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October 15 2014

From techbaron Wed Oct 15 2014, 04:54:19

There is no perfection in the world of technology. Heck, there's no perfection in life. Thus, one is constrained to mastering the delicate balance between convenience and security. Dropbox is a very convenient file hosting/sharing/back-up service that is used by millions worldwide. Dropbox has been in the news lately, with allegations that user login details [...]

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September 15 2014

From techbaron Mon Sep 15 2014, 10:06:46

15/09/2014, London, Nairobi - Venture capital firm TLcom Capital (TLcom) today announced the sale of virtual identity solutions provider for mobile operators Movirtu to global mobile communications leader Blackberry, in TLcom's second profitable... Read more

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June 18 2014

From techbaron Wed Jun 18 2014, 03:37:14

PayPal has extended its online payment system to Nigeria, Belarus, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Monaco, Cameroon, Cote d'Ivoire,  Zimbabwe, and Paraguay for the first time. Before now, these countries were completely blocked from the party.... Read more

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April 3 2014

From techbaron Thu Apr 3 2014, 01:04:26

Amazon.com is on Fire, literally and figuratively. The trend has been to consume TV shows, blockbuster movies and music - over the internet - where access to decent broadband and a HDTV is not a problem. After all, who wants to rely on the... Read more

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