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Since Google launched in Nigeria, we’ve seen a few periods of global uncertainty, including the 2008 financial crisis; increasing frequency of climate-related disasters, and a global pandemic
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An estimated 2.7 billion people or one-third of the world’s population remain unconnected to the Internet in 2022, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has stated.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibadan Zonal Command, has secured the conviction and sentencing of the Director of Logistics of the National Association of Nigerian Students
One of the world's Internet Exchange operators, AMS-IX and MainData Nigeria Limited (MDXi), an Equinix company, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to operate and grow Internet Exchange services in Africa.
A Lagos Special Offences Court, Ikeja, Lagos has remanded a social media celebrity, Portia Anthony Emilia and her company, Savanah Crest Investment Limited in the Nigerian Correctional facility
LGC Media Limited, an affiliate of Leadership and Governance Canada, and an indigenous firm, HOL Greenfield Nigeria Limited, have launched LGC Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) into the Nigerian pay TV market.
The title of this article was inspired by Legible CEO, Kaleeg Hainsworth’ session at the 2022 London Book Fair entitled: How the Next One Billion Internet Users Will Read Our Books
A veteran broadcaster, Mr. Yemi Sonde, has charged young professional broadcasters not to use shortcuts to achieve success but embrace hard work, dedication and prayers.
The immense potential of the Internet for social and economic good remains largely untapped despite 30 years of steady growth, according to a new report from the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the United Nations specialised agency for information and communication technologies.
The Global System for Mobile telecommunications Association (GSMA) has warned that market imbalances between network operators and online services providers could stall the growth
Poor knowledge and deployment of Information Technology (ICT) have undermined Nigeria’s policing and criminal justice system
The United States government has reached agreements with 20 major telecom companies to cut costs or raise internet broadband speeds for tens of millions of eligible households, the White House announced Monday.