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Kawela Mule's picture

Big Brother is watching you! Part 2: ...and you are allowing it.

Facebook decided to join the ranks of chat applications by creating one like WhatsApp, BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) or WeChat called Facebook Messenger. However, this app comes with security costs that we (users) have allowed.
 
Joni Lindes's picture

Mobile Apps are #1

Sitting, glued to a computer screen has now become old-school. The modern Smartphone was launched to the market 7 years ago and today many users feel as if they cannot go a day without a smartphone.  Mobile media is taking off. According to a new study released by comScore , 7 out of every 8 minutes we spend on the internet are spent on various mobile apps on our phones. Forget the digital revolution, mobile technology is fast becoming the number one way to reach a diverse, global and large audience.

Kayla Lidstone's picture

Make up transformations go viral

 A hilarious new Internet craze has started up - one which i won’t be participating in - the #MakeUpTransformation meme craze.

As if entire populations didn’t revolve around celebrities enough, let’s join a fad where we attempt to create humour out of “transforming” into celebrities through the simple use of makeup.

Darsha Indrajith's picture

Mobile is the future

As mobile phones have become more ubiquitous and interactive, they have become a great tool for activism and development – especially in developing countries.
 
According to the UN, mobile penetration in Africa increased from 1% in 2012 to 54% in 2012 and some African countries have mobile penetration rates over 100%. Africa’s Internet users have grown seven times more quickly than the global average.
 
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