Facebook Messenger just moved one step closer to messaging domination.

The social network no longer requires people to have active Facebook accounts to use its messaging app, Facebook announced Wednesday.

Now, when people in the United States, Canada and Venezuela who don't have Facebook accounts download Messenger, they will see a new "not on Facebook?" option on the sign-up screen, which allows them to create an account for the app using their name and phone number.

Samsung Electronics West Africa has introduced a dual SIM version of the revolutionary high premium Galaxy S6 onto the Ghanaian market.

Google will begin de-listing revenge porn sites at the request of victims.

President Mahama will later on Monday, inaugurate the Eastern corridor fiber optic project in Ho at the forecourt of the Regional Coordinating Council.

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