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13 May 2015
LITERALLY, every nook and corner of the world, young and old; everywhere the Nokia brand is strongly etched on people’s heart. Perhaps this is the only brand globally that everyone can instantly recall. Invention and reinvention has all along been the biggest driving force of the company to attain this cult status for the last…
13 May 2015
In a quest to encourage its students to be technologically advanced schools across Africa countries in competitive economy, Olashore International School has concluded plans to integrate technology into its curriculum in a renewed and unique blend of technology education. According to the the School Principal, Derek Smith, Olashore is entering into a strategic partnership with…
13 May 2015
THE Global Connectivity Index (GCI) on West Africa 2015 has placed Nigeria among the top three emerging broadband markets. The GCI, which was released at the Huawei Cloud Congress (HCC) in Lagos, covered 50 countries including Nigeria, among others and 90 per cent of the world’s population
13 May 2015
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has urged the incoming National Assembly to look into and ensure the passage of the Critical Infrastructure Bill to address the issue of vandalisation and theft of telecommunication infrastructure in the industry.
12 May 2015
Drinks.ng an online destination of inventory for drinks has launched an outlet to improve distribution and promote sales of product, targeted at reducing operational cost and logistics. Considering celebration as a big part in our culture, Drinks.ng serves as the first online market in Nigeria that deals with the sales, supply and distribution of pure…
12 May 2015
Swiss telephone firm Swisscom on Tuesday unveiled a driverless car that is being tested on the roads of Zurich, a first in the country.
12 May 2015
Verizon unveiled plans Tuesday to buy AOL for $4.4 billion, bringing together the US telecom giant and faded Internet pioneer
11 May 2015
"There will be no Windows 11," warned Steve Kleynhans, a research vice-president at analyst firm Gartner who monitors Microsoft. He said Microsoft had in the past deliberately avoided using the name "Windows 9" and instead chose Windows 10 as a way to signify a break with a past which involved successive stand-alone versions of the operating system.
11 May 2015
Smartphone shipments in China decline for the first time in six years
8 May 2015
Swedish telecoms group Ericsson announced Friday it was stepping up its pursuit of Apple for alleged unlicensed use of its technology in iPhones and other wireless devices by filing lawsuits in Britain, Germany and the Netherlands. "Apple continues to profit from Ericsson's technology without having a valid license in place," Kasim Alfalahi, Ericsson's chief intellectual…
7 May 2015
The Apple Watch is fueling the emerging smartwatch market and is expected to be the top seller in the segment for next few years, a market research report showed Wednesday. The IHS Technology report said the smartwatch market will grow to 101 million units by 2020 from just 3.6 million last year. Apple Watch shipments…
6 May 2015
Oculus, the virtual reality firm acquired by Facebook last year, it would begin shipping its Oculus Rift headset to consumers early next year

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