Uber, Taxify and Lyft; the Cab Hire platforms Review in Nigeria {cont’d}

… continued from Part 1 CAB HIRE CONFIRMATION TIME To check the time of confirmation of a can hire, I tried hiring a taxi from the same location to the same destination on both apps. On Taxify, my order was confirmed and my designated driver was assigned to me in less than 30 seconds. Although… Read more Uber, Taxify and Lyft; the Cab Hire platforms Review in Nigeria {cont’d}

5 amazing facts you should know about Google’s foray into the smartphone business » YNaija

Google started out as a search engine. Some persons may still see the company in that light, but Google has evolved to become so much more. The tech giant just celebrated its 19-year anniversary last week and, it has been a significantly interesting journey. From its humble beginning in a garage, Google has over the… Read more 5 amazing facts you should know about Google’s foray into the smartphone business » YNaija

Ntel appoints Ernest Akinlola as New CEO

The board of ntel has announced the appointment of Ernest Akinlola as its new substantive Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer. Akinlola is a senior executive with over 20 years experience in telecoms media and technology. He joined the fledgling One 2 One telecoms operator in the United Kingdom and was instrumental in establishing a world class… Read more Ntel appoints Ernest Akinlola as New CEO

This is the Freetel ICE 2, the ₦13,000 smartphone Google promised us

During the Google for Nigeria event in July, Google announced a ₦13,000 smartphone it planned to introduce into the Nigerian market in partnership with MTN. That promised smartphone is the Freetel ICE 2, a low-end device targeted at emerging markets. The question is, how much smartphone can you really get for ₦13,000? Let’s take a look… Read more This is the Freetel ICE 2, the ₦13,000 smartphone Google promised us

Cameroon Is Shutting Down The Internet In Its English-Speaking Regions…Again

After fresh mass protests erupted in Cameroon, residents have noticed that the government has once again disrupted internet connection for the Anglophone regions. Over the past 72 hours, people in these areas began to realize that they could no longer access social media platforms like WhatsApp, Facebook and Twitter. Residents of towns like Buea and Bamenda… Read more Cameroon Is Shutting Down The Internet In Its English-Speaking Regions…Again

Nigeria: Cyber Attacks – Nigeria Jumps to 9 Spot As Banking Trojans Wreck Havoc

By Chima Akwaja Lagos — Nigeria remains amongst the top ten countries at highest risk of cyberattack, currently sitting at number nine on the list after having climbed one position from last month according to Check Point Software Technologies Ltd August Global Threat Impact Index released at the weekend. It revealed that banking trojans were… Read more Nigeria: Cyber Attacks – Nigeria Jumps to 9 Spot As Banking Trojans Wreck Havoc