So much has been said about the absence of a functional app for blogging on the iPad. Probably the most talked about blogging app on the IOS platform is WordPress, developed by the folks that developed WordPress itself. One begins to wonder exactly why the app seems unfinished, especially the fact that one needs to… Read more Finally, The Ultimate Blogging iPad App?
Early last decade a young entrepreneur named Christian Schmid was running forum hosting services and was having difficulty transferring large files. He decided to create his own service for transferring files and RapidShare was born. The service was originally known as Ezshare but was subsequently changed to RapidShare when Schmid discovered that Kodak owned rights… Read more RapidShare – Rapid Success
Earlier today the WordPress team noticed suspicious commits to several popular plugins (AddThis, WPtouch, and W3 Total Cache) containing cleverly disguised backdoors. We determined the commits were not from the authors, rolled them back, pushed updates to the plugins, and shut down access to the plugin repository while we looked for anything else unsavory. We’re… Read more Red Alert – WordPress Bloggers
Scan the headlines, and you’d be forgiven for thinking that everybody had a tablet these days. The iPad broke the market open, and since that point we’ve seen a torrent of rivals each trying to take the touchscreen crown. It’s a tricky segment to judge, and even harder if you’re trying to take your first… Read more So You Want A Tablet?
I’m often asked about the difference between BES and BIS. They both serve the same ultimate purpose: to deliver email (and data) to your handheld in a secure and reliable manner. So what’s the difference? What is BIS? BIS stands for BlackBerry Internet Service. It gives your BlackBerry access to the Internet. It’s like an… Read more Differences Between Blackberry BIS And BES
” The Tab 10.1 is a much more credible product than the Xoom, but it’s not quite competitive with the iPad. If Google wants to compete, it still needs to build a vibrant third-party application ecosystem in order to make Android tablets a good option for regular users.” When it released the original Galaxy Tab… Read more Galaxy Tab 10.1 – A Full Review
RIM, the maker of BlackBerry, was absolutely destroyed today in the stock market. But that’s just part of the story. RIM is screwed. 1. Subpar Phones RIM’s current lineup of phones is subpar, to say the least. Worse, basically none of the current models will get the marginally newer and better BlackBerry OS 7.0 update.… Read more Ten Reasons Why BlackBerry Is Screwed
The internet is awash with a lot of news about the iPad phone, courtesy of the guys from iphoneislam. One thing is very certain, these guys from Egypt have pulled the biggest hat trick this year. I decided to take the bull by the horns and proceeded to download the app via the alternate app… Read more “Call Me On My Ipad …”
One thing you can not take away from the iPad is the almost inexhaustible number of apps, some of which have greatly enhanced the capability and functionality of the device. Before now, voice calls on your iPad was restricted to VOIP using apps like TEXTFREE WITH VOICE . But now, you do it using your… Read more Make Calls On Your iPad Using Your SIM Card
By the time Sanusi Lamido Sanusi was appointed Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria in August 2009, Union Bank of Nigeria Plc was a very financially sound institution. Its only problem had to do with in-fighting in the executive management team over the succession of the MD/CEO, Bartholomew Ebong whose tenure had been extended… Read more The Rape of Union Bank Plc
“If the Internet were your living room, there would be crowds of people peeking through the windows,” says Mark Ghuneim, CEO of New York digital marketing agency Wiredset, “and you would have unwittingly granted them permission to watch and record everything going on.” Among the Peeping Toms: George Orwell’s figurative Big Brother—the government—but also, potentially,… Read more Big Brother Is Watching
I recently got a dual SIM phone from Etisalat, the variant without the camera. I needed the phone to house my numerous SIM cards as it is almost impossible in Nigeria to be loyal to any mobile network. And no, i am not a con artist, all my SIMs are duly registered! Unfortunately, Etisalat signals… Read more Unlock Your Etisalat Dual SIM Phones