Nigerian telecommunications company, Globacom has announced Friday, 11th of August, as free data day. To be eligible for the offer, mobile network users have to
Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, (CBN) Mr Godwin Emefiele said yesyerday ‘that the investors of the newly announced Telecom company “9Mobile” would emerge by
Like every other Nigerian industry, ICT suffers from lack of funds to fulfill creative ideas, in that vane, plans are on the way to create
The crisis rocking Etisalat Nigeria deepened yesterday with a directive from the Emirates Telecommunications Corporation (ETC), the largest shareholder in the embattled firm, that the
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said that it was not among the members of the new board of Etisalat. The Director of Public Affairs,
A drop in the value of US technology stocks has wiped billions of dollars off the net worth of some of the world’s richest people.
The Norwegian Ambassador to Nigeria, Jens-Petter Kjemprud, on Thursday, June 8, announced the readiness of the National Library of Norway to sign a letter of
Mrs Getrude Kalu, an ICT expert has called on the Federal Government to make Information Communication Technology a compulsory subject and course in schools. Kalu
Telecommunication giants in Nigeria have supported the idea by the Nigerian Communication Commission, NCC, to put consumers first before being profit oriented, as NCC launch
The Local Content policy of the Federal Government on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) would reduce the importation of ICT software into the country, the
Qualcomm Inc on Thursday, May 19 said it had demonstrated how electric vehicles could be charged wirelessly while driving, a technology some believe will help
Orange, one of the world’s leading telecommunications operators, announces today the launch of its brand in Liberia. As from today, Cellcom Liberia becomes Orange Liberia.
Rwanda’s telecom regulator, Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority (RURA) has fined MTN Rwanda, a division of the South African owned telecommunications company, $8.5 million for breaching
The Lagos State Government on Thursday, May 11 intensified its smart city initiative with the unveiling of a free public Wi-Fi at the Ndubuisi Kanu
On Tuesday, May 2, Microsoft unveiled a Surface laptop and streamlined operating software in a move aimed at regaining ground in classrooms, where Google Chromebooks
Following a crash involving one of Uber’s self-driving cars on Sunday, April 30, Uber has taken all its self-driving cars of the streets. Photos of
As announced via an official blog post, Microsoft has hired Julie Brill, former Commissioner of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to lead their privacy, data
More than 15 years after Nigeria joined the global system for mobile (GSM), the first made-in-Nigeria phone has finally debut, thus throwing the country into
Some students of Abuja University on Friday criticised telecom operators for poor service delivery and failure to abide by the rules of the regulatory body.
Indians are not taking it chill with Snapchat Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Evan Spiegel after expressing disinterest the business to ‘poor countries’ like India. Snapchat and its