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HONG KONG – Le 13 Mai 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- Lors de Google I/O 2022 qui s’est tenue du 11 au 12 mai, Google a officiellement lancé Android 13 Beta 2, le système d’exploitation de nouvelle génération. En tant que pionnier mondial de la technologie électronique, TECNO Mobile faisait partie des premiers fabricants de smartphones à rejoindre le programme Android 13 Beta. Son dernier produit, CAMON 19 Pro (5G), fonctionnera sous Android 13 Beta, offrant à la fois des performances supérieures et la confidentialité et la sécurité aux utilisateurs.

Android 13 beta pour TECNO CAMON 19 Pro

En attendant, TECNO déclare également vouloir mettre à jour Android 12 sur sa série CAMON 18, et continuer à se consacrer à faire de ses utilisateurs les premiers à adopter le dernier système et les percées technologiques de pointe grâce à l’expérience produit la plus récente.

Android 12 pour TECNO CAMON 18 Series

« Nous nous réjouissons que, grâce au partenariat à long terme avec Google, TECNO ait mis à disposition de nos utilisateurs le dernier système Android pour leur apporter des expériences d’utilisation exceptionnelles.TECNO CAMON 19 Pro (5G) équipé de Android 13 Beta va certainement permettre à nos utilisateurs d’être parmi les premiers à accéder aux nouvelles fonctionnalités et à leur apporter du plaisir. », a déclaré Stephen HA, vice-président de TRANSSION et directeur général de TECNO Mobile.
Dans un esprit de «ne reculer devant rien », TECNO vise à encourager les utilisateurs à découvrir des possibilités illimitées. Tout en proposant des produits intelligents qui allient technologie et art, TECNO souhaite leur créer un style de vie plus intelligent et plus élégant. Son très attendu CAMON 19 Pro (5G) est un smartphone très performant conçu pour les jeunes passionnés de mode, qui privilégie les capacités de TECNO en matière de photos de nuit.

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HONG KONG – Le 13 Mai 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- Lors de Google I/O 2022 qui s’est tenue du 11 au 12 mai, Google a officiellement lancé Android 13 Beta 2, le système d’exploitation de nouvelle génération. En tant que pionnier mondial de la technologie électronique, TECNO Mobile faisait partie des premiers fabricants de smartphones à rejoindre le programme Android 13 Beta. Son dernier produit, CAMON 19 Pro (5G), fonctionnera sous Android 13 Beta, offrant à la fois des performances supérieures et la confidentialité et la sécurité aux utilisateurs.

Android 13 beta pour TECNO CAMON 19 Pro

En attendant, TECNO déclare également vouloir mettre à jour Android 12 sur sa série CAMON 18, et continuer à se consacrer à faire de ses utilisateurs les premiers à adopter le dernier système et les percées technologiques de pointe grâce à l’expérience produit la plus récente.

Android 12 pour TECNO CAMON 18 Series

« Nous nous réjouissons que, grâce au partenariat à long terme avec Google, TECNO ait mis à disposition de nos utilisateurs le dernier système Android pour leur apporter des expériences d’utilisation exceptionnelles.TECNO CAMON 19 Pro (5G) équipé de Android 13 Beta va certainement permettre à nos utilisateurs d’être parmi les premiers à accéder aux nouvelles fonctionnalités et à leur apporter du plaisir. », a déclaré Stephen HA, vice-président de TRANSSION et directeur général de TECNO Mobile.
Dans un esprit de «ne reculer devant rien », TECNO vise à encourager les utilisateurs à découvrir des possibilités illimitées. Tout en proposant des produits intelligents qui allient technologie et art, TECNO souhaite leur créer un style de vie plus intelligent et plus élégant. Son très attendu CAMON 19 Pro (5G) est un smartphone très performant conçu pour les jeunes passionnés de mode, qui privilégie les capacités de TECNO en matière de photos de nuit.

