Investigations revealed that this figure does not include the many interventions by internet donors such as NITDA, NCC, CBN, PTDF, and others that are not reflected in the federal budget.
MTN partners Garmin to offer wearable technology
Health and fitness activities in Nigeria has received a huge boost as global leaders in wearable technology and lifestyle products, Garmin, is partnering with MTN, to introduce a range of world class devices to help boost fitness level of Nigerians.
Firm demands N2 billion from Etisalat for alleged copyrights infringement
A mobile finance technology firm, V-Exchange Limited, has demanded for N2 billion from Etisalat as compensation for an alleged infringement on its product’s copyright.V-Exchange, which specialises in providing instant finance solutions to individuals and corporate entities....
Mobile subscribers to surpass five billion by year end
The number of unique mobile subscribers around the world will surpass five billion later this year, according to a new Global System for Mobile Association (GSMA) study.The 2017 global edition of the GSMA’s ‘Mobile Economy’ report revealed that the five billion-subscriber milestone....
Samsung voice-assistant Bixby to debut with new phone
Bixby enters a crowded field of digital assistants powered by artificial intelligence that includes Apple's Siri, Google Assistant, Microsoft Cortana and Amazon's Alexa.
Vodafone India and Idea Cellular announce merger
British mobile phone giant Vodafone will merge its Indian unit with Idea Cellular to create the country's largest telecoms operator, the firms said on Monday.
Intel deal may fuel Israel's rise as builder of car brains
Intel's $15-billion purchase of Israeli firm Mobileye could help fuel the country's rise in the driverless car industry -- not as a builder of vehicles, but as the brains behind them.
Twitter swastika hack comes at fragile time for company
With revenue already forecast to decline this year, Twitter Inc. can’t afford to spook users or brands. So it didn’t look good when an outside application on its social media service was hacked, triggering a torrent of swastika-filled tweets.
Telecoms operators lament impact of current forex regime on operations
Telecoms operators have appealed to the Federal Government to make the current foreign exchange regime flexible for their operations. Specifically, the operators under the aegis of Association of Licensed Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria....
Regulatory excellence responsible for Nigeria’s telecom success – Danbatta
Professor Umar Garba Danbatta, executive vice chairman/CEO, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has in Barcelona Spain, told the global telecom community that Nigeria’s success can be credited to her telecom regulatory excellence.