Microsoft discontinues XBOX 360

Xbox-is-discontinuedXBox 360, the flagship game console of Microsoft, will no longer be manufactured by the company. The retirement of the popular game will allow the company to focus on other developments. XBox 360 was launched 10 years ago amidst fanfare because it was then the first ever such product from the software giant.

Though specific reasons have not been given for the cessation, it is believed that the firm would like to concentrate on its core business of office applications. It is speculated that the proliferation of games on hand held devices like mobile phones and tablets may have led to low sales with the XBox, hence the retirement.

Stores world wide will continue to sell existing stocks till they run out and Microsoft will support existing users.

FBI iPhone crack ruffles Apple’s SE release

The FBI has cracked an Apple iPhone in pursuit of solving a crime. Apple protested the reverse engineering efforts of the FBI but lost the case.  The  manipulation hurts Apple in no small way because it would adversely affect the Company’s reputation as a secure device manufacturer.

The action by the Government ruffles Apple’s celebration of the iPhone SE release which touts exceptional security. With this development, Apple will now first have to identity which vulnerability in their software allowed the crack, and secondly appease its customers who have always deemed the iPhone as beyond compromise.

CEO of ExplainerDC Ghana attends YOW Australia 2015

YOWThe CEO of ExplainerDC Ghana, Enyo Kumahor, is attending YOW! Australia 2015 underway in  three cities – Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney. YOW! is a global gathering of notable tech speakers including world-renowned Developers with 10+ years, inventors of globally-acclaimed products like Smalltalk and key figures from high profile Software companies like Uber, Facebook, ThoughtWorks and  Groupon.

Earlier on, Enyo spoke on a wide range of technology topics including “Frugal Innovation in Software on the continent“.

As a Founding member of Agile Africa, Enyo is specially positioned to bring the Continent to this World forum to enhance the prospects of Africa’s greater participation in the global tech landscape. Her prominence at this event, and in others elsewhere, spurs like-minded forward thinkers towards achieving recognition for technological innovation.

Enyo has granted an exclusive interview to Fetch about her attendance at the Yow! 2015. Fetch is a Melbourne based website that reviews professional events The full length interview is available here




Responsiveness now a major Google ranking factor


If your website is not responsive,  then Google is not going to be your friend. Its now official that websites that are not mobile device friendly will be ranked down.


Mobiles are now part of our everyday browsing experience. With the huge number of users viewing their webpages including on their phones, it is only reasonable that visitors to the Search Engine have the best experience.