(Opinion) The Nintendo Switch is just a bit shy over 1 year’s old. And while I was late to the party (not obtaining my own copy of the hybrid console until last February), it seems to have had a great lifespan – at least, according to other outlets. And it’s fair enough to assume so. … Continue reading Nintendo Switch: Where it Should Go
Pokemon GO is a augmented reality mobile game that released (without announcement) on July 6th, 2016 (in the U.S.). I was in my friend’s car when I refreshed the Google Play store, and searched ‘pokemon’ to come across its app tile in the results. When I got home, I rushed to that Play Store and … Continue reading Why Pokemon GO Falls Short
Like 2016, 2015 started with a lot of promises and big time resolution for technology companies, but unfortunately, not all those technologies made it through the year. A large number of services/technologies either died, discontinued or gradually faded away in 2015. For every success recorded in 2015, there was a complementing failure. There is no shame in it, after all, … Continue reading Firefox OS, Microsoft IE and 5 top Technologies that Died in 2015
No joke. It was announced on the Oxford Dictionaries’ blog yesterday that 2015’s word of the year is officially a pictograph, or more commonly known as a emoticon. Which emoticon? ?. Yes, the emoticon dubbed “Face with tears of joy” has been announced as the word of the year. According to the official blog post, … Continue reading Oxford’s word of the year for 2015: ?
On November 11th, 2015, “TH 2” was released for Windows 10 users to download and install. Basically, TH 2 (using the abbreviation for the Windows 10 nickname ‘Threshold‘) is the first big update for the still in-development OS. The update came with an abundance of things, for both the personal user, and DEFINITELY for enterprise … Continue reading My [condensed] experience with Windows 10 so far…
Today, Samsung announced the Exynos 8 Octa 8890 CPU processor. This is the companies second “premium” chip built on 14nm FinFET process technology. It has a custom 64-bit CPU with four custom cores and four ARM Cortex A53 CPU cores. These specs improve the performance of the processor by 30% and cause it to use … Continue reading Samsung unveils the Exynos 8 Octa CPU
The Nigerian eCommerce giants Konga has taken another step to control the Nigerian online market and reign once more in the headlines. The online mall has taken a few Nigerians by surprise when they announced recently that customers can now purchase Kia motors from their website. A special category has been specially created for this … Continue reading Buy Cars Online: Konga Cars Brings Kia Motor to your Door Step
The largest black holes found so far in the nearby universe have masses more than 10 billion times that of the sun. Astronomers have discovered the largest and most luminous black hole ever seen — an ancient monster with a mass about 12 billion times that of the sun — that dates back to when … Continue reading Discovered: Monster Black Hole Marking The Brightest And The Largest.
Your old smartphone has a greater destiny than your junk drawer. Believe it or not, you can turn it into, say, a mini-PC or media streamer. Assuming it packs both USB On The Go support (OTG) and a Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) compatible port, there’s a ton of additional functionality lurking under that its hood. … Continue reading How to turn your old phone into a basic PC with less than $25
What if you are giving a chance to live your life again? Or should I say, what if you are giving a chance to see what Windows computers look like 25 years ago? Let me walk you back to somewhere within 1992 and 1995 and unveil the hilarious Window that never was, Windows 93 Windows93 … Continue reading Hilarious Windows93 comes with an internet browser, ‘Cat Explorer’ and chat app ‘Zype’
Going to college in Nigeria could be financially cumbersome towards the end of each semester—especially when it is imperative to get a new laptop and you didn’t manage your finance during the semester. Your bank account is nearly tapped out, and you still need to buy text books, handouts and lay in enough ramen noodles … Continue reading Lenovo G505, HP 255 and 5 budget laptops for Nigerian college students—we picked the best
With the cameo of Tecno, infinix, Gionee and co, some Nigerians might have forgotten how expensive Android devices can be. Follow EwtNet as we round up the most expensive Android tablets money can buy on Nigeria e-Commerce stores. In our recent post, EwtNet staff listed a number of Android devices you can purchase for ₦9,999 or a little above that. In … Continue reading Sony & Samsung Tablets Dominate the Top 5 Most Expensive Android Tablets in Nigeria
Android is winning the mobile OS war in Nigeria, the reason for this rapid growth is not far fetched as EwtNet staff round up the top 6 ‘cheap’ Android devices you can purchase from the comfort of your home. The use of Android smartphone and tablets is rapidly becoming a norm in Nigeria. Techrez earlier … Continue reading Infinix Diamond, Ankara Q2 and 6 ‘Premium’ Affordable Android Phones/Tablets you can buy for ₦9,999+
From the oldest libraries on the Web to the modern book shelves, EwtNet has searched all corners and compiled the most thrilling places virtual bookworms can have a good read and download free E-books Since the beginning of time men has been searching for one knowledge or the other. Reading is one of the simplest … Continue reading Download Free E-books – Top 10 Online Libraries for Bookworms
Giving in to the popular “419 Scammers” tag, Paypal labeled Nigerians not too long ago, only few will believe the story of Rupert Keeley, the executive in charge of the EMEA region of PayPal, in an interview on Monday. According to a report posted on Reuters yesterday, Keeley made an official reference in an interview on Monday regarding … Continue reading Official: Paypal Storms Nigeria – How Real is it?
As a high school boy in 2007, I always use Nimbuzz on my Nokia 8080 Java phone to keep in touch with my classmates. It was quite handy as it was the only reliable way to have a live chat with my friends & contacts on Facebook—yes, back in the days, you have to refresh … Continue reading How Nimbuzz Lost to Whatsapp and BBM in the IM Battle
If you are residing within Australia, Nigeria, India, Russia or anywhere else around the world and wishes to own a U.S bank account or wanting to setup a Payoneer Debit MasterCard®. Here is the easiest way to go. The Payoneer service is a secure and convenient service that allows you to send and receive funds globally. … Continue reading How to Create a U.S Bank Account and Get a Payoneer MasterCard® Outside U.S
Every one of us are connected through some On-line medium in this ERA Advanced Internet world. The introduction of smartphones, mobile computing, advance internet facilities such as Google Glass, internet browsers, etc., has made it incredibly easy and efficient to communicate with one another when it all boils down to social networking. With every positive technology … Continue reading The Future of Social Networking: What is it Like?
Earlier today I published an infographics on things you can do with your smartphone but I didn’t mention the possibility of checking the status of your television/electronics remote control battery with your smartphone. Of course, in the modern technology it is no longer a question of ‘what you can do’ with your smartphone, it is now a … Continue reading How to Check the Power Status of Remote Control Batteries with your Smartphone
As +Brian Gardner rightly said “the social media makes you look better, and that’s the problem”: We all like to appear slicker than we actually are, just to get a few likes and comments on Facebook. Whether you are using Facebook as a business entity (page) or as an individual you can backdate your new status update, … Continue reading How to Backdate your Posts and Photos on Facebook