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HONG KONG – Le 13 Mai 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- Lors de Google I/O 2022 qui s’est tenue du 11 au 12 mai, Google a officiellement lancé Android 13 Beta 2, le système d’exploitation de nouvelle génération. En tant que pionnier mondial de la technologie électronique, TECNO Mobile faisait partie des premiers fabricants de smartphones à rejoindre le programme Android 13 Beta. Son dernier produit, CAMON 19 Pro (5G), fonctionnera sous Android 13 Beta, offrant à la fois des performances supérieures et la confidentialité et la sécurité aux utilisateurs.

Android 13 beta pour TECNO CAMON 19 Pro

En attendant, TECNO déclare également vouloir mettre à jour Android 12 sur sa série CAMON 18, et continuer à se consacrer à faire de ses utilisateurs les premiers à adopter le dernier système et les percées technologiques de pointe grâce à l’expérience produit la plus récente.

Android 12 pour TECNO CAMON 18 Series

« Nous nous réjouissons que, grâce au partenariat à long terme avec Google, TECNO ait mis à disposition de nos utilisateurs le dernier système Android pour leur apporter des expériences d’utilisation exceptionnelles.TECNO CAMON 19 Pro (5G) équipé de Android 13 Beta va certainement permettre à nos utilisateurs d’être parmi les premiers à accéder aux nouvelles fonctionnalités et à leur apporter du plaisir. », a déclaré Stephen HA, vice-président de TRANSSION et directeur général de TECNO Mobile.
Dans un esprit de «ne reculer devant rien », TECNO vise à encourager les utilisateurs à découvrir des possibilités illimitées. Tout en proposant des produits intelligents qui allient technologie et art, TECNO souhaite leur créer un style de vie plus intelligent et plus élégant. Son très attendu CAMON 19 Pro (5G) est un smartphone très performant conçu pour les jeunes passionnés de mode, qui privilégie les capacités de TECNO en matière de photos de nuit.

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NAIROBI, Kenya, le 18 Mai, 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/-Introduction 

La Russie a lancé un assaut complet contre l’Ukraine, son voisin du sud-ouest, le 24 Février 2022, marquant une escalade significative dans le conflit russo-ukrainien en cours. 

Les deux pays sont de grands producteurs d’énergie et de produits industriels essentiels tels que le pétrole, le gaz, l’aluminium, le palladium et le nickel. Ils produisent également des produits alimentaires de base tels que le blé et le maïs. La guerre aura des répercussions sur les marchés mondiaux et la chaîne d’approvisionnement, en particulier en Afrique. La crise alimentaire imminente résultant de la guerre est le sujet du jour. Cependant, il y a d’autres secteurs à prendre en considération, notamment l’environnement bâti. 

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NAIROBI, Kenya, 17 May, 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/-Introduction Russia launched a full assault on Ukraine, its southwest neighbour, on February 24, 2022, marking a significant escalation in the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian conflict. Both countries are major producers of crucial energy and industrial commodities such as oil, gas, aluminium, palladium, and nickel. They also produce food-related commodities such as wheat and corn; the war will have a consequent ripple effect on the global markets and supply chain, especially in Africa. The imminent food crisis resulting from the war is the topic du jour. However, there are other sectors to consider; one of them is the Built Environment. 
Urbanisation and the state of the Built Environment in Africa
According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Africa is one of the world’s least urbanised regions; however, urbanisation is expected to grow exponentially in the coming years. The OECD also predicts that Africa’s population will double between now and 2050, with urban areas absorbing two-thirds of this increase. 

The rapid urbanisation in Africa, if well managed, can be the essential motor of economic development, rapidly lifting societies out of mass poverty. Rapid urbanisation, however, should be kept in perspective. Africa faces serious infrastructure gaps, and the inadequate and poor state of existing infrastructure continues to hinder economic growth in the region. 

Within the Built Environment, over 55% of the population on the continent lives in slums. The African Development Bank estimates that the continent’s infrastructure financing needs will be as much as $170 billion a year by 2025, with an estimated gap of around $100 billion a year. 

