July 19, 2019
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  • Today in Tech History #TTH

    Today in technology History witnessed the birth of the first commercial mouse. Xerox introduced the Xerox 8010 Star Information System, the first commercial system utilizing a computer mouse, among other now commonplace technologies. The 8010 was geared towards business and was not a commercial success, therefore the mouse remained in…

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  • Samsung releases New Galaxy A Series

    Samsung has announced the new Galaxy A Series, designed with improvements in the essential device features, packed with additional innovations and greater value. Adetunji Taiwo, Head of Information and Mobile Technology, Samsung Electronics West Africa, said that the innovation included immersive viewing experiences, longer lasting performance and ground-breaking cameras. According…

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  • Then and Now #10yearChallengeinTech

    Lets use this opportunity to join this current viral trend of the moment. then and now in technology where we were 10 years ago and where we are now. Atiku Jumps on the #10yearchallenge Wagon https://t.co/CDWKs8Scq1 pic.twitter.com/5NZA3caj9d— The Herald (@HeraldNG) January 17, 2019 It is alleged that #10yearchallenge is a…

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  • Lens Challenges…..a new feature from Snapchat

    Snapchat, the popular social app has introduced a new feature – Lens Challenge. This addition allows users to use particular song, dance, holiday to create and share snaps with lenses. According to tech online news outlet CNET, the first challenge calledthe “Disappear” challenge, gave users the prompt, “now you see…

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  • Lenovo launches Z5 Pro – first Android phone in the world with 12GB RAM

    Chinese phone maker Lenovo has launched the Z5 Pro – the world’s first android phone with 12GB RAM. And it also comes with 512GB of storage. Lenovo’s Z5 Pro is expected to be unveiled in China next year at the cost of $638. There is no information yet on its…

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  • Nigeria Crowdfunding Platform Naijafund is Making Crowdfunding Globally Accessible to Nigerians

    Crowdfunding is a method of raising capital through the collective effort of friends, family, customers, and individual investors. This approach taps into the collective efforts of a large pool of individuals primarily online via social media and crowdfunding platforms and leverages their networks for greater reach and exposure. There Several…

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  • Google’s Fi now compatible with android, samsung

    Following the launch of Google’s smartphone – Fi – in 2015, many consumers complained of the seeming limitations of the device. The service worked only Nexus, Pixel and select Motorola and LG handsets. To address this shortcoming, Google Fi is now compatible with Android devices, including models from Samsung and One…

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  • Here’s a full load-down on BlackBerry Key2 LE

    The arrival of BlackBerry Key2 LE has come as a surprise. Why? Well, the Canadian company had announced a few years ago that it was quitting hardware manufacturing and instead, focus on software technology. Recently, we reported that Blackberry was in the process of acquiring  Cylance – a cybersecurity firm for the…

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  • More investments, safety concerns – Nine AI trends to expect in 2019

    The year 2018 has seen an astronomical rise in the use of Artificial Intelligence the world over. From AI-powered wheel chairs to AI news anchors, the story has been the same. Artificial Intelligence, like other disruptive technologies have come to stay. So what should we expect for the year 2019?…

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  • Apple resumes iPhone X production

    Apple has also restarted production of the last year’s iPhone X, reportedly to meet a minimum purchase agreement with Samsung, which makes the iPhone X’s OLED displays. The supposed rationale for resuming iPhone X production is that it’s cheaper to make than the iPhone XS and XS Max and therefore…

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