Five Things You Need To Know About Tech Today
Every day, interesting things happen in the technology industry, and some of these things are totally worth knowing about. Here are five things you need to know about tech today: AIs will give countries power Artificial Intelligence (AI) is basically giving machines the ability to seem like they have human intelligence. Vladimir Putin, current President…
New chief challenged to steady the wheel at Uber
Uber appeared on Monday to have found a new hand to steady the wheel at the smartphone-summoned ride service, which has skidded from one controversy to another.
Uber, Visa partnership bouys digital commerce
The partnership leverages both technology platforms to encourage the use of electronic payments among consumers across the continent.
Uber launches Greenlight Hub to address driver-partner hurdles
Uber, on Wednesday in Lagos launched a new support centre, Greenlight Hub, to address challenges encountered by its driver-partners.
Uber improves security in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya
As part of measures to improve its security outlook, Uber, has introduced Real-Time ID to Nigeria, Ghana, and Kenya operations.Earlier this year, the intelligent new safety feature was introduced to driver-partners in South Africa, and based on its success, has been introduced to other markets in Africa.
Rise of female entrepreneurs in Nigeria: The Uber example
According to a World-Bank report, the rate of female entrepreneurship in Africa is higher than any other region in the world.
Uber unveils security measures in West Africa
Uber has updated its community guidelines in West Africa to provide guidance on how drivers and riders should behave and treat each other during a trip.
Uber sees technology solving Lagos traffic gridlock
According to the General Manager, Sub Saharan Africa of ride hailing app, Uber, Alon Lits, who gave this advice, technology, remains the easiest way to decongest the Lagos traffic congestion and make the city smart.
Waymo teams with Avis to keep self-driving cars going
US car rental giant Avis Budget on Monday announced it will team up with Waymo on the self-driving cars being tested on Arizona roads.