Social media platform, Facebook, is hoping to connect another one billion people to the Internet in the next few years with new technology, adding that improved connectivity increases
Nigeria has ranked 143rd out of 224 countries, whose broadband speeds were surveyed in the 12 months up to June 30, 2021.
The United Nations (UN), arm in charge of global telecommunications, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has called on governments in Nigeria and other parts of Africa to deepen Internet safety.
An expert in technology and promoter of digital economy, Dr. Bayero Agabi, has advised youths to shun all forms of Internet scams and embrace digital innovations, stressing that there is lot of legitimate money to be made, leveraging the Internet.
Stakeholders in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector in West Africa have agreed to embrace the universality of the Internet with the aim of deepening penetration...
A new report by Pen America, yesterday, warned of new threats to free expression and online privacy by an increasing number of countries.
Cybercrime continues to evolve with new threats surfacing every year, hence, experts have stressed the need for organisations and businesses to create awareness on cybersecurity to minimise the risk.
About 5.78 million Internet users lost access to the net from December 2020 to February 2021, statistics from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has revealed.
Telecommunications Company, Globacom, has recorded a major leap in its Internet subscriber base with a 39 per cent growth in 2020. Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), on its website, showed that the telecommunications sector grew by 22 per cent with 28,145,458 new Internet users from 125,728,328 at the end of December 2019 to 153,873,786 in…
The Internet world is like a city, jam-packed with information and resources worthy of the finest museums, but with menace for the unwary.
Cambodia's government moved to exert near-total control over the country's online life Wednesday, setting up a national internet gateway which activists say will stifle freedom of expression and block content via a China-style firewall.
New figures show that Nigeria has the highest number of internet users in all of Africa – and some of the best internet penetration in the continent, with 61.1% of our population now online. This compares to an African average of 39.3% – and just 13.9% and 12.7% in our neighbours in Chad and Guinea,…