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Tag Archives: Microsoft
By; Kiflu Hussain I might never have known about the existence of African Media Initiative (AMI), had I not received an invitation from this organization that sounds well intentioned. In 2011, I was pleasantly surprised by an email from … read more
I would like to dedicate this year’s Independence Day to the heroes of our country and all activists of social change in the world. It certainly did not happen as easily as we celebrate it each year. Many lives were … read more
WHO IS THE MAN? Bill Gates is a walking talking Bill Gates commercial. It matters not that he retired from Microsoft. The Bill Gates image is still very serious business. Arguably his most famous quote is “Be nice to nerds. … read more
Making a living and career out of poverty: The misfortune of charity for tyranny in the name of the poor, what is Bill Gate thinking?
by Teshome Debalke The truth hurts but, somebody must tell it No wonders many African countries in general and Ethiopia in particular is the center of gravity when it comes to charity. She became the symbol of a damping ground … read more
Bamako – Mali authorities have named Cheick Modibo Diarra, Microsoft Corp’s chair for Africa, as interim prime minister charged with helping to restore civilian rule to the West African country after last month’s coup. The appointment of Diarra, a former … read more
Microsoft founder Bill Gates has called on African countries to work harder to get life-saving vaccines to children, as their slugishness could derail efforts to save millions of lives and stamp out deadly diseases. The magnate, who these days spends … read more
As the doors officially open on the 44th Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, much of the buzz surrounds tablets and televisions. Given the incredible success of Apple’s iPad, it’s no surprise many of the big tech companies announced their … read more
Windows Phone 7: This Name Does Not Sing to Me Windows Phone 7: a name that provokes people everywhere to say “Meh.” It’s the successor to Windows Mobile 6.5 (an uninspiring name if there ever was one), and surely MS … read more
When Microsoft introduced its Windows Phone 7 operating system Monday, it couldn’t make its traditional sales pitch to consumers: We’re Microsoft, this product has “Windows” in its name, get on board now! Instead, it had to ask something different: Trust … read more