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Robots Replaces Humans In 25% Of China’s Ammunition Factories

1 year ago
CHINA has begun replacing the workers in its ammunition factories with robots. The move will reduce the number of accidents suffered by human workers,...
Google partners LEAD to provide free digital certification at 2018 summit

Google partners LEAD to provide free digital certification at 2018 summit

The organizers of the Leadership Empowerment and Award Development Summit 2.0 say it is partnering with Google Digital Skills to empower thousands of youths...
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Google fined $5bn for breaching EU competition rules

The European Commission on Wednesday fined Google a record 4.3 billion euros (five billion dollars) for breaching EU competition rules with its Android operating...

Nokia X video leaked revealing its design before the official unveiling on 16 May

Nokia X is expected to be the next series that HMD Global will be launching soon — 16 May to be precise. It is...

Monarch is a new platform from surgical robot pioneer Frederic Moll

Auris Health (née Auris Surgical Robots) has done a pretty good job flying under the radar, in spite of raising a massive amount of capital and...

The James Bond-style garage that lets rich people hide their expensive cars

It’s the latest must-have for wealthy Londoners: a James Bond-style underground garage which delivers expensive cars to the surface at the touch of a button. The...

All-new hybrid Toyota Century limousine is Japan’s £135,000 answer to the Rolls-Royce

TOYOTA has released an all-new version of their Century limousine for the first time in 21 years. And the luxury saloon looks remarkably similar to...
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Instagram Now Marks Active Users With Green Dots

Ignoring someone's text but still scrolling through your Instagram feed? Now you may get called out, after Instagram unveiled an updated feature to notify users...

Are you scared yet? Meet Norman, the psychopathic AI

Norman is an algorithm trained to understand pictures but, like its namesake Hitchcock's Norman Bates, it does not have an optimistic view of the...

Action Bronson Promises “Blue Chips 7000” Will Be Out In A Month

2 years ago
“I don’t give a fuck if I have to leak it myself,” Action Bronson told his audience at the Rolling Loud festival on Saturday. It...
2018 Land Rover Range Rover Sport HSE Td6 Review

2018 Land Rover Range Rover Sport HSE Td6 Review

2018 Land Rover Range Rover Sport HSE Td6 Review Luxurious but not soft, this Range Rover still has a taste for mud (and stairs). The Range...

Snapchat brings back chronological Stories feed for some

Snapchat has undone its controversial redesign’s most significant change in an update to some users today. A tab that shows Stories in reverse chronological order, replacing...

Meet Woman Who Designed Nigeria’s First Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

1 year ago
Nkemdilim Anulika Ofodile is the Nigeria AirForce aerospace engineer who designed “Tsaigumi”, Nigeria’s first indigenous operational UAV (Unmanned aerial vehicle.) She has a PhD in...
Best apps for writing on pictures

Best apps for writing on pictures

Whether it is words of wisdom, an inspirational quote, or a simple note, sometimes a photo needs something extra. While you can add simple text...
Microsoft Surface Pro 4 review

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 review

  OUR VERDICT Has Microsoft at last crafted a tablet that can reasonably, without considerable compromise, replace your laptop? Short of going back to the drawing...
China develops nanogenerator to power electronics

China develops nanogenerator to power electronics

Chinese scientists have developed a new nanogenerator that can harvest energy from human motions to continuously power wearable electronic devices, a report by the...

Walmart patents audio surveillance technology to record customers and employees

Walmart wants to listen to its workers and shoppers more. A lot more. America's largest retailer has patented surveillance technology that could essentially spy on...

MUST READ: “It’s Time to Delete Facebook”, Is this the end of an era?

Over the past few days, there’s been a growing movement of people urging others to delete Facebook after it was claimed that millions of users’ data...

MTN secures N200 billion loan for telecoms expansion drive

Telecommunications Company, MTN Nigeria, has secured a N200 billion medium-term loan agreement from a consortium of 12 Nigerian banks. This comes as the firm winds...
Nigerian doctor uses ‘improvised incubator’ to save premature baby

Nigerian doctor uses ‘improvised incubator’ to save premature baby

A medical doctor, Chibuike Joseph Chukwudum has saved a premature baby using an improved incubator he created himself. The heroic action was reported on twitter...

Twitter Clamps Down On “Abusive” Accounts

Social medium, Twitter has announced that it is ready to suspenf accounts that “evaded suspension” in the past. The accounts affected are accounts that were...

Scientists Develop “Nanorobots” For Cancer Treatment

Chinese scientists said they have successfully created and tested the world’s first autonomous DNA nanorobots to combat cancer tumors, paving the way for revolutionary...

Google Unveils First Gmail Redesign Since 2013 To Lure Businesses

Alphabet Inc’s Google on Wednesday unveiled its first Gmail redesign since 2013, capping what the company said was an expensive overhaul. It will include offline...
Apple reportedly not planning to add in-display fingerprint sensor on upcoming iPhones

What are the advantages and disadvantages of iPhone? READ HERE

I have used iPhone for about one and a half year, and previously used Android for about the same amount of time or bit...
What to Do When Your Phone or Tablet Won’t Charge

What to Do When Your Phone or Tablet Won’t Charge

What to Do When Your Phone or Tablet Won’t Charge If your phone just stops charging, even when it’s plugged in, it doesn’t mean it’s...

