A North Korean technology company—Myohhang— recently launched a brand-new tablet that has been named after Apple’s trademarked iPad making it the first device launched out of North Korea that directly uses Apple branding. Continue reading
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
Afe from nHub and Ernest from Logical Address (a startup from nHub)
Nigeria’s commercial capital, Lagos, this wednesday is playing host to some of the top names in the ICT ecosystem at the 2016 West Africa Convergence Conference taking place at the Sheraton Hotel and Towers in Ikeja. WACC 2016 theme appropriately captures the essence of where we are and what we should seek out of Convergence. Lets “Engage, Regulate, Leverage, Live Convergence!” Says Greg K. Gbadamosi. Continue reading
Congrats to them! Plateau State is flying high! More update come soon… Continue reading
The 2016 IoT Hack Jos hackathon is currently going on in Plateau State, Nigeria. It is said to be one of the most innovative tech empowering movement going on in Nigeria, and Africa as a whole. The four day long event kicked off today with registration of the hack participants taking place at the hotel, where they will be provided with accommodation and refreshments throughout their stay for the competition. 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
Google’s Pixel hardware event is finally over! Even if the general public did not get to hear the hype, well a handful of techies heard about it?
The Google Pixel and Pixel XL, both phones sport Snapdragon 821 quad-core 2.15GHz processor, 4GB of RAM and Storage options starting at 32GB or 128GB. Both Pixel devices feature a 12-megapixel shooter in the rear with an f/2.0 aperture and a large 1.55-micron pixel sensor. Both come out of the box with Android Nougat 7.1 and are available in ‘quite’ black, ‘really’ blue, or ‘very’ silver
We are looking at a $649 price tag for the Pixel; equivalent to N259,600 with the dollar rate at N400, smiles and picks up his infinix and walks away! lol Continue reading