Microsoft announced Wednesday it would let go up to 1,850 employees and a Finnish union called it the end of the company’s smartphone manufacturing business, bought from Finnish telecom equipment maker Nokia.Read More
Smart phone maker, Alcatel has disclosed plans to support Daydream, a platform for high-performance mobile virtual reality (VR) recently unveiled at the Google’s annual developer conference, Google I/O.Read More
Alcatel Nigeria ha s announced the introduction of a brand-new PIXI experience, the PIXI 4 family smart phone series that offers premium entry-level smartphones and tablets with a comprehensive user experience in design, audio, camera and battery life.Read More
THE present economic realities occasioned by the dwindling oil revenue and scarce foreign exchange may have come down hard on the telecommunications sector of the economy. “This appears more dangerous considering that the sector has continuously been described as the mainstay of the economy after oil. “Practitioners in the sector, have however, asked the government to act fast to arrest the drive before the major hopes of stabilizing the economy diminish to leave it further down the woods.Read More
THE Minister for Communications, Barr. Abdur-Adebayo Shittu says Nigeria currently requires more satellites to enable the ComSat-1R offer better serves to Nigeria in the areas of telecommunications services and broadband penetration.Read More
THE Federal government has said plans to move the Information and Communications sector forward has been perfected and ready to be rolled out. The plans are contained in the Communications sector road map and the e-government master plan, which the Minister of Communications, Adebayo Shittu just revealed, was ready for implementation.Read More
THE Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria (CPN) has made a startling revelation over the huge revenue the government of Nigeria has been losing to non regulation of Information Technology businesses. President of the Council, Mr Vincent Asor said that if the federal government can check activities of non registered IT professionals, the council could raise over N4.5 billion yearly.Read More
Last year, Tecno released its flagship mobile phone in the Camon series, the Camon C8, which boasted an unmatched camera quality among other thrilling features.Read More
To help scale their solutions to increase affordable internet access in communities in underserved markets, Technology giant, Microsoft yesterday disclosed that it has awarded seed grants and resources to 12 small businesses in 11 countries including Nigeria, Botswana, Malawi, Rwanda and Uganda.
Microsoft’s Affordable Access Initiative aims to democratize access to the Internet through grants, commercial partnerships, connecting new leaders and community engagement.
After three years of research and innovation, Dell has announced the completion of the Storage Center Operating System 7, an innovative platform which will further redefine the economics of enterprise storage by accelerating the industry shift to modern, flash-based architectures.Read More
After the successful launch of its “10 minutes to charge” G.Power smartphone in Nigeria recently, global innovation and ICT solutions provider, Huawei has launched two affordable mid-range devices, the Huawei GR3 and Huawei GR5, targeting among others young and vibrant professionals on the move.Read More
Technology giant, Microsoft in partnership with Dynamiss Digital Learning Solutions Limited, a teaching and learning digital solutions company and Learning Possibilities, the largest learning solutions provider in United Kingdom, last week in Lagos launched the anticipated LP+365 learning solution.Read More
Dirk Henke, is the Manging Director, Emerging Markets, Criteo. At the just occluded Mobile West Africa 2016 conference held in Lagos, he unfolded the company’s plans for the African markets and explained that while buying online with desk top is declining, buying online through the mobile phone will help a lot in driving the growth of e-commerce in Nigeria.Read More
Committed to building local knowledge and understanding in the Nigerian market, one of the leading provider of innovative mission-critical communication solutions and services, Motorola Solutions, Inc has given boost to the Nigerian industries with the launch of next-generation communication solutions. The solutions showcased in Nigeria during the Channel Partners engagement sessions held yesterday in Lagos offers suite of new communications tools for Nigerian market including radios, software and services.Read More