The news about the take-off of the Technical University, Ibadan, has in the last few weeks been circulating in various media platforms. It’s the new university established by the Governor Abiola Ajimobi-led administration. As reports indicated, the university, also referred to as Tech-U, was licensed by the National Universities Commission in 2012 as the 38th… Read more Welcoming Ibadan Tech-U – Punch Newspapers
September 15, 2017 • Gadgets and Gaming Call of Duty: WWII Multiplayer Beta Comes to PC. PC players will have the opportunity to test out the Call of Duty: WWII multiplayer beta ahead of the game’s November 2017 launch. Sledgehammer Games confirmed the news via a blog post that the… Read full story here
Lagos State government said it has completed the construction of the first ever high-powered DNA Forensic Laboratory in Nigeria. Governor Akinwunmi Ambode had last year approved the construction of the DNA forensic lab as part of the criminal justice sector reforms designed to solve crime through technology and fulfill an unmet need for DNA profiling… Read more Lagos opens Nigeria’s first Forensic Lab to render free legal services in commemoration of Int’l Day of Peace
iPhone X is an amazing gadget almost everyone will love to have in their hands. It is sleek, stylish and it cost $1,000. Truth be told, there are other phones that can function and perform as well as the iPhone X which you probably do not know about. Importantly, it does not cost as much as the… Read more See The 5 Phones That Can Give iPhone X A Run For Its Money
How many of you use the 4G services provided by your Telco? And how has it been so far? ? It’s been over a year (at least for MTN and less for other telcos) since the 4G race started in Nigeria, but the experience so far hasn’t been what you’d consider great, partly because some… Read more Here’s (One of the Reasons) Why The 4G Technology in Nigeria Hasn’t Been So Great— “Operators (Are) Using Existing Technology to Offer New Services.”
Nigerian startup Filmlocations.com.ng has launched an online marketplace that connects filmmakers to suitable locations for their projects. With location scouting a tedious part of the filmmaking process, in which valuable time is spent searching for the right location, negotiating with property owners and sorting out paperwork, Filmlocations.com.ng aims to make the job… Read full story… Read more Filmlocations.com.ng launched to simplify location-hunting
September 18, 2017 • General, Sponsored, Top Stories SD-WAN: An answer to improving network performance. “The consistent, reliable, low latency and, above all, fast performance of an organisation’s network is a non-negotiable in the era of digitisation,” states Anton Jacobsz,… Read full story here
Safaricom has said it will introduce intelligent solutions to its Customer Care organization in a move to strengthen service delivery to its customers. “We are in the process of deploying intelligent solutions that will enable us to better understand our customer needs across all divisions of the company. The planned customer care centre will ease… Read more Safaricom to deploy intelligent solutions to bolster its customer care services
By Adeyemi Adepetun The multiple data capturing and registration exercises in the country are costing government billions of naira which, according to stakeholders, amount to duplication and waste of human and financial resources. Many Nigerians probably must have participated in not less than four data capturing processes in the last seven years, with government agencies… Read more Nigeria: How Nigeria Wastes Billions On Data Capturing
The iPhone series has always produced among the most expensive phones around. However, every year, we get the bill of materials and we end up surprised by how little the company spends on production relative to the retail price. For instance, the previous iPhones cost a little over $200 to build while they sell for… Read more How much did it cost to build the iPhone X? Hint: Profit margins are huge!
A few years ago, camera company Polaroid stopped making instant film cameras. Shortly after that, the company stopped making its popular instant film. However, the Polaroid instant camera is officially back. Well, not the way it was before. The new Polaroid OneStep 2 is not made by Polaroid. Instead, it is made by the Impossible… Read more The Impossible Project announces the Polaroid OneStep 2, the new instant camera
Ever since “selfie” became part of pop culture, there has been an influx of smartphones whose USP has been selfie. Smartphone manufacturers can’t get enough of making phones dedicated to people who love taking selfies. The Gionee A1 Lite is another such phone launched in Nigeria in August this year with the main focus being… Read more What’s So Special About The New Gionee A1 lite Smart Phone?