Huawei canvasses investments, education to lift sector
With fresh investments and improve standard of education in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector, Nigeria’s economy can witness a major turn around. This was the view of the Huawei Technologies, which stressed that more emphasis on education from the basic level and opportunities for entrepreneurial youths to embrace ICT will keep the…
Huawei unveils faster phone chip
Huawei aims to use artificial intelligence-powered features such as instant image recognition to take on rivals Samsung and Apple when it launches its new flagship phone next month, a top executive said.
CHAI, others begin community outreach to end malaria
Malaria is a major health and development challenge in Nigeria. Globally, a child dies every two minutes from malaria. The disease represents a major drag on Nigeria’s human development indices associated with up to...
Huawei to launch P10 devices in Africa by April
Retail prices for this latest version of Huawei’s flagship smartphone series will start at US$686 for the P10, while the P10+ (64GB + 4GB) will retail for €738 and the P10+ (128GB + 6GB) for US$844.
Phone makers take aim at ailing Samsung with new handsets
China's Huawei, LG and other phone firms unveiled new smartphones on Sunday as they tried to capitalise on Samsung's withdrawal of its flagship device after faulty batteries led several of the handsets to catch fire.
CWG to offer infosys finacle on cloud to Nigerian banks
CWG, the largest Systems Integration Company in Sub-Saharan Africa, has announced that they will offer the Infosys Finacle banking solution as a managed service on cloud.
Global launch by Huawei of new mid-range smartphone
Chinese electronics giant Huawei announced Tuesday a global launch of its mid-range Honor 6x smartphone which includes dual-lens camera technology and is aimed at young consumers.
Twitter chief for China quits, hails its performance
Twitter's manager for China, whose appointment just eight months ago sparked controversy, has announced her resignation but welcomed the growing number of Chinese advertisers even though the service is blocked by Beijing.