Facebook Is Dropping Its Fake News Red Flag Warning

After finding it had the opposite effect, facebook is dropping its red flag warning. The social media giant has been implementing it to check the spread of fake news on its platform, which it...

The Tech Side of Calabar Carnival

Calabar Carnival festival in Nigeria also tagged "Africa's Biggest Street Party" was live today in the city of Calabar. An event that is not only for calabar indigenes and the Efik tribe but for...

esight 3: the pair of glasses that enables the blind to see

The maker of esight 3, esight, says the glass is for the legally blind. What is legally blind and who qualifies to be called so? Legal blindness is a level of visual impairment that...

10 Nigerian Great Apps Of 2017

Here is a list of Nigerian Apps that were highly downloaded or very popular in 2017: NIGERIAN CONSTITUTION How many Nigerians know their rights? This App is the full Nigerian constitution packaged to help you...

This African App Won The Global Mobile Congress Awards For Innovation

Sliide, the African App that solved a major internet problem in Africa, high cost of data. The app was launched in Nigeria March 2016. The app sends personalized news and stories from national and...

How Technology Can Inspire Creativity

Creativity is an act of turning imaginations or original ideas into reality. The created items may be intangible or a physical object. Creativity is important because it brings about new, exciting ideas that are...

The World’s First Smart Glasses For You

Most of the smart glasses released look like VR glasses, very big, but Vue looks exactly like our day to day stylish glasses. Vue is the world’s first pair of smart glasses that are...

Data Centers: the Source of Your Internet Browsing Content

Ever wondered where the contents on your browser come from, the Facebook pictures, videos, comments, Youtube videos and various websites you visit for information? The answer is DATA CENTERS. A data center is a facility...

Smart City: Are Nigerian Smart City Concepts Really “Smart”

There has been so much talk about Smart City, both in developed countries and in third world countries. Governments in Africa have pitched it to its citizens to get support for their visions and...

The End of Net Neutrality and How it Affects Internet Browsing in Africa.

The Federal Communications Communications (FCC) has finally rolled back Net Neutrality. The law that prohibits Internet Service Providers (ISPs) from blocking certain services, slowing particular websites or charging more to access them has been...