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The Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, yesterday expressed the determination of the commission to deepen democracy through the use of technology. He also put the number of Nigerians who have completed online voters’ pre-registration at 542,576. Yakubu, at a meeting yesterday in Abuja with the resident electoral commissioners, said: […]Read More

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Apple Blames China For Sales Forecast Cut.

US tech giant Apple has taken the rare step of slashing its quarterly sales forecast, acknowledging that demand for iPhones is slowing and confirming investor concerns that its most profitable product has lost some of its consumer appeal amid competition from cheaper rivals. In a letter to shareholders, Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said Apple’s […]Read More

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Ingressive Trains Tech-preneurs, Entertainers To Boost Innovation

A technology integration firm, Ingressive, has trained investors and techpreneurs during the Tech Meets Entertainment Summit 2018 to deepen innovation in entertainment, monetize fan bases, and collaboratively discover new solutions for the industry. The event held at Zone Tech Park, Lagos, was sponsored by Aluko&Oyebode, BookedByUs, FCMB, and GitHub, targeted developers, designers, actors, musicians and […]Read More

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NACC, Facebook train 50 SMEs in Lagos

The Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce (NACC), in collaboration with Facebook and Digivate 360 have trained over 50 SMEs on leveraging digital media to grow their businesses. Ebuka Ugochukwu, Communications Executive, NACC, in a statement on Monday in Lagos, said the training attracted participants from various sectors of the SME value chain. The statement said it […]Read More

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Nigeria Exchanges 110 Gigabyte Per Second Of Traffic Locally

Nigeria internet ecosystem has achieved a significant milestone with the exchange of 110 gigabtye per second bandwidth of traffic locally, Nigeria Communications Week has learnt. This feat represents an increase of 10,000 percent over the past five years and 40 percent of telecommunications operators and internet service providers (ISPs) traffic in the country. Nigeria Communications […]Read More