Technology

OPPO Develops OPPO Share That Is Supposedly “Faster Than Xender”

Mobile phones were designed to make communication easier. From calls, to text messages, pictures and files, whatever the communication, mobile phones are designed to make it easier to share. With advancement in technology and the internet, mobile phones have become smarter, hence the increased need to transfer information and communication of different types. At the …

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3 Reasons Why Nigeria Isn’t Ready For 5G Technology In 2019

5G technology. Everyone is hyped up about 5G technology and the crazy data speeds it would come with, even the NCC Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) approved tests for the 5G spectrum in Nigeria but the question is this – Is Nigeria Ready For 5G technology I know all the paid marketing platforms has been heating …

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Airtel Overtakes Globacom To Become Nigeria’s Second Largest Network

Airtel Nigeria is now the second-largest telecommunications service provider in the country. According to the July subscriber data released by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Airtel gained a total of 906,400 customers in July to become second. Airtel currently has 123,327 subscribers more than Globacom that has occupied the position for years. In total, there …

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FG Buys Calibration Aircraft Worth ₦3.1 Billion

The Federal Government of Nigeria on Thursday took delivery of a $8.5m (₦3.1 Billion) calibration aircraft that will serve in the calibration of navigational aids across Nigerian airports. According to the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, who tweeted the development via his official Twitter handle, the aircraft would help make Nigeria’s airspace safer. He said …

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Nigeria Remains Africa’s Largest Smartphone Market

The Africa mobile phone market declined 1.8% quarter-on-quarter (QoQ) in Q2 2019, according to the latest figures announced by International Data Corporation (IDC). According to the global technology research and consulting firm’s newly released Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, overall shipments for the quarter totaled 52.2 million units, down from 53.1 million units in Q1 2019. …

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Apple Apologises After Siri Shares Some Conversations It Heard

Apple on Wednesday, August 28, apologised for its digital assistant Siri sharing some of what it heard with quality control workers as it unveiled new rules for handling data from conversations. Under the changes, Apple will allow its employees to review conversations only from customers who opt into the “Siri grading” program to improve the …

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Cosmas Maduka Coscharis Regrets Investing N1.7billion On Vehicle Assembly Plant

Dr. Cosmas Maduka, the President of Coscharis Group, recently lamented about his decision to invest N1.7billion in an automobile assembly plant in the country. His lamentation is as a result of the effect of the hesitant implementation of the auto policy in the Nigeria auto industry by the Federal Government. Maduka is one of Nigeria’s …

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Would You Pay ₦3.4m To Convert Your Petrol Powered Car Into An Electric Car?

I know some of us in Nigeria are ready to embrace the electric car revolution despite the high cost of getting one and the unavailability of electric car charging stations across the country. But what if you could just convert your petrol/diesel powered car into an electric car? French startup Transition-One says it can do …

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