PayPal will Fully Accept Nigeria only when their US Allies has Ignored them

After waiting for a little over a decade, PayPal arrived Nigeria in 2014 – arrived Nigeria with a half-baked service. A service that does little than market foreign products to Nigerians and prevent Nigerians from marketing theirs. From the first day they stepped into the Nigerian Market, the intent was quite clear. To make maximum profit … Continue reading PayPal will Fully Accept Nigeria only when their US Allies has Ignored them

MTN Data Plans and Subscription Codes – Complete List with Text and USSD

Compilation of the latest MTN data plans for PC, Android, iOS, iPhone and other devices. Glo recently upgraded their data plans, MTN has followed in similar direction. With the new MTN data plans, you can get 3.5GB for N2,00 and 10GB for just N5,000. Even though critics may argue that Glo offers more, the new … Continue reading MTN Data Plans and Subscription Codes – Complete List with Text and USSD

Glo Data Plans and Subscription Codes – Full List for Monthly, Weekly, Daily & Campus Data Plans

Compilation of the latest Glo data plans for PC, Android, iOS, iPhone and other devices. If you are thinking of using the internet on your PC or you consume large volume of data monthly, the glo monthly data plan is for you. The new monthly data rate is both reliable and affordable – over 24GB data … Continue reading Glo Data Plans and Subscription Codes – Full List for Monthly, Weekly, Daily & Campus Data Plans

Vodafone Qatar Internet Data Plans – Internet Packs & Recharge Codes

A compilation of Vodafone Qatar recharge codes for daily, weekly and monthly internet data plans Just moved into Qatar? Here is a list of Vodafone Qatar internet pack activation and deactivation codes. We have selected all the offers in place and grouped them into daily, weekly and monthly plans. With this page, you will be able to … Continue reading Vodafone Qatar Internet Data Plans – Internet Packs & Recharge Codes

Firefox OS, Microsoft IE and 5 top Technologies that Died in 2015

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

“We Took Down Trump Tower’s website”, Anonymous Claims

A group of cyber activist has claimed that it downed Donald Trump’s website after the later said the United States government should ban muslims from entering the US. The statement has since triggered missed reaction around the globe including a threat YouTube video by Anonymous – a group of online activist allegedly fighting ISIS the cyber way – citing … Continue reading “We Took Down Trump Tower’s website”, Anonymous Claims

Mozilla Ends Marketing & Further Development of Firefox OS for Smartphone

The buzz is real! Mozilla is putting an end to the development of Firefox OS for smartphone.  Following rumours and tweets in the social media, Techcrunch has published a post that confirms that Firefox OS will no longer be developed for smartphones. This unwillingness of Mozilla to continue their quest for mobile phone democracy which let … Continue reading Mozilla Ends Marketing & Further Development of Firefox OS for Smartphone

New Google ‘Feature’ now Allows you to Bookmark Image Searches for Future Reference

Normally, the images you looked up on Google’s image search page usually disappears the moment you close your browser/tab. However, Google has introduced a new feature that will let you bookmark an item and add it to a collection for easy future access when next you visit the page or better still, search it directly … Continue reading New Google ‘Feature’ now Allows you to Bookmark Image Searches for Future Reference

Sweden Government Unwilling to Place Ban on The Pirate Bay

After one month of intense debate, a Swedish court has ruled that it cannot force ISPs to block their customers’ access to file-sharing site The Pirate Bay. Reports reaching us says that TheLocal.se and safeguards citizens’ access to the site, despite it being used to distribute copyrighted material. Pirate Bay for the past 10 years … Continue reading Sweden Government Unwilling to Place Ban on The Pirate Bay

Google Invests In Mobvoi, Its Android Wear Partner In China

Google’s services are not available in China, but that isn’t stopping it from making a significant investment in a company based on Chinese soil. The U.S. search giant is backing Mobvoi, a three-year-old company specializing in mobile voice technology. The duo already have business ties. Mobvoi is the company that Google picked to bring Android … Continue reading Google Invests In Mobvoi, Its Android Wear Partner In China

