Since Encipher’s INYE 2 was announced, we’ve been waiting for its release date.
We have now confirmed that the second version of the Nigerian android-powered tablet would be unveiled at the G-Nigeria Day event on May 3-4, 2011. G-Nigeria…
We’ve been in huge anticipation, as we are guessing you’ve been for the release of Inye 2.
When we heard that the Inye 2 tablet would be due for release end of March, we got more excited.…
If you’re one of those anticipating the release of Inye 2, we are hearing that the tablet is due for release end of March.
The Encipher Inye 2 tablet, we’ve also learned, is coming with some cool features and…
Encipher has announced that they’re in talks with several content providers for the INYE tablet and Encipher TV.
As we countdown to The Future Awards 2011 ceremony on January 30th, we take a look at the strongest contenders for the ‘Best Use of Technology’ award category.
The highly controversial final list of the Future Awards 2011 which…
Have you ever wanted to surf the internet on your TV? Or perhaps you’d like to watch HD movies, access local content or render android apps on TV?
Encipher, the cloud computing company that released its own tablet, INYE…
While we’re still envisaging the success of the Encipher tablet, it seems that more Nigerian companies have started to show interest in tablet computers.
Today, Microscale Embedded
After about four months of announcing the Encipher Tablet, Inye, the startup company that provides cloud computing services, is pre-releasing an alpha version of the InyeReader.
The InyeReader v0.1 is an application that runs on Android 2.2 and allows you…
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