Apple’s new campus has a name and a move-in date. With that said i will put in a little Yass! for Tim Cook..
On Wednesday, Apple announced that its 175-acre ring-shaped futuristic campus will be called “Apple Park” and employees will being occupying it in April, although construction will continue through the summer. By the end of this year, Apple expects to move more than 12,000 employees into the new Cupertino campus. Continue reading
The funniest thing about this news is that Nigerians are probably thinking of possible ways to bring the dollar and pounds rates down and Americans are just busy wishing for aliens.
Seven Earth-sized planets with the potential to contain liquid water have been discovered orbiting a dwarf star, and three of them are “firmly located” in the habitable zone, NASA announced Wednesday. Continue reading
Getting into the issue that my Canon camera is still wounded and helps, is something i must do until help comes, is something I must do!
So I got to review the Gionee S6 a while back and it was pretty cool, yes I know the phone is a little bit old but you have to remember that Nigeria do not produce this phones and it takes time for me to lay my hands on it. The Gionee S6 is a pretty straight forward phone with lots of “not too many pre installed apps” (Yeh! More space!). But, if you want to know more watch the video and remember to subscribe to the channel.
Speculating about Apple’s next iProduct is part of the fun and imagining how the adopted technology would be rendered via Apple’s design scheme. Many muse that Apple’s next big endeavor will be a car, which isn’t surprising given the automotive market’s focus on shifting from fuel to electric. Continue reading
Since e-commerce began threatening stores last decade, retailers have been trying to make their locations operate more like the web. Yet despite splurging on the latest bells and whistles, they’ve mostly failed and fallen further behind their online rivals.
Recent efforts—such as QR codes, which call up merchandise information when scanned with a smartphone, and internet kiosks, where shoppers can browse a retailer’s online store—are either too far ahead of, or behind, shoppers technologically, so they haven’t been embraced, says Brendan Witcher, an expert on retail strategies at Forrester. Continue reading
Thinking of finally launching that startup in this year, 2017? You’d be in for a ride, especially if you are a dropout college student in Africa.
One of the most important things is actually forming the company, which is something startup founders sometimes forget to do. I always think of the scene in Silicon Valley where he gets his first investor check and he goes to the bank and says, “I want to deposit this,” and the bank says, “You don’t have a company.” That’s something we’ll often see with founders. They’ll think about trademarking their name, or they’ll think about setting up their website before actually setting up the entity. Continue reading
when Facebook had its initial public offering, it was making no ad money from mobile at all. What a difference half a decade makes.
According to the company’s latest earnings released today, mobile advertising accounted for 84 percent of its 2016 fourth-quarter revenue—up from 80 percent during the same period the previous year. Continue reading
4G was the saviour the angle of slow possibilities we did not see coming like a Santa Claus in the times of a recessive and arrogant internet connections. The promise of super-fast 4G services sounds was like the berlin wall falling in nigeria, which is why most people were gullible enough to splurge on 4G-enabled phones, forgetting that 2G was like 0.9G , 3G was like 0.99G, not to think of 4G. Do you know that some countries were using 4g since 2005!? But why is Nigeria different? Continue reading
The Federal Government of Nigeria intends to acquire two new satellites to add to the existing satellites — Nigeria Sat 1 and Nigeria Sat-X (Built exclusively by Nigerian scientists) — in the orbit.
Airtel has sent out official press release to refute the story of their possible exit from Africa.
Airtel isn’t leaving Africa anytime soon.
As a matter of fact, Airtel increased its ownership of Airtel Nigeria in November after purchasing Econet Wireless Limited’s 4.2% shareholding.
Interestingly, this isn’t the first time a story of their exit has been published. In 2015, a similar story came up, which Airtel later refuted.
So where are this story coming from, and why do the keep popping up like juicy pimples ? Continue reading
Diamond Bank has moved a step higher in the digital sphere by hitting a milestone of two million subscribers each on the Diamond Mobile App and Diamond Y’ello account.
It will be recalled that on February 2016, Diamond Bank hit the one million mark on its Mobile app, making it the most preferred mobile banking app in the industry. Continue reading
Ok, I am officially going to start watching Stars Wars from the beginning, this time around, we need to get our sci-fi knowledge checked and sharped for the sake of arguing with random people on scientific discoveries… How will you feel when a doctor comes to tell you don’t worry, but you might just be a hologram. Me too, along with with everyone you’ve ever met and will meet, your home, your neighbourhood, your city, and in fact everything in the entire Universe. Continue reading
While Samsung is still busy strategizing the release of the Samsung S8, also know as the phone that should not blow up or imprint the Samsung logo on your body, like some sought of cult initiation lol. Gionee is fiercely trying to grab their own share of the African mobile market landscape from the supreme cheap overseer Itel. Continue reading
Paying your electric bills in Nigeria, has always been difficult. You have to trek or drive to very far offices, just to pay your electric bill, and sometimes the transportation fee could even pay for your electric bill twice over. Continue reading
And just the other day I was asking my friend if we can create our own email plugin, well it is not about having ideas but actually following them through! The impact of Email marketing on businesses cannot be over emphasized as business transactions, news, feedback, updates, invoices, adverts are just a mail away today. Mailguru, an email marketing automation platform, first of its kind in Nigeria, aims at making email marketing campaigns easy to use and affordable for all, so businesses, bloggers, and everyone needing to send a mass email can create and send beautiful emails customers would love. Continue reading