Though 5G remains a somewhat nebulous concept because standards organizations have yet to formally classify it, the successor to LTE is broadly understood to be capable of gigabit speeds that rely on mmWave tech. Because mmWave transmits data at a higher frequency, and thus a smaller wavelength of between 30 GHz and 300 GHz, the technology is capable of reducing latency and expanding data transmission capacity. It also opens up possibilities for cutting down on antenna size and for packing more powerful multi-band antennas into a single device. Continue reading
Facebook is now opening up the ability for users to invite a friend for a collaborative broadcast. Think of it like a Hangouts on Air via YouTube Live — you can ask a Facebook friend to join and share the live stream screen even when you’re not in the same place. Facebook first offered this feature to public figures, but now it’ll be available for all users and Pages going live through the iOS app. Continue reading
WARRI—THE Iwere People’s Congress, IPC, Warri, Delta State, has lashed out at the Ijaw People’s Development Initiative, IPDI, and the Niger Delta Scholars, NDS, which recently faulted the claim to the ownership of Warri by the Itsekiri ethnic nationality, saying that the groups were misguided and misdirected in their eruption.
A 14-year-old secondary school student is facing trial at an Ikeja chief magistrate’s court over the defilement of his neighbour’s seven-year-old daughter. The accused, who resides with his parents in Bariga, Lagos, according to police prosecutor, Raphael Donny, broke into the toilet where the girl was easing herself, and defiled her. Continue reading
Thousands of Ariana Grande fans experienced a frightening concert experience Monday evening when two loud bangs described as “explosions” rocked the arena. sending scores of people running for safety. According to various attendees tweeting from the Manchester Arena in the United Kingdom, a loud sound was heard prompting several fans to leave the area. Police were called and rushed out to the scene. Continue reading
ABUJA—SOUTH-East Senate Caucus, yesterday, took a swipe at the Minister of Transportation, Mr Chibuike Amaechi, over the alleged deliberate exclusion of the Eastern corridor of Nigeria’s rail lines from the proposed $5.8 billion loan from China Exim Bank by the Federal Government. Continue reading
Kaduna State Government has ordered an investigation into the discovery of five locally-made AK-47 rifles and magazines in a car that was involved in an accident last week.Recall that two vehicles were involved in an accident on May 12 at Mazuga, Kachia Local Government Area and during the rescue of trapped passengers, five rifles and magazine were found in one of the vehicles. Continue reading
Like her sister Kate Middleton did for her marriage to Prince William in 2014, Pippa chose a British designer to outfit her on the big day — though the choice of the eccentric Deacon was perhaps more unexpected than Kate’s decision to go with Alexander McQueenfor her own wedding dress. Continue reading
Hmm, some legal Marijuana, by the way. It sounds a bit weird but I did read somewhere that marijuana helps hair grow and I a lot of people are using it to aid their natural hair journey. To use, you simply mix into your regular hair growth cream and watch your mane get high, lol. I do know a couple people who have used it and got acne around their hairline afterwards so be careful I guess. Continue reading
The Joint Admissions Matriculation Board (JAMB) says more than 10,000 candidates caught for examination malpractices in the on-going UTME in Anambra have been handed over to appropriate authority. Mrs Lynda Nwachukwu, the Coordinator of the board in Anambra, disclosed this in Awka on Saturday. Continue reading
Veteran politician and second republic governor of Kaduna State, Alhaji Balarabe Musa, while sharing the Igbo view that they have not had their fair share in the scheme of things in Nigeria since the time of the civil war, however, disagreed that majority of the Igbo are in support of Biafra. According to him, the number of the Igbo people asking for Biafra is not more than 10 percent. Continue reading
Scientists have found a way to remove the HIV virus from the DNA in mouse cells using CRISPR/Cas9 technology. According to the journal, Molecular Therapy, use of the technique has led to the complete elimination of infection in mouse organs and tissue after just one treatment.
Sorry we can not provide the necessary details to access the site or platform right now, we think as a company we would forward the information to Madam. So far people are calling NollyPorn and it promise to bring in over N50 Billion monthly revenue (well I think the figure could also be an estimated lie).
Until then remember that even if you delete your browser history, glo, mtn, etisalat and airtel customer care know what you are watching. LOL
Jean-Michel Basquiat’s powerful 1982 painting of a skull was sold for $110.5 million at Sotheby. The painting has become the sixth most expensive work ever sold at auction, according to The New York Times.
“He’s now in the same league as Francis Bacon and Pablo Picasso,” said the dealer Jeffrey Deitch, an expert on Basquiat. Continue reading
Will Smith, Rihanna, Kendall Jenner, Adrianna Lima, Julianne Moore, Winnie Harlow, Bella Hadid and more stars storm the red carpet of the Chopard Space Party at the 70th Cannes Film Festival held at Port Canto in Cannes, France.
The party was hosted by Chopard‘s co-president Caroline Scheufele as well as Rihanna to celebrate the launch of her collaboration with the jewellery brand, called Rihanna Loves Chopard. Continue reading