This year’s gamescom holds 100% virtually and 100% free for the first time in the history of the convention. At the end of August, the whole games world will be talking about gamescom and the latest games.
Africacomicade, a platform that brings together enthusiasts and digital creatives across the games, animation, comics, and movie industry in Africa via curated events such as conventions and game jams, debuts virtually and it is very well received.
Despite the increased clamour for the 5G network, Nigeria has not fully harnessed the potential of the 4G broadband speed with a mean download speed that has peaked at 1.56Mbps across different networks and providers in the country despite the potential speed of 100Mbps for a 4G network.
Over the past two to three months, video chat applications have become the most important digital tools and in fact the de-facto resource for business continuity in the COVID-19 pandemic. The use of zoom app gained so much traction that even a Nigerian Federal High Court sat on zoom and delivered a death sentence. Talk of the unthinkable.
In a recent release by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), communication watchdog is set to establish ICT Parks in each of the six geopolitical zones.
There has been increased expectations merged with heightened anxiety across the world in recent weeks about the roll-out of the next-generation telephony network—the 5G.
June 2015, I attended a workshop organised by the Nigerian Broadcasting Association. An event organised to prepare content platform owners for the digital era.
In the face of an impending global pandemic, we have seen a surge in the use of certain technologies and a sharp reduction in the use of many others. Globally, e-hailing cab applications, for instance, have had a deep in their fortunes.
As part of her art and games world tour, Isabelle Arvers has been exploring the video art and video gaming culture in Nigeria enroute her travels to Ghana and Senegal (He will also visit Kenya, Egypt and Madagascar before leaving Africa). Her world tour has seen her in parts of Asia and Latin America.
Cassava Fintech, a Southern African company on the team of Econet Wireless has launched an app to rival the Chinese super-app, WeChat.