Infinix Mobility announced its new high end Smartphone – the Infinix zero 3 ,as well as the affordable Infinix Note 2 back in Late 2015.Now the company has announced a successor to the Infinix Hot 2 –named the Infinix Hot 3. The Infinix Hot 3 earlier in February was teased with The Play Hot tag line .
We earlier hinted that the Infinix Hot 3 could be a Smartphone for Selfie lover and could come with a front facing Flash,but the listing seems not to have confirmed that.
The Infinix Hot 3 is available for sale on the Jumia Ghana for GH¢ 333. The listing also offers some images of the phone along with the specifications. As per previous reports, the Infinix Hot 3 is a [...]
One of the best online marketplace in Ghana, Tisu.com.gh, has introduced its new mobile app.
Ringier Ghana, the operators of the online discount shop, have been leaders in the Ghanaian e commerce scene in the last 4 years, and this new innovation is set to introduce a new hallmark. Shoppers will be able to enjoy the seamless experience they have on the Tisu Ghana website on the go with the release of the new mobile app.
Speaking on the new mobile app, Albert Boateng, Product Manager – Tisu Ghana, said, “Tisu places great importance on our Customer Experience. Not only do we want to sell Ghanaians top quality products, it is also our goal to offer the best service [...]
Android 6.0 Marshmallow is such a mishmash of features that I spent a long time trying to suss out the unifying principle behind it all. Turns out, the answer was literally right in front of my face the entire time I was looking at my phone: that new, colorful Google logo.
It’s divisive, like any bold rebranding. It gets rid of the childish lettering in favor of a more restrained font — but still has an aura of playfulness in the coloring. It’s a sign that Google’s growing up; it’s more refined and able to put on a suit if need be — but it’s still probably going to wear some kind of novelty joke tie.
Google’s new logo and microphone [...]
Artificial hearts only kinda-sorta behave like the real thing. They pump blood, sure, but they’re typically solid blocks of machinery that are out of place in a squishy human body. Cornell University thinks it can do better, though: its scientists have developed an artificial foam heart that imitates both the functions and shape of its fleshy counterpart. The key is a new polymer that can be poured into specific shapes, and has pores that let it pump fluids. It’s not only soft and stretchable, but more efficient — you don’t need much energy to get liquids moving.
If the discovery leads to real products, the most obvious use is in smarter, safer [...]