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.
The world is powered by open source software. It is a hidden cornerstone of modern civilization and the shared heritage of all humanity. The mission of the GitHub Archive Program is to preserve open-source software for future generations.
Nested in the heart of Ikoyi, Lagos, Google Developers Space will house the Google Launchpad Accelerator programme. support developer meetups, and empower people through digital skills training.
Enter Africa, Goethe Institut and SpielFabrique have announced that three studios out of the 6 finalists have been declared winners of the Enter Africa competition for the quality of their African video game concepts.
Amaka Igwe has joined the league of Nigerian heroes who have been celebrated by Google doodle. Doodles are the fun, surprising, and sometimes spontaneous changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists, pioneers, and scientists.
The Lagos State Internal Revenue Service (LIRS) launched a reveneue collection platfor Qpay, with a quick search page for tax records of all Lagos taxpayers (https://lagos.qpay.ng/TaxPayer) that contains details such as names, home address, phone numbers, and emails of tax payers, all accessible to the general public.