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Phone or Tab? | Tecno PhonePad 3 phablet ‘arrives Nigeria’

ecno says it has launched its premium Tecno PhonePad 3 phablet in Lagos under fresh Nigerian consumer tech market expansion plans by the Chinese phone maker. According to the device maker, the Tecno PhonePad 3 phablet is made for the business elite to facilitate business communications and productivity for its users on-the-go. Equipped with a 13MP […]

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TheCable of Nigeria lands MacArthur Foundation grants

heCable, Nigeria’s fast-growing online newspaper, has received a grant from The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation to advance investigative journalism in the country. Simon Kolawole, CEO of TheCable, had early this month announced that TheCable’s partner, Cable Newspaper Journalism Foundation (CNJF), won a three-year grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation […]

Phone or Tab? | Tecno PhonePad 3 phablet ‘arrives Nigeria’

MainOne CEO asks Nigerian businesses to ‘disrupt’

Funke Opeke, CEO of MainOne, has asked Nigerian businesses to embrace disruptive technology to weather the nation’s economic downturn. The MainOne CEO said this in Lagos when the tech company, for the first time in Nigeria, showcased Microsoft HoloLens, the world’s first self-contained holographic computer running Windows 10 at MainOne’s Nerds Unite 2017 event. Opeke also said the […]

Phone or Tab? | Tecno PhonePad 3 phablet ‘arrives Nigeria’

Nigeria PC market to face ‘slow growth’, IDC says

Nigerian PC market will experience slow growth linked to oil prices as Africa’s PC market experienced a mild decline in Q4 2016 to total 3.2 million units, global tech research and consultancy, International Data Corporation (IDC), says. “With crude oil prices not showing any signs of strong growth in the near future, PC demand in […]

Phone or Tab? | Tecno PhonePad 3 phablet ‘arrives Nigeria’

Govt finally wades in to ‘oversee’ Internet in Nigeria

  The Federal Government says it can no longer stand aloof with growing local online communities and is now to oversee Internet in Nigeria. Nigeria is home to a growing connected communities counting 155,064,812 active phones and Internet users split among GSM networks, (91,274,446); CDMA networks, (30,309) and ISPs (390,794), according to January 2017 market […]

Phone or Tab? | Tecno PhonePad 3 phablet ‘arrives Nigeria’