Nigeria, South Africa and Kenya exchanged between 70 and 80 per cent of their Internet traffic locally and are the most developed Internet ecosystems in Africa.
Users applaud itel P37 durability, capacity, engagement with youth
itel smartphone users have commended the new itel P37 series for its durability, features, and ability to withstand different usage scenarios in day-to-day living. Since the launch of the big battery smartphone series in May, different users have shared their experiences with the itel P37 and P37 Pro. Some said: "It is quite rare to…
‘Local content policy needed to save $300m spent yearly on importing smart cards’
Electronic Payplus is a smart card and payment solution provider. The company was incorporated in December, 2004, but we actually started operations in May 2005 as a payment service provider.
Stakeholders to discuss future of cloud hosting service
The gathering will be at the instance of the Nigeria Information Technology Reporters Association (NITRA). The event has received backing from the nation’s information technology regulator, the National Information Technology Development Agency
Leveraging emergency communication centres in security management
The use of information and communication technologies has been increasing day-today throughout the world since the 1980s, as these technologies seem to reduce the complexity of issues for governments and at the same time reduce the context.
COVID-19 is wake-up call for Nigeria to innovate, UNESCO says
The United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has said that the global COVID-19 pandemic is a wake-up call for the Nigerian government
Swype Global announces entries for Swypatune Naija contest
Swype Global, a UK startup operating in the digital technology space, has announced the launch of Swypatune Nigeria Series 1.
‘FG should uphold DVB-T2, LTE networks for flawless co-existence’
The Federal Government has been told to uphold the protection ratio of Digital Video Broadcasting – second generation terrestrial (DVB-T2) and Long-Term Evolution (LTE) networks for a flawless co-existence.
MultiChoice not considering pay-as-you-go subscription option
South African company, Multichoice that operates the DStv and GOtv in Nigeria, has ruled out the possibility of implementing pay-as-you-go in the pay television industry in the country.
We are focused on promoting customers' acquisition and retention, says Goodnews
Programmatic advertising is the base point of what we do, though not everything the brand stands for. This type of advertising involves the use of automation in buying and selling of spaces on the internet.
Zoom to compete with Google, Microsoft for email service
After cementing its position in the video calling market amid the pandemic, Zoom plans to develop an email service to be released next year. This is in addition to its new project on a calendar application in direct competition with Google and Microsoft.