Tuesday, 24th May 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search
Breaking News:

Technology

JUWAH-NCC-BOSS
19 Mar 2015
On the pre-qualification criteria, the IM states that applicants in the allocation process will not be required as a pre‐qualification criterion to hold any telecommunications operational license in Nigeria.
18 Mar 2015
FROM your experience in the IT space, how would you rate the Apps market in Nigeria? Nigerians are fast adopters of technology and the smartphone market is increasing. There are apps for different types of social, religious; information and banking activities and almost all of them are developed in Nigeria for different app stores. It is a market that has great human development potential and there is a desire to increase online content development. The apps are growing; user interface is growing; the youth banking proposition of Diamond Bank is also growing. The app market is growing and getting global attention.
18 Mar 2015
WASHINGTON DC, the political capital of the USA, is the venue for this year’s Nigeria Diaspora ICT Conference tagged NiDICT 2015. Nigerian Ambassador to the United States of America, Prof. Adebowale Ibidapo Adefuye, is the chief host of NiDICT 2015 with the theme: ‘Leveraging on Diaspora Skills-Pool for Nigeria’s Transformation.’
18 Mar 2015
IN continued efforts to drive growth of digital technologies in the country, Accenture, service providers and mobile phone manufacturers have initiated a partnership for industry transformation. ‎ According to the firms, the advent of digital technology has brought about new ways to communicate, interact and transact business. The Accenture 2015 Digital Consumer Survey, however recently revealed that users of smart devices have been increased relevant to inspired by the possibilities of the connected world.‎
18 Mar 2015
MOBILE phone maker, Infinix Mobility, has unveiled its latest innovation – Infinix X551, also known as Infinix Hot Note. The company said Infinix Hot Note was the latest innovative addition to the Infinix family and was powered by a 4000 mAh battery with a “uniquely developed charger that allows three times faster than normal charge and stays on for two days without charge and also guarantees seven-hour active usage for just 20 minutes charge
18 Mar 2015
NIGERIA’s growing subscriber base has been linked to the continued drop in quality of mobile telephone services in the country. The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) stated this in Lagos, at a media briefing on the planned 2.6GHz Spectrum band auction. Indeed, the country, whose teledensity has crossed the 100 per cent mark at 100.59 per cent, currently has over 192 million connected lines, out of which 140 million are active.
17 Mar 2015
THE Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Senator Anyim Pius Anyim has said that the Ultimate purpose of government investment in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector is to bridge the digital divide, improve the human capacity to liberate people from ignorance and equip Nigerians with skills that would help them face the challenges of globalisation.
17 Mar 2015
This apart, the digital dividend resulting from the switching off all analogue transmitters cannot be effectively utilized in Nigeria. The Switch-off of analogue transmitters should release a total of 168 MHz. of premium spectrum that can be deployed for mobile broadband
17 Mar 2015
Meanwhile, on Saturday, in Lagos, at a media briefing, the Director of Spectrum Administration at NCC, Austin Nwaulune, said the 2.6GHz spectrum auction process would be out soonest, stressing that the whole process is to ensure the creation of pervasive broadband and enable ubiquitous Internet access in the country.
14 Mar 2015
Though, Nigeria has about 184 ISPs, 115 of them are expected to update the commission with their current business contacts/addresses before the end of March, in order to ensure seamless correspondences.
12 Mar 2015
LOCAL content development in the software sub-Sector of Nigeria’s Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector can be driven to a greater height if the industry can take a cue from the successes recorded in the oil and gas sector.
12 Mar 2015
GLOBAL mobile phone display module shipments in 2015 are expected to rise just four per cent year over year to reach two billion units, leading to even stronger competition among mobile phone manufacturers.

Latest

6 mins ago
Eucharia Anunobi, a famed Nollywood actress turned Evangelist, has stated that she is in desperate need of a partner to settle down with. Her confirmation comes shortly after her alleged relationship with her 27 year-old colleague. In an interview with BBC Igbo, Eucharia, 56, expressed her apprehension about settling down. The actress's marriage to her…
4 hours ago
Barring last minute changes, the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) will today screen its presidential aspirants for the 2023 general elections after earlier postponements.
4 hours ago
A Coalition of Election Monitors and Observers (CEMO) has warned President Muhammadu Buhari against assenting to the recent Electoral Act 2022 amendment bill because preparations for the 2023 general elections are already in full gears.
4 hours ago
Improving Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB) in a small business requires commitment to hiring a diverse workforce and engaging them once hired, Human Resource (HR) experts have said.
4 hours ago
The Executive Secretary, Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), Simbi Wabote, has stated that about 400,000bpd is expected from the rehabilitation of NNPC refineries in Port Harcourt, Warri, and Kaduna using target performance of not less than 90 per cent of nameplate capacity.