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Tizeti partners with Facebook to expand Express WiFi in Nigeria

Despite weak infrastructure and poor power supply, Nigeria stands out as one of Africa’s top tech hubs — something that was confirmed last year when Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg visited the capital, Lagos. But to boost innovation even further, the country desperately needs a well-functioning WiFi system, which Tizeti has been trying to provide through Read More

Would You Post Your CV on Facebook? Facebook Tests a CV Feature (To Probably Take On LinkedIn).

Facebook wants to have it all!   After announcing a job posting feature earlier this year (Albeit not in this part of the world), Facebook is reportedly testing a feature that would allow you to upload your CV on Facebook just like you would on LinkedIn. At the moment, it is possible for you to Read More

Nigeria: Facebook, Google, Others Confirm Nigeria’s Requests for User Information

By Tobi Soniyi A new report has confirmed what many Nigerians have long suspected to be true: that the federal government is spying on its citizens through the social media and email accounts. The report titled, “The Growing Trend of African Government’s Requests for User Information and Content Removal from Internet and Telecoms Companies,” was Read More

Africa: Facebook Lambasted Over Ransom Video of Traffickers Abusing Migrants

By Emma Batha and Ros Russell U.N. migration agency said it was inappropriate for Facebook to host a video showing the faces of vulnerable people being abused People smugglers are using Facebook to broadcast the abuse and torture of migrants in order to extort ransom money from their families, the U.N. migration agency said on Read More

Countries with the highest number of Facebook users in Africa : Pulse Tech

Countries with the highest number of Facebook users in Africa : Pulse Tech

New figures are out for Facebook user numbers in Africa. This particular report was released in December 2016 at the African Digital Summit by Medianet Labs, a research and development company owned by Tunisian company Medianet. Continue Reading Read More

My Facebook Lovers

Ordinarily, i am not the type that Kiss and Tell but the attention i have been receiving lately from members of the opposite sex has been so overwhelming that i feed the need to share my good fortune with everyone. Afterall, it is not everytime you have pretty ladies falling over themselves to catch the Read More

What Features Do You Look For In A Keyboard App?

On any computing device, we want the easiest and most efficient way of communicating. This communication encompasses both information that we feed into the device, and the one we get out. The effectiveness of this interface between human and machine determines if we are “getting our pound of flesh” from our “investment” I shall be Read More

Are Nigerian Mobile Networks Heading For Financial Crisis?

Recently, one of Nigeria’s four GSM Service Providers, Etisalat Nigeria, rolled out a unique bundle offering  called EasyFlex. In this offering, you get to choose a bundle comprising of Short Messaging Service (SMS), voice and data services. For N1000, one of the plans offer you 100 minutes of talk time to any local network, 100 Read More

Free WordPress Themes

Things have been kind of hectic lately but i have managed to round up work on my first wordpress blog theme. If you are viewing this site from a PC, you are already viewing the theme in all its glory! This will be the first in the series of premium wordpress themes that we would Read More

Let’s Go a-fishing

Something tells me the title of this post would probably draw in a few more clicks than it ordinary would. Power of sensational journalism you would say. Well, you are here already, why not just skim through the post, you just might find it informative. The internet terminology called “Phishing” is derived from the word Read More

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