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Software piracy takes a heavy toll on East African businesses

Small and Medium Businesses in East Africa are beginning to open their eyes to the risks of pirated software and the benefits of legally licensed software, yet the rates of software piracy in the region still remain high. That’s according to Billy Owino, Regional Director for Sage East Africa who says that software piracy undermines

World Science Festival, Con Edison Bring Scientific Exploration to Queens with Free, All-Ages City of Science

The World Science Festival and Con Edison will stop next in Queens, on Sunday, September 25, 10am-4pm. The event continues a new series of free daylong programs, one in each of the five boroughs, aimed at engaging New Yorkers of all ages in the exploration of science, technology, engineering, and math. With City of Science,

“zero 3” Smartphone Targets Kenyan Youth

Global mobile phone manufacturer, Infinix Mobility recently launched their latest smartphone, the Infinix Zero 3 smartphone, in the Kenyan market targeting the ballooning middle class tier of the Kenyan economy as well as the youth constituency. Speaking at the launch event of the smartphone at a Nairobi hotel today, Infinix Kenya Country Manager Carter Tang

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