One-year-old Ghanaian boy recognized as youngest male artist by Guinness World Records

One-year-old Ace Liam has been awarded the record for youngest male artist by the Guinness World Records. The Ghanaian child attempted the remarkable feat in Accra between January 18 and January 20, 2024. His mother,…

By Preta Peace Namasaba May 15, 2024

How Felix Brandon Lloyd built an ed-tech platform used in over 15,000 public libraries and schools

Felix Brandon Lloyd knew he had to do something when he could not find an appropriate story about having a younger sibling to read to his son. He collaborated with his wife Jordan Lloyd Bookey…

By Preta Peace Namasaba May 9, 2024

Here are nine companies founded by serial entrepreneur Clarence Wooten

Clarence Wooten holds a distinguished place in American tech entrepreneurship. As the entrepreneur-in-residence at X, Alphabet’s cutting-edge moonshot factory, he leads teams at the forefront of developing revolutionary technologies to tackle global challenges. Joining X…

By Nii Ntreh May 6, 2024

Cybersecurity seems like a complex phenomenon but this is why you must care about it

For at least the last 30 years of technological progress, cybersecurity has occupied the central place of the ever-evolving landscape of digital protection. From its humble beginnings as a response to early computer viruses to…

By Nii Ntreh May 1, 2024

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At only 15, Elizabeth Nyamwange began working on a project that has the potential to impact the lives of some one billion people. She invented Etana, an affordable, solar-powered fingerprint scanning device that enables users…

By Preta Peace Namasaba April 12, 2024

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By Preta Peace Namasaba April 10, 2024

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By Preta Peace Namasaba April 5, 2024
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