Whatsapp Finally Introduces Group Video Chat

Whatsapp Finally Introduces Group Video Chat WhatsApp has introduced a new special feature, ‘group video calls,’ which now brings it to par with other major...

Samsung Galaxy S9 arrives March 16 for $720 [See Features]

Samsung didn’t leave too much up to the imagination at Mobile World Congress this year. The hardware giant took a little wind out of...

Multichoice, DSTV/GOTV To Shut Down June 2019 (Read Details)

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The Federal Government may have notified the management of MultiChoice DSTV/GOTV that their operations, in Nigeria, will come to an end in 2019 as...
Kia Motors

KIA Begins Prepaid Maintenance Package Nationwide

Kia Motors has promised to offer customers around the world a singular style of service designed after its service philosophy called, ‘Promise to Care.’...

Blockchain will work in trucking — but only if these three things happen

Sometimes a buzzword gets so overhyped that it deserves some light-hearted mockery. That seems to be the case with “blockchain.” While it’s true that not...

This robo-bug can improvise its walk like a real insect

There are plenty of projects out there attempting to replicate the locomotion of insects, but one thing that computers and logic aren’t so good...

Firm uncovers how attackers compromise companies’ software

2 years ago
Kaspersky Lab experts have discovered a backdoor planted in a server management software product used by hundreds of large businesses around the world. When activated,...
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Facebook will not remove fake news – but will ‘demote’ it

Facebook says it will not remove fake news from its platform because it does not violate its community standards. The social network is currently running...
Hands on: Apple Watch 4 review

Hands on: Apple Watch 4 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT This is a really impressive upgrade from Apple – if you're thinking of getting yourself a Watch from the brand, we'd suggest...

See The Top 5 Countries With The Fastest Internet In The World – 2017

1 year ago
In this technological era, where internet has become the most preferred medium of our everyday communication, have you ever wondered which countries provide the...

Nigeria Internet users decrease in June – NCC

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says Internet users in the country decreased to 102,805,122 million in June from the 103,152,726 million recorded in May. The...

Google faces EU anti-trust fines over Android

The EU’s powerful anti-trust authority is set to decide in the coming weeks that Google unfairly punishes rivals of its Android mobile phone operating...

Few Reasons Why Bitcoin is a big deal for small businesses

In November 2013, a then 23-year-old named Adam Welsh walked into a Subway restaurant in Pennsylvania and bought a chicken bacon ranch sandwich; not...
How talking machines are taking call centre jobs

How talking machines and bots are taking over call centre jobs

The biggest threat to jobs might not be physical robots, but intelligent software agents that can understand our questions and speak to us, integrating...
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Spectranet relaunches website, unveils mobile app

Leading internet services provider, Spectranet 4GLTE has announced the relaunch of its website and the unveiling of Spectranet Mobile app to simplify and offer...

The Massive Problem With Deadpool’s Mutant Powers

Deadpool's superpower is an accelerated healing factor that lets him survive almost any physical injury. In the first movie, he quickly recovers from broken...

Samsung unveils the Galaxy S9/S9 Plus smartphones

The annual ritual of smartphone launching by Apple and Samsung, the arch rivals in this kind of products, seems to be as predictable as...
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Apple Suddenly Makes iPhones $200 Cheaper

The iPhone is changing. Later this year, Apple AAPL +0.7% will launch three all-new iPhone X models and in three very different sizes. But...
NCC threatens to shut down illegal broadcast stations over piracy

NCC threatens to shut down illegal broadcast stations over piracy

Officals of the Nigerian Copyrights Commission (NCC) have threatened to shut down ABG Communications and QQTV Digital Satellite Station for piracy and illegal broadcast...

Rising repair costs trigger demand for rugged phones

1 year ago
The increasing cost of repairing a damaged smart phone may trigger demand for durable phones across the globe because the market for resilient smart...

Opera launches a new mobile browser

Opera today announced a new mobile browser, Opera Touch, that shows that there’s still plenty of room for a competitor in the mobile browsing world....
Tech billionaire returns to China after US arrest

Tech billionaire returns to China after US arrest

Tech billionaire and JD.com founder Richard Liu has returned to China, the company said Monday, following a brief arrest in the US over allegations...

MoviePass update removes ‘unused’ location requests from iOS app

MoviePass  has issued an update for its iOS app that removes “unused app location capability,” apparently a response to widespread concern after the company’s CEO said:...
Range Rover

MAN DUMPS NEW RANGE ROVER IN SHOWROOM BECAUSE OF BAD CUSTOMER CARE

A customer who was driven round the bend by Land Rover has written a list of complaints on his £63,000 motor — and left...
Apple reportedly not planning to add in-display fingerprint sensor on upcoming iPhones

Apple reportedly not planning to add in-display fingerprint sensor on upcoming iPhones

Apple went all-in on Face ID with the iPhone X last year, excising the company’s long-time Touch ID fingerprint sensor in favor of the...
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