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WhatsApp messenger to stop working on more phones WhatsApp messenger to stop working on more phones

WhatsApp Messenger will be ending support on some more mobile platforms to focus efforts on mobile platforms the vast majority of peopl...

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NCC plans to develop local content policy to reduce youth unemployment – EVC NCC plans to develop local content policy to reduce youth unemployment – EVC

Prof. Umar Danbatta, Executive Vice-Chairman (EVC), Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says the commission is ready to fully deve...

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Group tasks government on Internet affordability Group tasks government on Internet affordability

A digital rights advocacy group, Paradigm Initiative, on Sunday urged the government to ensure affordable Internet in Nigeria, especial...

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We’ll enact policies for fintech innovation — FG We’ll enact policies for fintech innovation — FG

Mr Lanre Osibona, Senior Special Assistant to the President on ICT, says Federal Government plans to enact policies that will encourage i...

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Microsoft surges toward trillion-dollar value as profits rise Microsoft surges toward trillion-dollar value as profits rise

Microsoft said profits climbed in the past quarter on its cloud and business services as the US technology giant saw its market value cl...

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Six common habits that may damage your smartphone Six common habits that may damage your smartphone

Smartphone is one device that has helped improved daily productivity, communication and even entertainment for modern the man. As close...

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SIM card swapping: ‘Beware of fraudsters’ new tricks’ SIM card swapping: ‘Beware of fraudsters’ new tricks’

The Oyo State Police Command yesterday advised the public to be vigilant in order not to fall victim to new tricks used by fraudsters to ...

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‘Users have moved to other platforms’ — BlackBerry Messenger shuts down on May 31 ‘Users have moved to other platforms’ — BlackBerry Messenger shuts down on May 31

Blackberry has announced that its messaging platform will be shut down on May 31, because “users have moved on to other platforms, while...

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Facebook confirms uploading 1.5 million users’ email accounts without consent Facebook confirms uploading 1.5 million users’ email accounts without consent

The social media giant, Facebook, uploaded the contact details of 1.5 million new users without their permission in the last three yea...

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Active subscribers to mobile services in Nigeria reduce Active subscribers to mobile services in Nigeria reduce

The number of active subscribers to mobile services in Nigeria has reduced by 348,778 in February 2019, latest monthly subscribers’ data ...

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Internet users hits 114.7m in February Internet users hits 114.7m in February

Internet users in Nigeria increased marginally to more than 114,752,357 million in February 2019, the Nigerian Communications Commission...

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Microsoft urges businesses to adopt cloud computing Microsoft urges businesses to adopt cloud computing

Microsoft Nigeria has urged businesses in the country to adopt cloud computing to enable firms reduce operating costs, run infrastructur...

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NITDA reiterates support to ICT startups NITDA reiterates support to ICT startups

The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) on Monday in Abuja reiterated its commitment toward supporting Informatio...

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Snapchat launches own multi-player gaming platform Snapchat launches own multi-player gaming platform

Messaging app Snapchat, which is widely popular among younger users but has struggled to turn a profit since its creation in 2011, on Th...

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How to activate WhatsApp new privacy settings How to activate WhatsApp new privacy settings

WhatsApp has rolled out new privacy settings for Groups in order to help prevent spam group invites that is a pain for so many users. ...

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NCC resumes Do Not Disturb directive NCC resumes Do Not Disturb directive

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says it has resumed the direction to Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) on Do-Not-Disturb (DND...

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FG saves N24.7bn monthly through IT— NITDA DG FG saves N24.7bn monthly through IT— NITDA DG

Dr Isah Pantami, Director General, National Information Technology Development (NITDA) says the Federal Government saves N24.7 billion m...

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Judge recommends partial ban on iPhone imports to US Judge recommends partial ban on iPhone imports to US

An International Trade Commission judge on Tuesday ruled that Apple violated a Qualcomm chipmaker patent and said she will recommend bann...

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‘Mobile phones can be used to conduct elections’ — AMCODET ‘Mobile phones can be used to conduct elections’ — AMCODET

The Association of Communication Device Technicians of Nigeria (AMCODET) says the group is working and analysing the possibility of usi...

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Beware of information you divulge on social media – NCC Beware of information you divulge on social media – NCC

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has urged Nigerians to be cautious of information they divulged to people on the social me...

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