Safaricom network has resumed in Hulugho Sub County of Garissa, five months after Al Shabaab militants brought down the firm's telecommunication mast in the area bordering Somalia.
Pre-orders for Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's flagship Galaxy S8 smartphone have exceeded those of its predecessor S7, the firm's mobile chief said on Thursday, suggesting many consumers are unfazed by last year's Galaxy Note 7 fires.
Private schools have unveiled an online information and marketing platform dubbed Somanet that links parents, students and pupils to a system where they can easily locate and make applications to the schools of their choice.
Convenience is an asset when it comes to making your business stand out in today’s competitive environment.
When the Treasury came up with the idea of borrowing money from ordinary Kenyans, it had three goals.
A website which allowed Britons to register to vote in last year's European Union referendum might have been targeted by foreign hackers causing it to crash before the deadline, a committee of British lawmakers said on Wednesday.
M-pesa agent operators in Nakuru town are operating their shops in fear after robbers turn on their businesses.
ODM has rubbished governments launched website detailing development in key sectors of the economy as 'cheap propaganda'.
The Rockefeller Foundation Africa on Tuesday extended a Sh100 million grant in aid of the Ajira Digital Programme of the Ministry of Information, Communication and Technology (MoICT).
Veronicah Rachiedo, 35, is an artisan who makes jewelry solely from cow horn, bones and brass. Her work is then sold to the international market through an e-commerce platform called Shop Soko.
When tea prices tumbled in 2014, proponents of e-auction in Mombasa rooted for electronic trading of the commodity, which had earlier been voted down by stakeholders.
Banks have become the leading target of cybercrime as people increasingly adopt the use of financial technology.
President Uhuru Kenyatta will today (Monday) launch a public information portal to allow Kenyans trace projects so far undertaken by the Jubilee administration.
Motorists will by May have a new generation driving licence the size of an ATM card.