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Nokia, TD Mobile Partner To Deepen Ghana Mobile Access

IT NEWS NIGERIA:   Sub-Saharan Africa’s biggest mobile devices distributor, TD Mobile has officially launched its operations in Ghana with its appointment as exclusive distributors of NOKIA mobile phones in the West African country, a development both companies believe will deepen the rate of technology diffusion and mobile devices penetration in Ghana.   The well-attended event held at the prestigious ...

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TECNO Mobile Unveils Phantom 8 In Nigeria Market

IT NEWS NIGERIA: TECNO Mobile, Africa’s leading mobile phone maker, today unveiled its latest flagship device, the PHANTOM 8 in Lagos. The Mobile tech giant has also partnered with SLOT Systems to deliver extra value to all its customers.   Since the inception of the PHANTOM, the series has increasingly transformed in all ramifications and the PHANTOM 8 is not ...

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Nigeria: UNN Launches Laptop Assembly Complex

  Emembolu’s Innovation Puts UNN on Global Map As Lion Laptop Assembly Complex is Unveiled The complex to employ over 500   IT NEWS NIGERIA: University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) has commissioned Nigeria’s first indigenous laptop assembly complex in Enugu State, South Eastern Nigeria.   The institution unveiled the complex during the University Founders’ Day held last Friday 6th of ...

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Missing Phone: Teenager set Ablaze In Enugu

…his master has been arrested —Police Tragedy struck at Ifoh Field in Abakpa area of Enugu State, Monday, when a man, who lost his phone while charging it in a shop, allegedly set his teenage apprentice on fire.   An eyewitness said the suspect, identified as Kelechi, poured petrol on the body of his apprentice, Junior, and lit him up. ...

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iPhone X: How Vulnerable Is User?

  *The new iPhone’s facial recognition system and the high-tech function can easily deliver the device and its owner’s data into the wrong hands   IT NEWS NIGERIA: Mobile enthusiasts are overtaken by the new iPhone’s facial recognition system, but the high-tech function has a dangerous side.   An expert Julio Cesar Fort told RT news that the progressive technical ...

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Google Launches Ice 2 Smartphone In Nigeria Today

IT NEWS NIGERIA: Google has Launched Ice 2, an affordable smartphone for Nigeria market in Lagos today. IT NEWS NIGERIA gathered that the device designed specifically for the Nigerian market is the latest Google. Recently, Sundar Pichai, the Chief Executive Officer of Google, is quoted as drawing attention to the new phone.   The deivce is expected to have a ...

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Meet World’s First $1000 Mobile Device, iPhone 8

IT NEWS NIGERIA:   Apple Inc. has unveiled the long awaited iPhone 8. The latest device is said to boast of face recognition and wireless charging technology. Most importantly, it marks the entry of over $1000 device in global mobile market.   IT NEWS NIGERIA gathered that the names will be iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.   ...

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Nigerian Lawmaker Says Mobile Phones Not For Children

IT NEWS NIGERIA:   A House of Representatives member, Rep. Joan Mrakpor (Delta-PDP) has cautioned against the purchase of cell phones for kids especially those in primary schools.   Mrakpor told newsmen on Wednesday in Abuja that parents should ensure that their children or wards do not take phones to schools as it would serve as a form of distraction. ...

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Office Sealing: Samsung Reacts, Says To Reach Resolution With SON

* Action due to miscommunication regarding products registration *To reach amicable resolution Soon IT NEWS NIGERIA: Samsung Electronics West Africa has confirmed that its office in Lagos was yesterday besieged by the Standards Organization of Nigeria (SON), a statement said today. It added that SON’s action was apparently due to a miscommunication between both parties regarding the registration of products ...

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5 Things To Consider Before Buying That Child Expensive Device

CONTRIBUTED: The current generation of kids are a smart, precocious bunch. Owing perhaps to their wide-eyed curiosity, innate awareness, learning aptitude, pace of civilization/societal development and of course the influence of technology, these young ones display a greater sense of exposure at much tender ages than older generations. According to the Research and Development Unit of Yudala, Nigeria’s fastest growing ...

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