This month, we launch a new feature that I’m hoping will be regular: a weekly round-up of the biggest technology stories both locally and globally. Now by biggest, I mean stories that got our attention big time.
It is no longer news that Nokia’s market share has been suffering.
Even the company’s CEO once said that Nokia is failing to compete and losing ground to competitors such as Apple and Google.
Today, Nokia and Microsoft officially…
After watching Apple’s iPad success, it seems that more companies have started to show interest in tablet computers.
While Apple is yet to acquire the monopoly in the tablet market, huge companies such as Microsoft, Nokia &…
In what seems like a super Christmas deal, Microsoft, the world’s largest software company is offering Microsoft Office 2007 Student and Home Edition at N6,500.00 for 6 weeks starting from the 15th of December.
It’s been about 100 days since BarCamp Nigeria gathered software and mobile applications developers, technology enthusiasts and entrepreneurs in Lagos, Nigeria where discussions on building a tech community in Nigeria amongst others were highlighted.
- Sim Shagaya: “We Should Have Been Better Prepared.”
- Konga’s Site Suffers Epic Crash Over Traffic Surge During Its #FallYakataSales
- 10 Tips and Tricks For Shopping Online This Season
- TECNO Inks Deal With Blackberry To Pre-load BBM On Its New Phones
- Nigeria’s 4G Service, SWIFT Offers 5% Data Credit If You Make Online Payments
- The scorpion and the frog: Who wins as Facebook makes tweaks to its newsfeed algorithms?
- Netflix open sources its data traffic cop, Suro
- New Relic, getting IPO ducks in a row, brings on Salesforce.com vet
- E.W. Scripps acquires video news service Newsy for $35 million
- Scientists have figured out why low-cost organic solar cells lose their efficiency over time
- 4 massive trends and events that completely changed the face of tech in 2013
- Apple’s app diet: how it took a step backwards with iLife and iWork
- South African entrepreneurs take a bow: a North American’s perspective
- Web hosting: the complete beginner’s guide
- Miley, Mandela and the Harlem Shake: the biggest posts on Facebook this year
- Amazon’s Kindle FreeTime Becomes An Even Better Babysitter, With New Educational Feature That Tells Kids To “Learn First,” Play Later
- DreamRoomer And MeDesk Take The Honours At TechCrunch Moscow 2013
- Zofari Debuts A “Pandora For Places” On iPhone & Android
- Google Starts Testing Paid +Post Ads For Google+ Content With Launch Partners Toyota And Cadbury
- Square Reveals A Thinner Credit Card Reader With Higher Accuracy And More Device Compatibility
- Microsoft Research’s social network Socl launches on Android, iOS, and Windows Phone
- Flipboard adds Reuters to its social reader app
- Microsoft confirms Windows 7 sales ended on October 30, PCs with Windows 7 don’t yet have an end of sales date
- Groupon acquires social gifting service Boomerang for its new Freebies category
- 5 ways to improve your website’s conversion rate
- Facebook, Google, Twitter, and more create the Reform Government Surveillance coalition
- Obama kicks off CS Education Week with Code.org: ‘Don’t just play on your phone, program it’
- Why mobile payment systems fail
- Will all-in-one electric bicycle wheels swamp electric cars?
- Everything visible: How wearable cameras are changing the way we think about public space
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