Hotels.ng, Nigeria’s biggest online booking agency with over 9000 hotels around the country, has announced the launch of their mobile app. The app has been created with the aim of easing the process of finding and booking hotels for users. Mark Essien, the company’s CEO, tweeted that the Hotels.ng app was developed by members of
By Benjamin Alade HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, has launched the Nokia 2, a smartphone associated with great battery life.With two-day battery life, the Nokia 2 is built to keep going long after other smartphones need recharging. According to the manufacturer, the impressive two-day battery life does not come at the expense of
In line with Globacom’s strategic vision of delivering convenient and best value for money solutions to its teeming customers, the company has announced the introduction of New Glo Data Plans with FREE YouTube streaming. With this offer, customers can now automatically enjoy free YouTube access with every purchase of data plans worth N500 or more.
There’s no doubt Google’s office culture is now very different to what it was like back when they first began hiring employees. Founded in September 1998, only six of Google’s original 21 employees are still at the company – and that includes founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin. But since launching their careers at the multinational technology…
http://eepurl.com/1MXSP Telecoms giant Airtel Nigeria today announced it has signed a three-year contract with Ericsson to modernize and expand its packet core network, paving the way for even faster mobile broadband services and enhanced user experience for its subscribers. In a statement made available to TechCity by the telecoms giant, it said the Ericsson Evolved Packet Core and other…
Are you a Gamer, Game developer or techie? Microsoft Nigeria is inviting you to its Tech and Gaming mixer at their Lagos office Microsoft Nigeria is asking gamers, game developers, developers and technology enthusiasts to meet with product managers and engineers from its Redmond Headquarters. In an invitation to gamers to a mixer
By Olawale Ajimotokan Abuja — The Nigeria Industrial Policy and Competitiveness Advisory Council (Industrial Council) has commenced initiatives aimed at accelerating the country’s industrialisation efforts by installing18,000km of fibre optic across the country to improve broad band penetration. The installation of the fibres to promote digital economy was one of the several initiatives the… Read
Boomplay Music, Africa’s fastest growing music streaming and download platform, reinforced its continued contribution to the African content distribution ecosystem, after being recognised by an independent panel of industry experts at the AppsAfrica Awards. AppsAfrica is a leading pan-African technology news portal and advisory service dedicated to delivering the latest insights on… Source link
The Ministry of Mines and Steel Development (MMSD) has spent N700 million to develop an Integrated Automation and Interactive GIS Web Portal to improve ‘Ease-of-Doing-Business’ in the mining sector, the Minister, Kayode Fayemi, has disclosed. He stated this in Abuja yesterday at the launch of the portal. Fayemi said “the portal is a cutting edge
African tech can produce surprises. One this week is a $1.2 million Series A startup buying part of a $1 billion company. That’s what Lagos based property startup ToLet.com.ng has done, purchasing Jumia House Nigeria for an undisclosed amount. Jumia House is a subsidiary of the continent’s lone tech unicorn — Pan-African e-commerce giant Jumia.com.
Of all the online activities available, sports betting was the first to really take hold in Nigeria, but casinos and other forms of gaming are rising in popularity as well. And seeing as there are so many restrictions in West African countries on betting and finding places to enjoy a quick hand of poker or
With growing awareness in technology and more exposure to western lifestyle, more tech-savvy Nigerians are embracing online shopping. The fad has several merits for shoppers, writes TONIA ‘DIYAN. Nigerians have embraced the digital age, brought about by mobile phone revolution. With the increasing use of mobile phones, the Internet and the social media, many, young and