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Sophia & Rosie Performs " Thrift Shop"

Posted by Richard Bigega on April 30, 2013 at 10:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Leave a comment in the box below to show your love for those amazing kids

Click here for the biography of those two angels

 

Is the " The Touch Enabled Watch" the Next Era of Computing?

Posted by Tradewal on April 16, 2013 at 12:45 AM Comments comments (0)

Pic: Touch Enabled watch:

During its recent article, the Wall street Journal has announced that Microsoft is working with suppliers on designs for Touch-Enabled Watch Device. This is not a new headline in the computing industries; it's been the same rumous about the iwatch from apple and the bendable watch from sumsung( Read more at woshiop Tech)

Some investors and big technology companies are betting on a boom in wearable, computerized devices built around the growing power and slimming size of sensors that can detect body temperature, geographic location and voice commands of people on the go.

Let's watch the future!!!

- Richard, Contributer

Forget about Privacy: Facebook Home is going to kill it all

Posted by Tradewal on April 6, 2013 at 3:50 PM Comments comments (1)

Why is facebook Home going to kill what you used to call privacy:


Picture: Facebook Home

        Being a biggest fan of Mark Zuckberg, I was thrilled by knowing that facebook was going to go into the phones' business. This made tracking down this new gadgets from one of the biggest innovative companies of our era. Not surprisingly, the HTC phone has now a beautiful display( Facebook), and buy just opening the phone, you can access your photos, notifications, and many other Facebook's tools right away. But, one of the things which are now concerning HTC users, and future users of Facebook Home is user privacy. Does this means that privacy is dead? To find an answer I asked my tech experts mentors and friends.

  What is Facebook Home:

Facebook Home is a user interface layer for Android smartphones developed by the social networking service Facebook. Designed to be a drop-in replacement for the existing home screen ("launcher") on an Android device, the software provides a replacement home screen that allows users to easily view and post content on Facebook along with launching apps, a replacement lock screen that displays notifications from Facebook and other apps, and an overlay which allows users to chat via Facebook ChatHeads or text messaging from any app.

  What people are talking about its privacy:

       I first asked my friend Noad about what he thinks; Noad is a Vet Doctor, and he has always been passionate about technology and the development of the african continent.He directly told me that he doesn't like Facebook Home because it tracks down every single position of the user. He said it kills privacy. He said that he does want to see someone always following him using a phone. I also asked him what he could implement as a change if he was the Lead manager of the business. He told me that he would just promote it; "it's all about money,"he said. I also asked my cofounder Ronak what he thought was going to be an impact; "It can start to correlate all of your relationships, all of the places you shop, all of the restaurants you dine in and other such data. The data from accelerometer inside your phone could tell it if you are walking, running or driving" Ronak said.

     So what do you think about Facebook Home

Different positions ~~ Deloitte

Posted by Tradewal on March 29, 2013 at 12:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Location:

Kigali, Rwanda, Africa

Level:

Mid Career (2+ years of experience)

Education

Master.

Positions:

1

Salary:

Negotiable

Apply before:

12 Apr, 2013

About this job

Deloitte

Opportunities

Join our Team. Local Experts for Feed the Future agriculture value chain project in Rwanda.

Deloitte Consulting LLP is seeking candidates for an anticipated USAID funded Feed the Future program in Rwanda. The program will promote agriculture value chains through development of production and market linkages, both domestically and regionally. Deloitte is seeking experts in the following areas:

 

• Investment promotion

• Facilitating market linkages (national, regional, and/or international)

• Agriculture finance promotion

• Business enabling environment

• Market information system

• Geographic information system

• Agriculture value chains development

• Human and institutional capacity building

• Gender integration

• Monitoring and evaluation

 

Candidates must have an advanced degree; a minimum of 7 years of relevant experience; experience working on USAID-funded programs in Rwanda or East Africa; excellent management, communication, and interpersonal skills; and fluency in both English and French. East African nationals are preferred.

 

Interested candidates should send electronic CVs and a cover letter by April 12th, 2013.

 

Be sure to name the position for which you are applying in the subject of the email. All positions are contingent upon award and USAID approval. Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

Deloitte refers to one or more of Deloitte Touch Tohmatsu Limited, a UK private company limited by guarantee, and its network of member firms, each of which is a legally separate and independent entity. Please see www.deloitte.com/about for a detailed description of the structure of Deloitte Touch Tohmatsu Limited and its member firms.

Copyright 2013 Deloitte Consulting Limited.

 


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