Samsung Electronics West Africa has announced the commencement of a promotional offer on its recently launched Galaxy S Series, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+.
The company has promised to reward customers who purchase the devices between the 12th to 30th June, 2017 with free starter kit packs, which contain accessories such as back cover, screen protector, and power bank.
Head, Product Marketing, Information Technology and Mobile, Ms. Olajumoke Okikiolu said, “this unique promotion is a demonstration of the love we have for our consumers, and also to help them maximise their use of our devices for increased productivity.” Samsung has creditably discharged its [...]
Nigeria is to create an Innovation and Technology Advisory Council to harness and support the creativity and innovative ingenuity of young Nigerians and drive the growth of the sector in the country. Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, who stated this on Tuesday while speaking with reporters after visiting seven technology and innovation hubs in different parts of Lagos, South West Nigeria, said a similar council has already been created for the industry.
He said: “Already, we have an Industrial and Competitiveness Council. But what we want to look at is doing one for technology and one for innovation as well so that we bring in some of the key players and thinkers around [...]
Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg reported on Tuesday that the world’s largest social network would soon include a new dating feature vowing to make privacy protection its top priority in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
But Zuckerberg said during his address that the company would “keep building, even while we focus on keeping people safe.”
The new dating feature links to events and groups on the larger platform, allowing users with dating profiles to connect via shared interests or commonly attended events.
Zuckerberg revealed the plans as he addressed Facebook’s annual developers conference in San Jose, California [...]
Why CBN Set Limit For USSD Transaction On Mobile Devices
From 1 June, the maximum everyday transactions for mobile Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) in Nigeria will become N100,000 ($276).
USSD works with GSM network that helps it communicate with a service provider’s platform is considered cost-effective, more user-friendly, faster in concluding transactions, and handset agnostic. It is a session-based, real-time messaging communication technology, which is accessed through a string, which normally starts with an asterisk (*) and ends with a hash (#).
This policy was concluded yesterday when Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) declared concerns over the [...]