Anglophone regions could not be taken back to the dark ages thanks to VPN, a mobile app which keeps residents connected to the rest of the world.
The board in charge of the control of services rendered by telecommunications networks in Cameroon has urged operators to improve on the quality of their services.
Some University students in Yaounde are allegedly getting rid of their computers by selling them to traders.
In an interview granted CNT, the young tech lover presents his electric car made with 70% of local materials and shares his vision of the future of the Cameroonian car industry.
Cameroon will soon benefit from an up to date International Urbanisation Centre based in Yaounde.
An international conference on urbanization will hold in Yaounde from November 12 to December 14, 2017.
The manufacturing of the first 80, 000 computers began last November 16 and is due to end come December 23, 2017.
The Minister of Higher Education in an interview granted to the press reveals that the first consignment of 80, 000 laptops will be made available as from November 2017 across selected Universities across the national territory.
The African Women Leadership Trophy 2017 and the title of Digital Ambassador for African Women have just been awarded to the First Lady of Cameroon, Ms. Chantal Biya.
The State wants to introduce local materials into the construction of social housing which will include the review of the architectural and technical characteristics of buildings to adapt them to the standards of social housing.