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NAIROBI, Kenya, 17 May, 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/-Introduction Russia launched a full assault on Ukraine, its southwest neighbour, on February 24, 2022, marking a significant escalation in the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian conflict. Both countries are major producers of crucial energy and industrial commodities such as oil, gas, aluminium, palladium, and nickel. They also produce food-related commodities such as wheat and corn; the war will have a consequent ripple effect on the global markets and supply chain, especially in Africa. The imminent food crisis resulting from the war is the topic du jour. However, there are other sectors to consider; one of them is the Built Environment. 
Urbanisation and the state of the Built Environment in Africa
According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Africa is one of the world’s least urbanised regions; however, urbanisation is expected to grow exponentially in the coming years. The OECD also predicts that Africa’s population will double between now and 2050, with urban areas absorbing two-thirds of this increase. 

The rapid urbanisation in Africa, if well managed, can be the essential motor of economic development, rapidly lifting societies out of mass poverty. Rapid urbanisation, however, should be kept in perspective. Africa faces serious infrastructure gaps, and the inadequate and poor state of existing infrastructure continues to hinder economic growth in the region. 

Within the Built Environment, over 55% of the population on the continent lives in slums. The African Development Bank estimates that the continent’s infrastructure financing needs will be as much as $170 billion a year by 2025, with an estimated gap of around $100 billion a year. 

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JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, 17th May 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- The 2021 edition of SAP Africa Code Week (ACW) saw more than 1.8m young people between the ages of 8 – 16 equipped with 21st century learning and coding skills via 41,000 workshops held across the continent. Since 2020, there has been a 23% increase in youths trained, bringing the total number of youngsters and teachers empowered to a staggering 10 million. 

Cracking the gender inequality code 
From the time of ACW’s launch in 2015, SAP, UNESCO and key global partners such as the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) and Irish Aid, have been on a mission to introduce coding to youth and teachers, one community at a time. But with only 28% of women pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) careers, Africa is well below the global average . Year on year, ACW ambitiously aims to increase the participation of women and girls in this field. During the 2021 edition, more than 48% of the participants were girls, while a further 7,848 were young people with special needs. Olajide Ademola Ajayi, ACW Global Coordinator at SAP, says, “In today’s turbulent post-pandemic digital boom, we need to ensure that no one gets left behind.” 
Adding to this, Dr Tawfik Jelassi, Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information at UNESCO, says, “Noting the extent to which digital skills are increasingly needed to understand and participate in today’s knowledge societies, it is particularly important that we address the gender disparity in STEM careers, especially as these are often described as the jobs of the future, driving innovation, social wellbeing, inclusive growth and sustainable development.”

To further inspire and prepare girls for tomorrow’s workplace, ACW recently hosted the fourth annual Women Empowerment Program (WEP), a unique Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program that equips African female educators with the competencies and knowledge they need to successfully teach. The aim of the Program is to close the digital gender gap and help ensure that everyone plays a role in shaping Africa’s future in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. 

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  • As one of the crypto-inspired initiatives of its partnership with Oracle Red Bull Racing, Bybit created the #BybitLevelUpChallenges, a series of videos featuring Oracle Red Bull Racing F1 drivers Max Verstappen and Sergio ‘Checo’ Pérez about digital assets and technology in racing. 
  • In the latest episode, Max and Checo opened the crypto-racing dictionary and took up Bybit’s “Crypto Slang Challenge”, an original way to learn the meaning of crypto trading terms such as “HODL”, “Gas Fees”, “Bear Market”, “Fiat on-ramp” or their favorite, “When Lambo”

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, 12 May 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- Bybit, one of the world’s fastest growing cryptocurrency exchanges, premiered the “Crypto Slang Challenge”, the second episode of its crypto-inspired series #BybitLevelUpChallenges. Conceptualized as a beginner’s guide to pave the way forward for the crypto curious in ways that are immediately relevant to race fans, the new episode features Oracle Red Bull Racing drivers Max Verstappen (2021 Formula 1 Drivers’ World Champion) and Sergio ‘Checo’ Pérez on a crash course challenge to decipher the latest and most common crypto trading terms and slang in both the crypto and racing world. It turns out that both industries have a lot in common. 

