Intel and iHub have entered into a partnership agreement to foster and grow the developer community in Africa through targeted investments in mobile app development and to collaborate with select universities in Africa to enhance developers’ ability to create rich user experiences on Android devices based on Intel technology.
The partnership between Intel and the iHub, a business incubator, in Kenya to foster and grow the developer community in Africa through targeted investments in mobile app development. This will also include online developer resources, university training programs, device seeding programs and expansion of technology hubs. The iHub, headed by Manager Jimmy Gitonga, catal Read more »
We gave away a Lenovo last year in the Intel Ultrabook Challenge. Lenovo wants to do business in Kenya, and not only with personal business customers and end users, Lenovo wants to do business with government and private organizations alike in Kenya. It is for this reason that an Executive Director and GM of EMEA at Lenovo, Oliver Ebel, visited the country and met with these various stakeholders last week in Nairobi, Kenya.
According to IDC 2012 Quarter 4 numbers, Lenovo is the world’s number 2 PC manufacturer hence its advance into emerging markets like Kenya which many corporate entities see as the new frontier for growth in business across the world. and Yes, Lenovo does have its office Read more »
When you first come across this phone like in the unlikely case you pick one up from the street, you might not know where it’s from or who the manufacturer is. Reason being, it has only 2 brands on it. These 2 brands are Intel and Safaricom. This means you will at first be unsure who manufactured this device but if you’re keen enough to search for Intel, Safaricom smart-phone, you will probably stumble upon a CES 2013 Daily Tech article that tells you where it is from.
This is the first Intel smart-phone in the Kenyan market. Yes! Intel now has a smart-phone for Africa.
I’ve had a chance to play with this one for an entire week. By play, you must already know that I mean ‘stretch its limits to see just how much it can handle’. If you don’t know what I mean by play, you need to read my blog more.
The usual way to do this would be to pop a sim-card into its tray and use it as an everyday phone. Everyone does this though and I find it too mainstream so I decided to use a different approach by using a different set of tools. These tools are called Benchmarks.
Benchmark tools are ‘freely available’ on the Android Play Store for most devices on the slightly higher capabilities categories. You know those devices that can play a full HD video without breaking a sweat and can handle more than 10 concurrent processes from email to a Grand Theft Auto paused game. This is one of them. Read more »
After days and days (and 178 comments later) on this article, the jury if finally in on the winner of the prestigious Ultrabook worth a cool 100,000 Kenyan Bob.
So we took all the comments, tallied them and sought on a journey to find the best comment based on our criteria we posted on the article itself.
So, drum-roll please… *durum durum durum durum durum durum tsss…..*
The winner is this participant below: Read more »
Powered by the Visibly Smart Intel® Core™ processors, Ultrabook™ is a new category of ultra responsive, ultra sleek, and ultra stylish devices that are less than an inch thick and wake up in a flash. They’re an optimal blend of the performance and smart capabilities you expect—and the portability and style you want. Intel recently launched their current flagship product for the savvy, stylish and trendy mover-and-shaker who seeks to be with it every step of the way. They call it the Intel Ultrabook and what a beautiful piece of Architecture this is.
Now onto the best piece of Good News yet: We, here at Juuchini, are giving away one Lenovo Ideapad U300s Ultrabook worth $1200 (100,000 KES) to one lucky contestant; Courtesy of Intel. We have listed the cool features of the Ultrabook below. All you need to do is read and understand the Ultrabook’s features and pick one (1). Instructions await you at the end of the list of features below: Read more »
Think of a car.
Think of a phone.
Now picture the two together as one connected-and-integrated object.
This is the future. Well obviously.
Imagine a world where you jump into your car and immediately you do so, the car can read the weather, the traffic situation on your normal route (God Bless the New Thika Road), your mood and even other cars.
- Intel Capital creates a $100 million Intel Capital Connected Car Fund to accelerate technology innovation in the automotive industry.
- Intel Capital Connected Car Fund targeted at technologies that will deliver new in-vehicle infotainment solutions, seamless mobile connectivity, compelling applications and advanced driver assistance systems.
- By 2014, automobiles will be among the top three fastest-growing market segments for connected devices and Internet content.
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