December 22, 2015No Comments

Uburengerazuba: Babangamiwe n’ikibazo k’ibikoresho  na mudasobwa zitageze mu tugari twose

Bamwe mu banyamabanga nshingabikorwa b’utugari two mu turere twa Nyabihu, Ngororero na Rubavu bavuga ko babangamirwa n’ibura ry’ibikoresho ndetse na mudasobwa zitageze mu tugari twose. Umwe mu banyamabanga nshingwabikorwa muri kamwe mu tugari two mu murenge wa Gisenyi muri yagize ati “uretse wenda ibikoresho bike tubona byo mu biro,dufite n’ikibazo gikomeye cyo kuba bamwe nta […]

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January 24, 2014No Comments

Airtel enters broadband competition

Airtel Bharti-Rwanda has launched a new broadband internet device that will enables subscribers to use high-speed wireless connectivity. The device, dubbed ‘office in a box’, has an Internet router that connects about 33 computers, and four additional ports to connect more computers as well as an analog telephone The device will also small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs) […]

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August 22, 2013No Comments

Microsoft says Xbox One will never sell without Kinect

Microsoft has already backpedaled on the requirement that its next-generation Xbox One console require the Kinect motion controller to be plugged in at all times. However, that’s not deterring the company’s plans to keep the Kinect a mandatory addition to any future console bundles. “Xbox One is Kinect. They are not separate systems. An Xbox […]

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March 24, 2013No Comments

How long will Panasonic keep making plasma TVs?

Panasonic’s 2013 plasmas promise to be its best range yet, but the company is contemplating shutting the division down. That would be a tragedy for people who care about picture quality.   Panasonic confirmed this week that it’s in discussions over whether it will jettison its plasma TV business. For me, it’s deja vu as yet another […]

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December 10, 2012No Comments

IBM pushes silicon photonics with on-chip optics.

Big Blue researchers have figured out how to use standard manufacturing processes to make chips with built-in optical links that can transfer 25 gigabits of data per second. IBM has advanced the technology of silicon photonics, fabricating a microchip that has built-in components to send and receive data over optical links. Researchers have built optical […]

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