Itel has rolled out its Able 1 Notebook laptops and they are one of the sleekest devices to use. The Able 1Notebook was launched in July 2021 and is already gaining market entry into Nigeria.
Internet subscribers in Nigeria consume over 80,000 terabytes (80 million gigabytes) of data per month. The Executive Vice Chairman (EVC) of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof Umar Danbatta revealed this while addressing complaints from users regarding sharp data depletion by network providers.
eNaira website goes live days ahead of October 1 launch
Nigerian e-commerce startup, Bumpa has raised $200,000 in a pre-seed funding round.
When American telecom giant, AT&T, concluded a deal to combine its content unit—WarnerMedia, with Discovery, to herald the emergence of Hollywood’s biggest studio, with the sole aim to strategically position the conglomerate to compete with content behemoths like Netflix and Disney, it sent a subtle message to the world of entertainment that creative content was the new gold mines—next frontier, in need of explorers.
With Berekete, customers can satisfy their browsing and talking needs from the same recharge.
The pandemic has put the emphasis on banks cutting costs and digitization, with customers handling transactions on their phones and computers instead of queues at crowded bank branches. This puts the emphasis squarely on mobile money, fintech, and digital currencies. Banks and fintech companies are jostling for positions, sometimes working together, sometimes poaching business, and competing intensely to recruit top IT staff.
Facebook, in a statement, said #NoFalseNewsZone is an educational campaign focused on helping people identify false news and educate them on the actions to take to help minimize its spread in Nigeria.
An indelible and beautiful memory of BudgIT was sleeping on the couch of my co-founder, Joseph Agunbiade, watching him seek that elusive tweak that fixes our broken website again. Something needed an improvement on our website and with a three-person team huddled on the table in Co-Creation Hub, we dreamt of putting budgets in the hands of the people and working to ensure service delivery for the underserved.
Last week saw the South African release of another low-cost, high-spec smartphone from a brand that has worked its way into the hearts of the rest of the continent.