Think before you share that picture
Every time you click, share or send one of these graphic videos, showing people at their most defenceless at their most vulnerable, you are contributing to the dehumanization of Africans.
The future of our Republic
We are gradually returning to the spirit of mass disenchantment again. It is true that there are millions of extremists parading themselves as spokesmen of the people on blog sites, Facebook, WhatsApp, and Twitter.
Telecoms operators lament falling revenue over OTT platforms
Telecommunications operators have lamented diminishing revenue caused by the operations of Over-the-Top Platforms (OTT).
Facebook hits 2billion user mark
Facebook said that two billion people regularly use its flagship service, marching past another milestone in its growth from a college curiosity in the US to the world’s largest social media network.
SMSaaS has strong future with Telcos as ‘Gatekeepers’, says Pearson
Short Messaging System (SMS) remains a key tool for reaching everyone with unmatched service guarantees and has a strong future, according to researchers at the World Telecoms Lab (WTL)
UK targets WhatsApp encryption after London attack
The British government said Sunday that its security services must have access to encrypted messaging applications such as WhatsApp, revealing it was used by the killer behind the parliament attack.
Young Nigerians react to blockade by WhatsApp, Blackberry
As millions of Nigerians, who connect with their business associates, loved ones and family members through WhatsApp on some mobile phone operating systems have been blocked...
‘Mangoes are out’
Nothing more can drive my point home than the story of Seun and Seyi Abolaji who started the Wilson’s Juice company with just N2000 (about $5 at the time) and turned squeezing lemons into a million dollar business.