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African Girls Can CODE wants to check gender divide

The African Girls Can CODE Initiative (AGCCI) has been launched to help bridge the gender divide by encouraging girls and young women across Africa to take up careers in the information and communication technology (ICT) sector. ITU and UN Women, in collaboration with the African Union Commission announced the launch African Girls Can CODE, a four-year […]

Nigeria’s broadband plan: State Governors are crucial to success, Technology Times Founder says

ICT, game changer for job creation in Nigeria, BudgiT says

BudgiT, a major provider of public data has predicted that Information and Communication  Technology (ICT) will be a major game changer in creating job  for the teeming unemployed youths in Nigeria. Technology adoption will greatly accelerate the pace of development in Nigeria, facilitate increased non-oil trade and also  enhance the digital economy, Mr Samuel Atiku,Head of […]

Data Protection in Nigeria: 11 facts you should know

ITU assigns frequency band for mobile broadband

The ITU World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-15) underway in Geneva has allocated frequency band for mobile broadband across the world to extend affordable service to underserved communities. WRC-15 holding at the International Convention Centre Geneva (CICG) took the key decision that will provide enhanced capacity for mobile broadband in the 694-790 MHz frequency band in ITU Region-1 covering Europe, […]

Data Protection in Nigeria: 11 facts you should know

ITU allocates radio spectrum for global flight tracking

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) 2015 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-15) holding in Geneva has reached agreement on the allocation of radiofrequency spectrum for global flight tracking in civil aviation, in a decision taken following the disappearance and tragic loss of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 in March 2014. According to ITU, the frequency band 1087.7-1092.3 MHz […]

Nigeria’s broadband plan: State Governors are crucial to success, Technology Times Founder says