The world’s largest social network, Facebook may be planning on launching its physical presence in Nigeria soon, if its recent visit to the country is anything to go by.
When Rocket Internet decided to launch an Amazon-styled online retailer in Nigeria, it needed the right management team with the ability to grow a localised version in a highly-competitive, risk-prone and logistically-challenged environment such as Nigeria.
Finding companies, institutions and organisations in Nigeria that are creating a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship in one place can be like looking for a needle in a hay stack.
The discussions and conversations that follow this meeting could lead to impactful growth within the African technology ecosystem.
Imagine those situations when someone needs you to send money to them quickly while they’re in front of an ATM machine or a bank. Or perhaps they have cash but can’t withdraw because they don’t have their ATM card with them.
CVFlash is a new service launching to help people easily create and send beautiful and professionally formatted CVs to employers.
Following rumours and speculations that Startup Partners Africa is exiting the Nigerian market, the CEO of the Internet incubator, Stefan Lenhof has confirmed to TechLoy that that is not so.
Last October, I received a unit of the Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Gear, the latest devices from Samsung and have been taking both of them for a spin for several weeks now. Before you decide whether or not these devices are for you, let’s check out a few key specs and then my verdict of both devices will follow…
After about two years of playing in the tablet market space with its Android-based tablet, INYE, Encipher has quietly exited the consumer technology market, according to CEO, Saheed Adepoju.
If you needed a tools-man, handy-man, work-man or whatever name you call them, where do you go? Perhaps you just happen upon them or someone recommends one that they’ve used before.
A Chinese man named Gao Tianyong has threatened NiRA, Nigeria’s official ccTLD registrar over its alleged suspension of the domain name — nigeria.ng — which he registered back in April 2013.
Just about a year since it raised $10 million in Series B and Series C funding from US-based Tiger Global and Sweden-based Kinnevik, iROKOtv, the world’s largest distributor of African movie content online has secured an additional round of $8 million.
If you missed the first Founder2be networking event in Africa held in Lekki, Lagos in August, or have been looking for an ideal co-founder for your start-up for a while now without success, we’ve got your back.
Paga, Nigeria’s largest mobile payment service (by users), has finally revealed details about its active usage numbers, after it declined to reveal this information, due to “competitive reasons”.
A new phone brand, Solo that basically wants to help you experience music, movies, games etc in a fun and engaging way is launching into the Nigerian market next Friday.
Gamsole, the Kenya-based mobile gaming company that saw a million downloads on the Windows Phone store across five gaming titles within just three months is now about to hit four million game downloads.
A new co-working space for technology entrepreneurs — CapitalSquare — is prepping up for its launch later this month with an invite-only pre-launch kicking off during the week of October 14.
While there’s been a flurry of niche-focused online shopping services as well as general merchandise-styled e-commerce sites to cater to the needs of every Internet user, none of them have allowed users to buy auto parts, electrical accessories and building materials.
In a move that could boost its operational efficiency and logistics, leading online shopping mall, Konga.com has moved into its 120,000 sqft warehouse located in the Isolo area of the Lagos mainland, TechLoy has exclusively learnt.
Leading technology brands and the largest brands in the world have began acquiring .africa.com domain names, Techloy has learnt.