Tag: tech

Glo Introduces New Data Plans with Free YouTube Streaming – Tech Blog In Nigeria For How TOs

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. Read More

Microsoft Nigeria invites you to join their Tech and Gaming Mixer in Lagos

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 Read More

Modern tech, rising middle class drive cinema revival in Nigeria, Africa

Like the plot in an old-fashioned movie, cinemas in Africa are making a third-reel comeback after years of worrying decline. Willis Ikedum and Godwin Dixon, cinematographer for “Mummy Dearest.” In many countries south of the Sahara, digital technology, strong investment and modern theatres are bringing about a major revival of movie-going, ending years of cinema Read More

Tech Company to grow Nollywood penetration on more devices in Africa

There are plans to help broaden the availability of Nollywood video content to more people in Africa and beyond with efforts by Envivo Communications and Cisco Infinite Video Platform to enable subscriber’s access more ‘Nollywood’ and international video content on more devices. With video streaming fast becoming the norm for watching movies, shows and other Read More

Introducing USSD Banking App – Tech Blog In Nigeria For How TOs

You can now carry our USSD transactions with all Nigerian banks from just one mobile app; the USSD banking app. No need to remember codes for mobile banking, no need to search the internet for banking codes as this app gives you all the codes even without internet. The app is very easy to use Read More

Are women being marginalized in Nigeria’s tech ecosystem?

Sometime ago in Abeokuta, Ogun state of Nigeria, I had an encounter with Tola, a 15 year old girl. Tola shared how passionate she was about technology but had been sternly warned by her parents that women Engineers are not fashionable. Upon further enquiry, she confided in me that she thought it was true because there are Read More

Meet 5 tech start-ups improving education in Nigeria

It is heartwarming to see quite a few start-ups leveraging technology to improve the education sector. This particular sector has not been in a too good shape for a while. Maybe it is now time for technology to prove its actually worth in our daily life. Well, as we are, here are 5 tech start-ups Read More

How the copy-copy syndrome is affecting the Nigerian tech industry and what we can do about it

Do you feel that using a .com.ng domain or a .ng domain will make your website seem local? Do you still feel that a successful Internet company can be built by copying any interesting foreign concept and replicating it? If your answer is “yes” to any of the above, then you are suffering from copy-copy Read More

9 Small Tech Businesses To Invest In

The truth is, anyone with some founder ambitions and business acumen is likely to attract customers who would be willing to part with their money for the value promised. Though, starting and running tech businesses have become more complex, the very first thing you’ll want to figure out is, if you have a market, potential Read More

Why aren’t Nigerian tech companies going public?

Editor’s Note: This article is a spin-off from a debate the TechCity editorial team had in our virtual newsroom. Hours of arguing for or against, the auspiciousness or ludicrousness of tech company/startup IPOs led to this first article; so gear up for more depending on how the debate goes now that it’s public. Also check Read More

12 valuable tips for building a successful career in tech

The path to a successful career in tech is fraught with many challenges. So we bring you vital tips backed by quotes from experts in the Nigerian tech industry that can help you on this critical journey. Look before you leap Before you choose a career, expose yourself to as many experiences as possible. Don’t Read More

Seven (7) power quotes from Nigerian tech startup founders

Not denying the fact that you would need the best guidance available for your startup to succeed, we have compiled some quotes for your use. This is just for a start. Stay with us.   Onyeka Akumah, co-founder and CEO of Farmcrowdy in a chat with TechMoran talks on keeping good relationships with people around Read More

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