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Firm introduces anti-theft app ‘efphonetaxi’ to protect phone owners

By Juliet Umeh A multi-national technology company, EF Network Nigeria Ltd has introduced an anti-theft application to check stolen or lost phones in Nigeria. The app, ‘efphonetaxi,’ is designed to protect phone owners against theft and re-sales of stolen smartphones. Explaining how the app operates, the company said the app helps retrieve and send the user’s
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With TATUP cards, our banks are now in our phone

By Flora Dike The more than fifty million underserved and unbanked population in Nigeria and West Africa at large can now heave a sigh of relief with the introduction of the new and convenient cash deposit cards by TATUP International Services Limited, a registered banking agent that produces limited and personalised banking and financial services
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Factory setting

My phone ‘died’ on me for nearly two weeks last month. It was an unnerving experience. Unnerving because I didn’t realise how dependent I am – we all are – on that little flat gadget we can’t seem to let out of our sight for a second. It is, for many, more faithful than a dog, more intimate than a lover and more efficient than a secretary. Unfortunately, it could also be more addictive than cocaine. It is the ultimate alter ego. Embedded in those tiny chips is the entire life of their users including secrets they would not want even their best friends to know. Phones come in various shapes and sizes. But whatever the shape or sophistication, the aim is the same; to take over the life of their owners. And we willingly let them. To the extent that all you need is a day with someone’s phone and you would be able to profile the person accurately enough to live in that person’s world comfortably.

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