$8000 A Month As An Intern These big tech companies pay their interns the most

So if you are living in Africa and your father or mother is a banker, medical doctor or lawyer, protect your ego by not reading this. But if your parents are teacher, pls don’t even click for the sack of your sanity. lol.

We went ahead and pulled the tech companies from the list, and among large tech companies, Facebook leads the pack with an average salary of $8,000 per month for interns. Quickly converting that into a yearly salary yields $96,000. It goes without saying, that figure is quite high. Continue reading

Guess Which Tech Company Might Be the First to Reach the Trillion-Dollar Market Value?


One Trillion Dollar Market Evaluation, is like when a company becomes a country!! #BrainFreeze Despite the fact that the Microsoft’s market value currently trails both Apple and Alphabet, analyst Michael Markowski of Equities.com believes that Microsoft’s $26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn could help them reach the $1 trillion milestone.

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Yasmin Belo-Osagie’s of She Leads Africa New Ad for Microsoft Is Awesome!


Screenshot: Yasmin Belo-Osagie Microsoft ad

Yasmin Belo-Osagie, the Cofounder of She Leads Africa — a community that helps young African women achieve their professional dreams — might come across as being shy and reserved, but the new Microsoft ad changed my perception!

The 30-second ad is for the new Lenovo Yoga, a convertible laptop created by Lenovo and powered by Microsoft. Continue reading

Slack Welcomes Its New Friend Microsoft With A ‘Dear Microsoft’ Ad In New York Times.

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Slack’s founder is taking marketing lessons from Apple — In 1981, when IBM launched its first PC, Apple ran a full-page ad in the Wall Street Journal to welcome its new competitor to the personal computer market.to the personal computer market. Continue reading

Apple Has to Pay €13 billion Bill In Taxes


Today, the European Commission has ordered Apple to pay up to €13 billion in tax payments. This is the first time the European Union has ordered a company to pay this much.  According to Margrethe Vestager, the EU’s competition commissioner, who announced the figure at a European Commission press conference.

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Microsoft Officially Unveils the Xbox One Slim

After leaking over the weekend, Microsoft’s latest gaming console is now official. Introduced today at Microsoft’s E3 press conference, the aptly named Xbox One Slim is 40% smaller than its predecessor, but don’t let the name fool you: the latest Xbox is Microsoft’s most powerful console yet.

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Microsoft Sends Ahmed Mohammed Some Cool, Very Cool Toys!


Earlier this week, Ahmed Mohamed, a 14-year-old, was arrested for allegedly bringing a bomb to school. After the humiliating arrest and investigation, it was found that Ahmed was simply trying to display his creativity by showing his teacher a homemade digital clock. Unfortunately for him, his teacher felt threatened and decided to make a judgment call. But, in light of the situation, there has been a tremendous outpour of support from social media and important figures like the US President, Mark Zuckerberg, Hillary Clinton etc.. Continue reading