Jos based technology hub, nHub and V8, a Lagos based co-working space are among the locations in Nigeria where Google Hash Code for 2017 will be held.
Hash Code is a team-based programming competition where participants solve problems presented by Google engineers and top scoring teams win prizes.
The competition will be in two rounds – online and final. The online qualification round sees teams solve a real-life challenge using their own PCs and programming language and tools of their choice. Continue reading
Twitter is officially killing Vine.
According to a blog post on Medium, the microblogging company will be discontinuing the massively popular short video app within the coming months. The announcement comes hot on the heels of Twitter announcing massive layoffs across the board, with plans of cutting almost nine percent of its workforce (or roughly 350 people). Continue reading
This is aweome! As expected, today’s event at Apple’s Cupertino headquarters was all about the MacBook Pro and it didn’t disappoint. And the highlight? That uber-hyped OLED touch strip. Continue reading
TechCrunch Disrupt, who will be the next UNICORN! Over the last two days, over 5,000 attendees along with some aliens online, have watched 25 companies fight it out for the right to call themselves the Startup Battlefield Winner at Disrupt SF 2016.These are the six companies that remain:
Say no more the chain reaction to kick out the headphones out of existence has started thanks to Apple, who just unveiled their latest device the Iphone 7. So I guess just like how Apple made a come back with the tablet in the past, they are making a come back now with the wireless but chargeable Bluetooth/WiFi ear buds AKA airbuds. Continue reading