LG TwinWash has gained popularity in the Smart Homes industry. LG TwinWash another piece of an intelligent appliance from LG, which was launched in Kenya in April last year. Among the spectacular features in the TwinWash is LG ThinQ AI and the ability to simultaneously wash two separate loads of laundry. The ThinQ AI makes […] The post How LG TwinWash supports Kenya’s vision of smart city solutions appeared first on TechTrendsKE.
One of our favorite days of the year has come as the Hockey Hall of Fame has announced their Class of 2019 but we have to say that this is one of the strangest Hall of Fame classes ever. This is a six-person class consisting of the greatest female player of all-time, two former NHL players who were not considered to be the best of the group, a former Czech player that most people never heard, an executive and a U.S. College Coach. The members of the Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2019 are: Hayley Wickenheiser: Wickenheiser is this year’s headliner and without question is the greatest women’s player ever. Entering in her first year of eligibility, the Canadian superstar represented her country five times in the Olympics where she would win four Gold Medals and one Silver. In the World Hockey Championships, she would take Canada to seven Gold Medals. She was so good that she played semi-pro in Switzerland, making her the first woman wo play hockey on any pro level. There is no other woman more deserving of this accolade. Guy Carbonneau: Carbonneau was the team captain of the Montreal Canadiens when they won the Stanley Cup in 1993. He had previously won the Cup with the Habs in 1986 and would again win it with the Dallas Stars in 1999. Carbonneau never had a season where he scored 60 Points but his strength was his two-way play as he was the winner of the Frank J. Selke for the best defensive forward three times. Sergei Zubov: A teammate of Carbonneau on their 1999 Stanley Cup winning team, Zubov was also a champion with the New York Rangers in 1994. A four-time NHL All-Star, Zubov was named to NHL Second Team All-Star in 2006 and the Defenseman would score 771 Points over his career. Internationally, he was part of the Unified Team (former Soviet Union) in 1992 where he won an Olympic Gold Medal. Vaclav Nedomansky: From Czechoslovakia, Vacl
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Tanzania coach Emmanuel Amuneke believes his side’s inexperience cost them against Senegal in Sunday’s Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) game.Goals from Inter Milan’s Keita Balde and Club Brugge’s Krepin Diatta condemned the Taifa Stars to a 2-0 loss in their opening Group C match.The North Africans are only returning to the continental showpiece after 39 years and the Nigerian tactician believes his side’s nerves affected their performance.“In this kind of tournament, experience matters a lot. Some of our players were nervous. We made a lot of mistakes, especially in the first half. The Senegal players dominated the midfield,” Amuneke told the media“In football, you need a strong midfield to link up with the strikers to make the job much easier.“Senegal are experienced having played at the World Cup as well. The majority of our players play in the Tanzania league but I know and believe that we can get better always.”Tanzania will be expected to go all out against Kenya in their next group game to avoid an early exit from the tournament.
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Kenya’s largest telco company Safaricom been filed with a Ksh 115 trillion lawsuit for mishandling customer’s data. According to a case file which was presented last week by a subscriber, Safaricom has been accused of exposing sports betting history and biodata of its 11.5million subscribers that is allegedly against data privacy rules. The case filed […] The post Safaricom sued for an alleged data breach of 11.5million customers appeared first on TechTrendsKE.
Super Eagles players shunned Tuesday’s press conference ahead of their next Group B clash against the Syli Nationale of Guinea billed for the Alexandria Stadium on Wednesday as they were locked in a meeting to deliberate on the non – payment of their bonuses and allowances, Completesports.com reports.Vice-captain of the team, Ahmed Musa was expected to attend Tuesday’s pre-match conference along with the team’s gaffer, Gernot Rohr, but but stayed back at the hotel with the rest of his teammates to discuss the issue.Completesports.com scooped that the players who have kept silent on the issue since they started preparations for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt are now ready to take the matter up with the Nigeria Football Federation.It would be recalled that the Flying Eagles also protested over the non payment of their bonuses refusing to leave their their hotel following their elimination at the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Poland.The Super Falcons also staged a similar protest after they were knocked out of the ongoing 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France against Germany on Saturday.Gernot Rohr’s men will take on Guinea on Wednesday at the Alexandria Stadium
Safaricom has today unveiled its new plans for tackling fraud activities on its platforms. Kenya’s largest telco reported that through the implementation of their antifraud tools they have been able to cut fraudulent activities on their platforms by 75%. “Through the years, we have developed in-house capabilities that have helped us cut down on attempted […] The post Safaricom ups the game against fraud appeared first on TechTrendsKE.
ASuper Falcons player has reacted to the Nigeria Football Federation’s statement on Sunday that it did not owe the women’s national team players, saying the NFF was being economical with the truth.The players had staged a protest in Grenoble after their 3-0 Round of 16 defeat to Germany at the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France on Saturday, asking to be paid arrears of owed allowances and bonuses.The players had confirmed that they were paid by the federation but insisted that there were irregularities in terms of the amountThe football federation, in a statement, released a detailed list of payments it had made to the women’s national team but a prominent member of the squad, who spoke on condition of anonymity, stated that the money they got was not the amount agreed with the federation.The NFF said it paid each player N500,000 each for home games against Senegal and Gambia in 2016 and 2018 respectively but our source said that was not the initial payment promised the players“In the first place, players weren’t supposed to be paid N500,000, they were supposed to be paid $3000 only for them to come up saying home bonuses will…