The Nokia 7 plus, one of the newest additions to the Nokia range of smartphones released this year is now available in Nigeria, and TechTalk got to review one of the units which so far appears to be a good contender in the mid-range Smartphone market. HMD Global, the Finland-based company which acquired rights to… Read more Nokia 7 plus review: Stock Android with 48 hours battery life
Infinix Zero 5 VS Tecno Camon X: Specs Comparison. Tecno Mobile and Infinix Mobility are one of the two leading phone manufacturing company in Nigeria and Africa as a continent. Going against the Infinix Zero 5 will be Tecno latest smartphone, the Camon X. The Camon X brags about being the best mid-range smartphone with… Read more Infinix Zero 5 VS Tecno Camon X: Specs Comparison
Read time 2min 40sec A cyber caf’e in Nigeria’s commercial capital Lagos. West Africa’s infamous Internet scammers have evolved, dropping their impersonations of online love interests, princes and US soldiers in favour of hijacking corporate e-mails, costing businesses hundreds of millions of dollars a year. It is a much more lucrative venture that works by… Read more Nigeria’s Internet fraudsters target corporate e-mail
In recent years, due to the issues with unemployment in West Africa, especially in Ghana and Nigeria, there has been a developing debate on entrepreneurship. The youth of today are gearing towards starting a business either to earn money on the side, as they continue to pursue their education or setting up a business, hoping… Read more Getting an idea for a start up: A Finde App concept
ABUJA (Reuters) – West Africa’s infamous internet scammers have evolved, dropping their impersonations of online love interests, princes and U.S. soldiers in favor of hijacking corporate emails, costing businesses hundreds of millions of dollars a year. A cyber cafe is seen beside a bank automated machine in the Ogba district in Nigeria’s commercial capital Lagos,… Read more Nigeria’s Internet fraudsters zero in on corporate email accounts
April 20, 2018 • Online & Social, Top Stories, West Africa Music + streaming service Nigeria lands deal with Sony Music Music streaming service of telecommunications operator MTN, has entered into a partnership with Sony Music Entertainment to distribute on its platform in the Federal… Source link
Over the past decade, Nigeria has been welcoming foreign investors into the Internet startup space, both as players in the market as well as financers. But there appears to be a growing trend in the last five years over the exit of foreign investment and businesses in the country. No doubt, the resulting effects of… Read more There’s a growing trend of foreign investors leaving the Nigerian startup scene
Mobile Money as a financial product is inherently a fast moving consumer good, which Nigerian banks are ill-equipped to market and promote, Andrew Morton posits Financial Inclusion remains a big Nigerian problem. Indeed for an economy that is unarguably the biggest on the continent it is an indictment of sorts on the country that it… Read more Why Mobile Money Has Failed in Nigeria
….Why Africa’s e-commerce fortune looks bright with merger….The role of technology in e-commerce growth By Prince Osuagwu (Hi Tech Editor) Despite unhealthy competitions which have held e-commerce outfits down and occasioned a drop in the growth trajectories of the sector, there are strong indications that consolidation is gradually happening in the industry and the fortunes… Read more Yudala, Konga merger kick starts consolidation of Nigeria’s e-commerce sector
LEAGOO KIICAA Power is low-budget Android smartphone with not only a captivating price tag, but also with some cool extra features to make it look a little less low-end. Some of these features -like dual back cameras- are not regularly seen in the low-end category of Android smartphones. The KIICCAA Power from LEAGOO Mobile was… Read more LEAGOO KIICAA Power Unboxing and Full Review
By Koyejo Bajomo Back in 1996, when the the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, licensed 38 internet service providers to sell internet services in Nigeria, many ICT experts expressed the view that the development would lead to the end of traditional television as a medium of influence. I do not think there is anybody in the… Read more Can The Internet Replace Pay Television In Nigeria?
By Dele Bajomo Back in 1996, when the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) licenced 38 internet service providers to sell internet services in Nigeria, many ICT experts expressed the view that the development would lead to the end of traditional television as a medium of influence. I do not think there is anybody in the modern… Read more Can Internet Replace Pay Television in Nigeria?