The Crypto-Racing Dictionary, created by Bybit to help F1 fans and crypto enthusiasts alike understand relevant terms that are applicable in both the crypto and racing world 

Hosted exclusively on Bybit Race Insider and Bybit’s official social channels (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn), fans will be able to check out the drivers’ performance in learning the meaning of crypto trading terms such as “HODL”, “Gas Fees”, “Bear Market”, “Fiat on-ramp” or their favorite, “When Lambo”.
 F1 drivers are extremely competitive and confident by nature and both Max and Checo showed it on the Crypto Slang Challenge, as they tried to guess the meaning of terms and acronyms related to cryptocurrency trading, while also establishing similarities using those terms in the racing world. The result: Oracle Red Bull Racing drivers are now far more knowledgeable on crypto references. 

Snippets from the episode where Max and Checo both tried deciphering crypto slang and references 

In a race to become Bybit Insiders themselves, Oracle Red Bull Racing drivers took on the challenge to guess and appreciate the meaning of expressions such as “gas fees” (blockchain transaction fees), “position” (a trade) or “fiat on-ramp” (a reference for one-stop conversion of fiat money into cryptocurrency). Crypto enthusiasts and F1 fans alike are in for a good laugh, as Max and Checo tried their hands (and luck) at guessing the meaning of acronyms such as ATH (all-time high) and FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt).

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  • As one of the crypto-inspired initiatives of its partnership with Oracle Red Bull Racing, Bybit created the #BybitLevelUpChallenges, a series of videos featuring Oracle Red Bull Racing F1 drivers Max Verstappen and Sergio ‘Checo’ Pérez about digital assets and technology in racing. 
  • In the latest episode, Max and Checo opened the crypto-racing dictionary and took up Bybit’s “Crypto Slang Challenge”, an original way to learn the meaning of crypto trading terms such as “HODL”, “Gas Fees”, “Bear Market”, “Fiat on-ramp” or their favorite, “When Lambo”

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, 12 May 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- Bybit, one of the world’s fastest growing cryptocurrency exchanges, premiered the “Crypto Slang Challenge”, the second episode of its crypto-inspired series #BybitLevelUpChallenges. Conceptualized as a beginner’s guide to pave the way forward for the crypto curious in ways that are immediately relevant to race fans, the new episode features Oracle Red Bull Racing drivers Max Verstappen (2021 Formula 1 Drivers’ World Champion) and Sergio ‘Checo’ Pérez on a crash course challenge to decipher the latest and most common crypto trading terms and slang in both the crypto and racing world. It turns out that both industries have a lot in common. 

The Crypto-Racing Dictionary, created by Bybit to help F1 fans and crypto enthusiasts alike understand relevant terms that are applicable in both the crypto and racing world 

Hosted exclusively on Bybit Race Insider and Bybit’s official social channels (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn), fans will be able to check out the drivers’ performance in learning the meaning of crypto trading terms such as “HODL”, “Gas Fees”, “Bear Market”, “Fiat on-ramp” or their favorite, “When Lambo”.
 F1 drivers are extremely competitive and confident by nature and both Max and Checo showed it on the Crypto Slang Challenge, as they tried to guess the meaning of terms and acronyms related to cryptocurrency trading, while also establishing similarities using those terms in the racing world. The result: Oracle Red Bull Racing drivers are now far more knowledgeable on crypto references. 

Snippets from the episode where Max and Checo both tried deciphering crypto slang and references 

In a race to become Bybit Insiders themselves, Oracle Red Bull Racing drivers took on the challenge to guess and appreciate the meaning of expressions such as “gas fees” (blockchain transaction fees), “position” (a trade) or “fiat on-ramp” (a reference for one-stop conversion of fiat money into cryptocurrency). Crypto enthusiasts and F1 fans alike are in for a good laugh, as Max and Checo tried their hands (and luck) at guessing the meaning of acronyms such as ATH (all-time high) and FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt).

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