Nigeria’s government is suspending Twitter indefinitely after the social media giant removed one of President Buhari’s tweets and limited his account’s functionality. A statement by Nigeria’s Information Minister, Lai Mohammed said that Twitter was undermining Nigeria, however, any example to prove that was not offered. The tweet that set this all off was sent out […]
Multi-Device support is coming
YouTube has been a revelation for the liberalisation of content creation the world over. In Zimbabwe, it took power out of the hands of the monopoly that is the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) and handed it down to anyone who has a camera and data. So I thought it would be interesting to look at […]
Yet another deadline.
This week was hell if you were an iTel owner…
Stop the wolves at the door.
Its cheap to use but it is very confusing and cluttered…
The reviews are in…
Beyond the doom and gloom.
Let the season begin!
LinkedIn better watch out
You can still use it but WhatsApp is going to throw you back to 2009 in terms of functionality.
A possible future.
social media is more powerful than ever.
Mark Zuckerberg is on Signal?
Moderation over a number of cultures and countries is a tricky business.
It would have been nice to be able to switch between WhatsApp to Telegram without having to worry about data when the former had an outage
What to do when an elected official breaks Twitter’s terms of service… well the company is looking for your input to help decide this.
It’s smaller than I expected
Twitter has suspended prominent political commentator Matigari’s account. What the cause of the suspension is unknown, however, Twitter usually suspends user accounts that have violated the following in its terms of service: Safety rule – these include violence, terrorism, abuse, sensitive media, and illegal goods or services, and harmful content Privacy – private information and […]
Since we are now more locked on our devices more than ever, Facebook has published 10 tips to help parents manage their children’s safety online.
The Uganda Communication Commission (UCC) has ordered the shut down of all social media operations in the country.
WhatsApp broke an all-time record for the number of video and voice on New Year’s Eve. The surge was the same across Facebook’s other apps.