Today, the company launched the Internet.org app in Zambia in partnership with the Airtel network, thus allowing people in Zambia with free data access to basic internet services such as health, education and jobs.
The company behind the information anywhere, anytime app, Evernote is on a quest to discover the best African apps, as it plans a series of developer events as a way of engaging the continent’s developer ecosystem.
WebConnectPlus, an online payment gateway powered by electronic transaction switching and payment processing company, eTranzact has reduced its set-up fee from N150,000 to N60,000 in order to make it affordable for businesses to accept payments online.
The national sentiment for Nigeria’s first match against Iran at the FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil is hopeful, according to Google Trends.
Financial advisory firm, Deloitte is bringing its international industry ranking award programme to Africa in order to recognise technology companies that have achieved the fastest rates of revenue growth in Africa over the past five years.
Exactly four months after Konga’s VP of Marketing, Onyeka Akumah left online retailer, Konga, another key staff, its PR Manager, Ifeanyi Abraham is quitting the e-commerce company to join payment company, eTranzact, TechLoy has learnt.
If you’re a privately-held, early-stage tech startup that’s less than five years old, why not apply to join the IBM Global Entrepreneur Programme and participate in an IBM SmartCamp in your city.
Leading online hotel booking platform, Jovago has announced that it has partnered with The Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) to boost Nigeria’s tourism industry.
The shocking news of the passing away of Carey Eaton crowed in the early hours of Thursday morning in most parts of Africa, after an armed robbery incident at a friend’s home in Nairobi in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Fast growing online grocery delivery start-up, Supermart has added six more neighbourhoods — Ikeja, Maryland, Ilupeju, Ogba, Yaba and Surulere — to its distribution coverage areas, bringing the total number of places where it delivers groceries to 10 towns.
With over a billion new Internet users coming online in emerging markets, the demand for online business tools, cloud services and video is getting higher than ever before. That’s why Volo, a new start-up backed by French telco, Orange and Silicon Valley investors wants to be the broadband for billions.
Software giant, Microsoft is bringing together business leaders, key influencers, policy-makers and change agents to deliberate on issues facing the ICT industry in Nigeria next week.
Leading online retailer, Konga has become the most liked e-commerce site in Nigeria, after reaching the one million mark on Facebook on Tuesday in just about two years of launch.
We caught up with the event organiser, Matthew Dawes, who shared exclusively with TechLoy what his company wants to achieve with the conference this year as well as his thoughts about the “foreign invasion” debate that kicked off a few months ago within the Nigerian tech ecosystem.
Former Google Policy Manager for Africa, Ory Okolloh who joined Omidyar Network last May as director of investments for the organisations initiatives in Africa, has been listed as one of the 100 most influential people in the world by TIME magazine.
Following on heels of his first Africa visit to talk mobile at the Mobile Web East Africa in Nairobi, Kenya this February, Tomi Ahonen is back.
If you’ve used taxi hailing apps like EasyTaxi and Tranzit, then you’re likely to also try AfroCab, the newest way to hail a taxi in Lagos.
PayLater, a new buy-now-pay-later service is pioneering credit-based online shopping in Nigeria.
Ahead of its first Unpacked event in Nigeria next week, Samsung is planning to give bloggers and developers in Nigeria a sneak peek into its latest flagship device — the Galaxy S5 — which was launched at the Mobile World Congress in February.
Following the news that Microsoft would be ending support for the Windows XP operating system, its usage is gradually dwindling in Nigeria as Windows 8 usage sees steady growth over the past one month.