To reset your Gmail password, you’ll need to select the “Forgot password” option on the login screen.
Once you click this option, you’ll be asked to provide Google with your recovery phone number or email — a link to reset your password will be sent to you.
Once you reset your Gmail password, you’ll need to create a new one.
So you just found that your Gmail password isn’t working. In the moment of panic that follows, you’re probably wondering if you were hacked, or if you simply don’t remember what the password was.
The good news is, you probably weren’t hacked — Google sends out notifications and warnings whenever someone signs in on a new device or changes your password, so unless you’ve been logged out for a while, that’s
Maybe a little M&A can warm up a market that’s been cooling in the fall breeze.
Two big mergers and acquisitions over the weekend—along with media reports that China had chosen Oracle Corporation (NYSE: ORCL) to be the technology partner with TikTok—appeared to lift spirits on Wall Street this morning following the first back-to-back weekly losses since May. Stocks were up in pre-market trading, and that includes the sputtering Tech sector.
Tech might be getting a tailwind from one of the two big M&A developments over the weekend, as NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) announced it will buy Arm Holdings for $40 billion. On paper, this looks like it might be positive for the high-flying chip company, because Arm designs the architecture for mobile chips used in nearly every mobile device in the world, including the iPhone. Investors apparently agree, sending NVDA shares up more than 6% in pre-market
When modern-day versions of African tech ecosystems began taking shape a decade ago, the big, existential question was about where investment would come from.
As successive years of record-breaking funding signaled investor conviction in the promise of the continent’s startups, the topical focus soon shifted with more scrutiny paid to just how quickly investors could expect profitable exits. Yet, amid the tumultuous circumstances of a global pandemic that has triggered a health crisis and widespread economic uncertainty, that question is increasingly being answered.
Over the course of the year, news of multi-million dollar acquisitions have made headlines across African tech ecosystems, including the $288 million purchase of DPO Group, a payments services provider for African businesses, by Network International, a Dubai-headquartered payments giant. Four of these deals which have seen full or partial acquisitions of African startups are collectively valued at over $900 million. But the overall figure is likely
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