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14 Jan 2018
Phones have become a way of life for many people. This device enables modern man with hectic schedules to multi-task and undertake activities, which ordinarily would require lots of time and energy. So, it’s understandable, when some people appear unable to do without their handsets.However, despite its numerous positive attributes, there have been health worries…
25 Oct 2017
Currently, Nigeria’s smartphone penetration as at 2016 stood at 30 per cent, but there has been more adoption, especially as new and cheaper devices are entering the market, almost on a monthly basis.
30 Aug 2017
The increasing cost of repairing a damaged smart phone may trigger demand for durable phones across the globe because the market for resilient smart phones, which can take rough handling and sturdy screens...
17 Aug 2017
This year, we have seen some amazing gadgets released both locally and internationally, and best believe that more awesome gadgets are yet to come. These phones will give you a reason to start saving up in preparation for them. Here are the phones set to be released in the coming weeks: Samsung Galaxy Note 8…
2 Mar 2017
Smartphones have become a mine of personal information, holding bank data, credit card information and addresses, making them the preferred target for cybercriminals, experts warn.
11 Jan 2017
PARENTS, take note! Kids who spend a lot of time on their smartphones and computer devices may be at high risk of developing dry eye disease, scientists have warned.
31 Aug 2016
An Optometrist, Dr Henry Emelike on Wednesday urged Nigerians to desist from excessive use of smartphones devices because of their negative effect on the sight. Henry, an Optometrist at the Gwamna Awan General Hospital, Kakuri in Kaduna gave the advice in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kaduna. He said that…
31 Aug 2016
Online shopping mall, Pumoh, has announced a partnership engagement, which has made the company the exclusive distributors of UK-produced Eclipse range of feature phones, smart phones, smart tablets and smart watches in the Nigerian and African markets.
17 Aug 2016
On a daily basis, an average smartphone user in Nigeria spends about 193 minutes on the device, either browsing, texting or making calls.
25 May 2016
Last year, Samsung launched Galaxy S6 edge and S6 and few months into 2016 you are launching the Galaxy S7 edge and S7. Is the introduction of the new devices a result of less-than-stellar...
17 Dec 2015
 Obi Worldphone, the global smartphone company marked its entry into Nigeria on the 16th of December 2015 with the official unveiling of its latest smartphones – the Obi Worldphone SF1 and SJ1.5, along with an exciting line up to be introduced in the months to come. The Brand hosted a number of Nigeria's foremost bloggers,…

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