Technology

Here’s how to use and clean your mask during the COVID-19 pandemic, the right way

Experts agree that you should be wearing a mask or cloth face covering to avoid potentially transmitting the COVID-19 disease. But once you have a mask, you have to focus on wearing it properly. Here, an expert explains how to stay protected while wearing a mask.

These are the new hot spots of innovation in the time of coronavirus

Entrepreneurs are innovating in new ways as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak. Potential examples include virus-resistant nanoparticles for health worker protective gear and home-schooling solutions, Adeo Ressi, CEO of global start-up accelerator The Founder Institute, tells CNBC Make It.

Billionaire Elon Musk calls this a ‘powerful, powerful way of thinking’—but is ‘hard to do.’ Here’s how it works

From building PayPal and SpaceX to running one of the world’s most disruptive automobile companies, Elon Musk has a number of impressive accomplishments under his belt. The billionaire entrepreneur revealed his “secret sauce” to achieving extraordinary things.

Op-Ed: How data can unlock the future of Africa

As our society becomes more technologically driven, a new resource has taken oil’s place as the world’s most important commodity, and this is how Africa can take advantage of it.

Fintech innovations offer alternative to credit traps

South Africans are desperate for innovative payment solutions that don’t involve credit traps. what is available for online shoppers and is there a way to avoid credit in all its disguises entirely?

Op-Ed: Why I dumped my smartphone

In search of the Human Me.

Why Twitter’s co-founder Jack Dorsey and other major tech figures are suddenly interested in Africa

“Africa similarly presents some fundamental leapfrog opportunities that have been unlocked through the use of mobile phones and other technology platforms,”, says Jim Breyer, an early Facebook investor.

Why this East African country is failing to integrate technology into secondary schools

The East African’s education ministry has proposed that information and communication technology (ICT) – such as computers, laptops, tablets and cameras – be used to help teach certain subjects and improve how students learn.

Here’s how the price of bandwidth can be cut in African countries

African countries are listed among those with the lowest internet speed yet with the most expensive communication and internet cost in the world.

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