New SAP Tool Aims To Fuse Content and Community With eCommerce

It’s often said that content is king, but in a typical marketing department you have a hodgepodge of content. That could include carefully-crafted web copy, blog entries and FAQs along with user-generated ratings and reviews. For many companies, at least some of this content is spread out across the site without any real connection between … Continue reading New SAP Tool Aims To Fuse Content and Community With eCommerce

Buy Cars Online: Konga Cars Brings Kia Motor to your Door Step

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

North Korea’s Internet goes Offline

DEVELOPING – Just days after the U.S. government accused North Korea of hacking Sony Corp’s computers, outages have occurred to North Korea’s internet, eventually going completely offline. The country has four official networks that connect them to the internet, all of which are ran through China. The connections began experiencing problems yesterday, and as of … Continue reading North Korea’s Internet goes Offline

Facebook is dropping in Popularity with Teens Again, Study Shows

A new study by the research firm Frank N. Magid Associates shows that the popularity of Facebook for teenagers in the US between 13 and 17 have dropped down to 88%. The study had also found that a decline in popularity for all age groups has lowered to 90% this year, as opposed to the … Continue reading Facebook is dropping in Popularity with Teens Again, Study Shows

Reddit plans on giving back to the communities and users with Reddit Notes

After securing $50 million in outside funding back in September, Reddit had promised it would find a way to let the community own 10 percent of those shares. Today, it is revealing some details as to how: Reddit Notes. Details are still vague, but Reddit will host a random lottery to give away around 950,000 … Continue reading Reddit plans on giving back to the communities and users with Reddit Notes

Will our privacy problems be solved by 2025? Responses released in Pew study

As more innovators and tech gurus crawl into the ever-growing technology and internet market, the concern between users and their privacy online become more and more dominant. According to a Pew Research Center study, policymakers and tech innovators will have a hard time to respond. Experts responded to a survey with split opinions on the … Continue reading Will our privacy problems be solved by 2025? Responses released in Pew study

We use your private information like everyone else; Facebook privacy lovers are out of luck

Facebook has faced allegations in the past about using its users private information for marketing reasons. Questions has been raised on what user information Facebook itself gets to see – If you were ever in doubt on how Facebook handles your privacy, the Manager of privacy and public policy at Facebook, Matt Scutari has made it … Continue reading We use your private information like everyone else; Facebook privacy lovers are out of luck

Tor Users ‘are neither invisible nor untouchable’, said head of Europol’s European cybercrime center, Troels Oerting

The leader of Europol’s European cybercrime center said those hiding behind the anonymous communication encrypted system facility, Tor should not consider themselves invisible – at least from the European cybercrime center. Coordinated raids by law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and 16 European countries have closed hundreds of underground websites, including dozens dealing in weapons and drugs, … Continue reading Tor Users ‘are neither invisible nor untouchable’, said head of Europol’s European cybercrime center, Troels Oerting

Larry Page; the main man of Google; puts Sundar Pichai in control of more of Google’s products.

On Friday of last week, Google boss Larry Page sent out a memo to staff that Sundar Pichai – the man responsible for Android, Chrome, and Google Apps, will be taking on the responsibility of even more Google products. These products include Maps, Search, Research, Commerce, Ads, Infrastructure, and Google+. Page said that the move … Continue reading Larry Page; the main man of Google; puts Sundar Pichai in control of more of Google’s products.

Ello vows never to be like Facebook and makes its ad-free promise a legal one

It’s one thing to say your social network will never be like Facebook, it’s another to enshrine that promise in legal documents. Ello, a social site whose claim to fame is an anti-ad manifesto, is doing just that by filing to become a public benefit corporation. A benefit corporation is a company that chooses to … Continue reading Ello vows never to be like Facebook and makes its ad-free promise a legal one