On Thursday, 14th November , we will be hosting Machel Waikenda at the iHub for a fireside chat. Kenya’s population is primarily youth (over 78% under 34 in 2010), and this can be a source of competitive advantage for Kenya. Join us at #AskWaikenda at the iHub next Thursday as he engages the tech community […]
We will be hosting “the tweeting chief” Chief Kariuki from Lanet Umoja at this month’s Fireside Chat on the evening of 28th February, 2013. If you’re a Kenyan on Twitter, you’ve almost certainly come across Chief Kariuki’s tweets, which run the gamut of community policing – “from tracking down missing sheep to stopping crime.” While a […]
“The number of transistors incorporated in a chip will approximately double every 24 months” – Gordon Moore, Intel co-Founder. Gordon Moore’s famous 1965 observation has stood the test of an ever-changing technology industry to hold true, 47 years later. Year after year, Intel® microprocessors have gotten faster, more efficient, more powerful, and yet more […]
Despite short notice, over a hundred members of the iHub community turned out to hear the Vice President of Location and Local Services at Google, Marissa Mayer’s fireside talk at iHub on Thursday, June 30, 2011. In a company that today employs over 26,000 employees, Mayer was one of Google’s first 20 employees and the […]
John is the CEO at Virtual City a Mobility Solutions Company specializing in Supply Chain Automation, Knowledge Management and Interactive Solutions. He has over 10 years of experience in the technology industry launching VirtualSat and Virtual Mobile. VirtualSat is an Internet Service Provider and IP Solutions Systems Integration Company and Virtual Mobile is a Mobile […]
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