As more innovations continue to come from Makerere University’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, there is need for students to produce high quality innovations. According to Prof. William Kyamuhangire, the manager, Food Technology Business Incubation Center (FTBIC) students must ensure consistency and quality if what they produce is going to be marketed in Uganda as well as be exported to foreign markets.
The editor of the online media division of the East African Community, Mr. Edward Ssekalo, has advised students to use social media to foster academic excellence.
In an email interview recently, Mr. Ssekalo said that social media could help overcome physical barriers among students if used well.
Security researchers have revealed a $1400 technology which can be used to exploit the security flaw in 4G enabled smart phones to locate precise location of the apps users by simply messaging them.
According to researchers from Aalto University, the University of Helsinki, Technische Universitat Berlin and Telekom Innovation Laboratories, a hacker can use the apps to discover the supposedly anonymised identifiers that are assigned to devices when they connect to a network, and use them to locate their owners.