Looking back at 2022 for technology, it’s clear that 2022 was a year of great growth and change. From the proliferation of 5G networks to the continued rise of artificial intelligence, we’ve seen some exciting trends and advancements in the tech world.
In addition to these larger trends, many new gadgets have hit the market, from foldable laptops to smartphones to fitness trackers. Let’s take a look back at some of the notable things we covered at Gadgets Africa.
Kenyans panicked earlier this year when the Telecommunications Bureau announced mandatory re-registration of SIM cards. This he was due to take place by April 15, 2022. Otherwise, the user will face disconnection. However, authorities have since extended his SIM card registration verification work for six months. Now every Kenyan, both diaspora and Kenyan, is required to re-register his SIM card using photo identification.
Badiri Africa’s first physical store
Badili Africa is serious about upgrading Kenya’s used gadget market. Badili lets you sell old phones at unbeatable prices, buy refurbished phones for almost half the price, or replace your existing phone with a better one. Launched earlier this year, customers can access all services from an easy-to-navigate website. Africa’s first recommerce platform has opened its first physical Badiri store on 22nd July 2022.
Samsung Galaxy Flip 4 review
Welcome to our video review of the Samsung Galaxy Flip 4! We’re happy to share our thoughts on this 2022 smartphone. In this review, we’ll take a closer look at the design, features, and performance of the Galaxy Flip 4 and give you a candid assessment of whether it’s worth the investment. to search for devices.
Safaricom 5G Launch
Safaricom became the first service provider in Kenya to announce a 5G trial last March. In October 2022, Safaricom announced the availability of his 5G Wi-Fi. This will allow customers to take advantage of ultra-fast internet at home and work, complementing the growing fiber network. Check the location and how to get there.
world cup qatar 2022 technology
The 2022 World Cup in Qatar saw extensive use of technology in many aspects of the tournament. From player tracking systems that provide real-time data on player performance to virtual reality experiences, technology has played a major role in improving the overall tournament experience. The tournament’s state-of-the-art stadiums and facilities were also a testament to the integration of technology in the world of football. Read about some of the technology used here.
ChatGPT rocks the internet
ChatGPT, a chatbot developed by artificial intelligence company OpenAI, has been making a lot of headlines lately. Conversational AI has been well received by users since its release, sparking debate about the current state and future potential of artificial intelligence. Many people are interested in the unique features that make ChatGPT stand out and the direction of AI development. There are a few things you should know.
Kenya Institute of Technology Vacations
Are you thinking of traveling to Kenya? Whether for business or leisure, we welcome you. “Karibusana”. Relax, ‘Hakuna Matata’. Let’s talk tech. Kenya Institute of Technology travel guide. A comprehensive list of things to know before going to Kenya.