ISPs and broadband services have repeatedly been described as Plug ‘n’ Pray services in Nigeria. But not anymore!
After a user test of Netcom Africa’s internet speed at the Google Nigeria Day event today, I think it is safe to conclude that Netcom is the fastest ISP in Nigeria at the moment.
Just in case you think that Nokia doesn’t care (No-kia), this photo shows how much the brand cares and connects relationships together. On the other hand, Blackberry seems to be stressing the hell out of relationships these…
I’m not one who responds to ignorant criticisms of me or my work, but when someone who’s not a ‘tech blogger’ says that Nigerian technology bloggers are not relevant, it becomes necessary to put things in proper perspective.
I may have been omitted from CNN’s list of African tech voices published today, but I was delighted to receive copies of the BBC Focus on Africa Magazine (January – March 2012) edition featuring my cover story article.…
On February 7, I was contacted by Teo Kermeliotis from CNN who told me that they were “putting together a web story about some of Africa’s tech leaders to follow on Twitter” and would like to include me in the list.
Never mind that people don’t usually celebrate bloggers yet in Nigeria, just like the entertainment industry and fans do for their most talented and favourite celebs.
Here’s what Techloy.com’s mobile site looks like on a Samsung Galaxy Note. The MTN ad you see above runs on the TwinPine Network.
Image via: @odustriangle
Omatek is building a multi-billion naira factory powered by solar in Nigeria. The new solar-powered factory expected to take off immediately is the first of its kind in Africa and would be a major income revenue for the company providing 24-hour power to homes, offices, schools, hospitals and hotels.
With the goal of becoming a global digital leader, New York City has strived to create a better civil society and stronger democracy with the use of technology – engaging, serving and connecting New York since 2010. Through its Road Map for the Digital City, the city is revolutionising access to technology, encouraging open government, engagement and supporting industry.
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New Spin Palace Mobile App
Mobile usage is definitely on a great increase in the digital world. With the introduction of 4G making gaming quicker, Spin Palace have released a new near photo-realistic Tomb Raider Mobile Casino App. The game is in great stereo sound, and available to play for free. The original Tomb Raider sold over 35 million, and is still seen as an absolute classic. The game takes you to the breath taking world of lost treasures, and of course, the exceptional Lara Croft. You can play on your Android, Blackberry, iPhone or Smartphone.