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Smartphone Games Accounted for Nearly Half Of Global Gaming Market In...

Revenue from Browser PC Games is expected to have the largest contraction in 2021 at -18% YoY, with projected earnings to be less than $3B this year. Console Games are also expected to dip in 2021 after having a big year in 2020 with the release of the next generation consoles of both Playstation and Xbox.

5 Tips to Create the Perfect Work-from-Home Environment for Your Employees

Businesses should contemplate putting together a remote office budget, which accounts for potential roadblocks like connectivity (since many Kenyans still lack access to high-speed internet) and ergonomic equipment such as appropriate office chairs and other essentials. Once the fundamentals are in place, employees also require the right digital tools to be productive remotely. This can include collaboration suites, e-learning software, project management tools, VPN connections, and other resources.

IBM Unveils World’s First 2 Nanometer Chip Technology

This latest breakthrough builds on decades of IBM leadership in semiconductor innovation. The company’s semiconductor development efforts are based at its research lab located at the Albany Nanotech Complex in Albany, NY, where IBM scientists work in close collaboration with public and private sector partners to push the boundaries of logic scaling and semiconductor capabilities.

Business & Covid-19: KEBS Approves Standards to Strengthen Resilience and Continuity

“These standards will help organisations recognise the opportunities and threats that arise from both sudden or gradual internal as well as external changes and react to them as has been the case with COVID-19 pandemic,” says Lt Col (Rtd.) Bernard Njiraini, Managing Director, KEBS.

Shelter Afrique Lands $1.5 Billion Deal to Build South Sudan Housing...

“The housing crisis in South Sudan is dire. In fact, we are starting from the scratch - the reason this memorandum of understanding we’ve signed with Shelter Afrique is very important for us and is proof that provision of affordable housing is central to the agenda of the government of the South Sudan, not just for the Forces but for the entire population,” said Amb. Kuol.

Safaricom Foundation Renovates Maternal Units at KNH Othaya Branch

The renovated units which were officially opened by Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe will see the capacity at the Newborn unit increase from 10 to 20 infants and the introduction of a 4-bed maternal high dependency unit (HDU).

Six Online Services to Make Your Life Easier

We’re living in the golden age of technology and almost anything can be found online -- from doctors to schooling, logistics to cleaning. But not everyone is aware of exactly what’s available so we’ve put together this handy list of six services you may not have known you can find online in Kenya.

CMA Approves Crown Paints Kenya Plc Rights Issue

Mr. Shamiah added that the Authority had reviewed the application for exemptions from complying with Regulation 4 of the Capital Markets (Take Over and Mergers) Regulations, 2002 in relation to the intention of the company’s major shareholders, who have undertaken to take up their full rights entitlements. They are also willing to take more than their initial entitlements subject to availability during the rights issue.

OPPO Kenya Introduces 2 New A Series Devices – OPPO A74...

Three cameras are laid out in a simple, yet premium matrix layout often found on high-end phones. The lens uses a superposition process through etching and screen printing, while the decorative color uses metal oxide colors that harmoniously blend into the overall colors of the phone. The Rear Cameras itself feature a 13MP Main Camera, 2MP Macro Camera for close range shots, and 2MP Bokeh for brilliant bokeh shots that blur the background and highlight the subject of the photo.

Timothy Otieno: Young Award-Winner’s Rise a Story of Commitment

The 28-year-old has become a recognizable on-screen presence, cutting a niche himself with his Area Code series which profiled different neighborhoods before venturing into hard-hitting special reports on topics including street families, accessibility for PWDs and the tribulations of Kenya's elderly.