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Facebook Starts Rating The Credibility Of Its Users On A Scale

The fake news syndrome is soon overtaking the social media space. Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook is not left out as it is actually on the...

How To Detect And Prevent A SIM Swap Attack

A SIM swap attack is when someone convinces your carrier to switch your phone number over to a SIM card they own. It is...

Facebook Changes “Pinned Posts” To “Announcement”, With Added Features.

The pin feature has remained an effective tool on Social Media owing to the fact that they give priority, relevance and emphasis to a...

Google Launches A New Product Called “Google One”

Google launches a new product called "Google One". Wait a minute, is Google One actually a new product or just a re-brand? We'll find...

Samsung Unveils Its First 5G Modem

Samsung has just unveiled its first downward compatible 5G modem that meets all the latest standards hitting 6Gbps mmWave speed, called Exynos Modem. The Exynos...

Will Apple Bow To EU’s Pressure To Standardize Charging Ports?

Apple, the trillion dollar tech company may have violated the EU competition commission rule and may be on the verge of incurring a multibillion-dollar...

First Nigerian Team Of Girls To win The World Technovation Competition

Africa's most populous country, Nigeria has been made proud by her citizens, as a group of female teenagers emerged winner of the 2018 Technovation...

Samsung Galaxy Note9 Review – Did It Meet Your Expectations?

The long awaited Samsung Galaxy Note9 has landed surpassing its expectations. Galaxy Note9 has got great features that makes it outstanding and preferred. First, its infinity...

Facebook Video Chat Becomes Fascinating With AR

@messenger video chat on facebook just got fascinating with the introduction of AR( Augmented Reality). This feature takes the shape of a group game. It...

Is Microsoft Surface Hub 2 Team Collaboration Feature Truly Unique?

Technology is changing a whole lot of things- from how we work to where we work. Working remotely is no longer a big deal...