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Nigeria mulls ‘business whitelist’ to boost Internet stakes

Nigeria is developing a business whitelist programme to boost confidence in local business operating on the borderless Internet marketplace, the nation’s Internet domain name manager says. Sunday Folayan, President of the multistakeholder group that manages Nigeria’s .ng Internet name, the Nigerian Internet Registration Association (NIRA), says the proposed Nigerian Business whitelist is a national response […]

First Bank e-learning service plugs gap for students in COVID-19 era

Nigeria ranked ‘rising star’ of African e-commerce sector

Nigeria has been ranked the rising star of Africa’s fast-growing e-commerce sector with the economy topping all other African nations by number of Internet users and mobile phone owners. The African business to consumer (B2C) e-commerce sector is expected to rise as a result of increased Internet penetration, improved infrastructure and especially the increase in […]

First Bank e-learning service plugs gap for students in COVID-19 era

#NGTF2015: More fundings to fuel Nigerian tech startups in 2015, Onuegbu says

[su_heading size=”14″ align=”left”] Collins Onuegbu, Executive Vice Chairman, Signal Alliance, in this article for the Nigeria Technology Forecast 2015 (#NGTF2015) the technology thought leadership annual by Technology Times, offers insights into Top 10 Key Trends that will shape and define the Nigerian technology landscape in 2015 and beyond.[/su_heading]   2015 will be the year driven by the […]

Coronavirus ‘threatens African smartphone shipments’

Global smartwatch market to reach $29.6b by 2020 amid Chinese trend

The entry of Chinese electronics manufacturers in smartwatch market is expected to result in mass production of smartwatches helping low-end smartwatches segment to grow, in one of the key trends that will drive global market into the $29.6 billion region by 2020, according to a new report. The global smartwatch market was valued at $ 701.2 […]

Coronavirus ‘threatens African smartphone shipments’