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.
Because there’s more to banking than these, Diamond Bank, one of the leading commercial banks in Nigeria has released a new version of its mobile app to include a host of new services that help make banking with Diamond a convenient and interesting experience.
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.
If you work in the creative, web or publishing industries in Africa, you would agree that it could be really tough getting that perfect image to use for your work. Often times, the project may require that you use an African-esque landscape or a simple, yet unique portrait image.
After going through bouts of frustration over expensive email newsletter campaign services such as MailChimp, two Nigerian entrepreneurs have launched MailCliq to help you launch email campaigns at reasonable prices.
If you’re a hardcore BBM fan, you would agree that one of the many joys of using the instant messaging service from Blackberry is the DP’s or display pictures that you see every day on your friend’s list.
Windows 8 is Microsoft’s latest operating system for modern businesses, but why have some organizations like our very infamous Cyber Cafés, IT driven firms, etc bluntly refused to upgrade to Windows 8?
Verve International has partnered with Microsoft, Nokia and Mobile Monday Nigeria to host a developers’ contest tagged “DevCon Alpha – Build with Verve – Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 Edition”.
From a Nigerian government official not knowing the address of his organisation’s website to the South African government ‘Wordpress’ website that cost R140 million to build (about $15 million in 2013), Africa is peopled with controversial stories about some of its institution’s web presence.
San Francisco-based Heirs Holdings, the pan-African proprietary investment company founded by former United Bank for Africa Group CEO, Tony Elumelu, has announced an undisclosed investment in US start-up Planet Labs.
From changing the look of its old clutter-filled site to launching its apps for BlackBerry and Android phones to introducing the SMS, USSD and IVR channels, Quickteller became more useful. What else should Quickteller be doing in 2014?
Interswitch’s Verve cards would be providing in–app payment service to enable developers and entrepreneurs to monetise their apps, products and solutions.
CVFlash is a new service launching to help people easily create and send beautiful and professionally formatted CVs to employers.
Leading online solutions provider for SMEs in Nigeria, WebMall NG has announced that it is expanding its reach beyond e-commerce solutions by providing website development and management tools for small Nigerian businesses.
What was 2013 like for Opera, the web browser developed by Opera Software, especially as competitors such as the UC browser has caused a lose in its market share.
The world’s leading computer chip maker, Intel is planning to release a Dual-OS (a world’s first), running on Windows and Android at CES 2014 next week.
Google Cloud Developer Challenge 2013 is inviting participants to develop new applications built using Google’s cloud platform for a chance to win prizes including Android devices and up to $20,000 USD.
Samsung at its San Francisco Developers Conference launched 5 new great SDK’s (Software Development Kit) to attract developers into building apps for its devices, allowing them use its new features. Samsung released a Mobile SDK, which offers more S-Pen controls, new visual animations, seamless handwriting recognition, and a multi-window capability that lets you run multiple…
Here’s our pick of the 10 most creative Google Doodles that celebrate independence anniversaries of selected African countries, including Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda and South Africa.
The new site which has a Windows 8 look and feel with its live tiles has gone live now with a much easier navigation and a new search feature. The site’s redesign is a great improvement from its old site which has much cluster and content.