AfriOne launches first Nigerian-made smartphones
AfriFone Limited today will on Friday commission an assembly plant and launch its AfriOne mobile phones and other consumer devices, a feat the company describes as "a technological breakthrough and precedent for the enterprise and Nigeria’s 170 million strong populous.
Alphabet's Verily makes smartwatch for health research
Alphabet's life sciences unit Verily on Friday unveiled a wrist-worn "Study Watch" designed to gather complex health data in clinical studies.
Nintendo will release a mini-size switch in 2019, Citigroup predicts
That’s the message from Citigroup Inc., which says the new console is doing well, but is too big to truly combine home and portable gaming for everyone. That’s why they expect the Kyoto-based company to release a smaller version.....
Data gathering mobile app makes debut
In its drive to promote expertise in data collection, survey and interpretation, GETJAMA Limited, a data solutions company, has introduced a new mobile application. This, they say will help individuals and businesses in the country answer the questions required to deliver actionable results.
Apple-Qualcomm billions put at risk as phone alliance frays
Qualcomm Inc.’s countersuit against Apple Inc. threatens a relationship that helped both companies rake in billions of dollars as leaders of the smartphone revolution.
Samsung heir fights charges of bribery, embezzlement
Samsung Group’s Jay Y. Lee is fighting charges that he bribed a confidante of former South Korean president Park Geun-hye and conspired to cover it up, embroiling him in a scandal that’s seen her thrown out of office.
Samsung Electronics expects Q1 profits to jump
Its vice-chairman Lee Jae-Yong, heir to the parent Samsung group, has since been arrested and indicted for bribery, along with four other senior executives, in connection with a graft scandal that saw ex-president Park Geun-Hye impeached.
ICT import spending costs $2.8 billion yearly
Ibrahim, represented by the former Acting DG and Director, Corporate Strategy and Research, Dr. Vincent Olatunji, said the success of an indigenous solution such as the Treasury Single Account (TSA), policy of the Federal Government was a case in point.
Innjoo Leap offers new dynamism in computing
The laptop is available in champagne gold and moonlight silver colours. The device is a high-specifications notebook with the status of being the world’s slimmest and lightest 14-inch device. It offers a 4.0 Bluetooth range