No More Laptops in Your Luggage -Federal Aviation Administration says

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is suggesting for the global Airlines to ban the passengers not to even put laptops inside there luggage after a seven-month previous ban on passengers using a laptop in the cabins of the flights from the Arab World. Federal Aviation Administration advice is based on new safety tests showing that the rechargeable lithium-ion batteries found...

Wow!!! Startup Istanbul 2017 Overall Winner is a Nigerian Startup “Advancio Interactive”

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For those asking what is Advancio interactive the startups provides branchless banking and other related financial inclusion services on behalf of the banks and financial bodies. According to Crunchbase “Advancio interactive is a technology driven ideas and Innovations Company founded to develop cutting edge technology solutions (software, web application and mobile application) that would support Africa’s economic rise. Today at...

Facebook Launched First Africa SME Council in Nigeria

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Facebook launched SME Council in Nigeria and this it the first time such council is launch in africa. Facebook is using this council forming to help support small and medium-sized businesses throughout Africa. The council is made up of 15 start-ups and  small and medium-sized businesses. Each person from each respective business brings with them a wealth of unique experiences in understanding...

Hurray !!! Nigerians .ng Domain Hits A Hundred Thousand Registrations

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The appropriation and utilization of the Country Code Top Level Domain name (ccTLD), Nigeria's .ng, has seen a huge ascent in the nation with enlistments for the administration hitting 100, 000. The Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NiRA) uncovered these numbers as they influenced a kindness to visit Rutam House, the central station of The Guardian daily paper, on 12 October...

Multichoice Nigeria (DSTV) Said No to Pay-Per-View Service

  Multichoice Nigeria, the popular Pay-TV service provider (DSTV) has dis associate itself from the report that the company is working to implement a Pay-Peer-View Model of service in Nigeria. Which was first report by Vanguard News paper that Multichoice was looking at implementing Pay-Per-View Service for various high profile sporting events. “Multichoice wishes to correct the news currently being circulated...

YouTube ”Go” Now Available In Nigeria

YouTube “Go” now available in Nigeria “YouTube GO App” Another cost effective and data consumption solution from YouTube (Google) with the aim of targeting the Africa market. YouTube has revealed that the YouTube Go app, which was previewed at the recent Google for Nigeria event, is now available for Nigerians to download, according to a report by All Africa. The...

Samsung To Scale Down Production In Nigeria

Samsung, No more Manufacturing plant in Nigerian Samsung has begun the scaling down of their operations in Nigeria with the decision to drop their interest in setting up a manufacturing plant in the country. The manufacturing plant was set to represent the beginning of heavy expansion into the West African country report by the Nigerian Communications Week. The Guardian Nigeria reported...