Internet use in their countries, Kenya is working on enacting a new data protection law. Taxify and Uber introduces Lite plans …Let’s cruise.
Joe Mucheru, Kenya’s ICT Cabinet Secretary has revealed that the government is working on a draft data protection law that will be ready in two weeks. The laws will be created to safeguard personal data held cooperations, with a special emphasis on mobile lending apps.
Estonian based ride-hailing service, Taxify has introduced a new budget-friendly service in Nigeria called Taxify Lite . Taxify Lite was intended for users who were prepared to wait a bit for their rides, in exchange for lower fare prices.
In the same vein, US-riding hailing firm, Uber has also launched Uber Lite that targeted at emerging markets like Latin America and Africa where data is expensive and smartphone penetration is largely populated by low storage $100 Android smartphones.
Nigeria start up, MDAAS goes international…. a healthcare start-up in the country, Medical Devices as a Service (MDaaS), has been accepted into the Techstars 2018 Impact program which is a huge boost for the start-up.
Tecno releases Spark 2…. mobile technology multinational has continued to consolidate its position as the number one smartphone brand in African with the release of TECNO Spark 2.
The phone is the latest member of the premium section of the phone line and promises top-of-the-line user experience of the latest Android Go from Google
We drop our pens here for today. Have a fabulous and stress-free day.