Are Microsoft’s Low(er) Cost Lumia Windows Phone Smartphones Too Little Too Late For Kenya & Africa?
Its been over year since Microsoft acquired Nokia’s mobile devices and software services for a whopping US$ 7.2 Billion back in late 2013. Since then, Microsoft’s mobile devices business has slowly but surely been taking shape and the last new smartphones bearing the Nokia name rolled off the production line
This is a presentation I gave earlier this week at the 2014 edition of the East Africa Com Conference in Nairobi, Kenya. It give some interesting insights on how to effectively and efficiently leverage mobile (web) marketing to reach the masses in Africa and more specifically in Kenya. I hope
Flappy Bird is now the stuff of mobile app legend almost three weeks since it was unceremoniously yanked from all mobile app stores globally for no other reason than its creator believing he created a monster that he had to kill. It has become the unlikely hero of independent (indie)