Come September 9th, all eyes and hears will be at Cupertino, California where Apple’s headquarter is situated. The largest tech company in the world is set to release a new line of smartphones and some other rumored surprises. So I went ahead and curated five things that could happen (and most likely will) at the…
Some months ago, we shared the news of the Ampion Venture Bus’ upcoming tour through West Africa in a bid to bring young entrepreneurs together and solve problems by coming up with innovative solutions. Now, it seems the Ampion Bus will also make a journey through Southern Africa and will cross four countries: Zimbabwe, Botswana,…
Microsoft Corporation has taken up platinum sponsorship for this year’s edition of DEMO Africa that will be held later in the month, in Lagos, Nigeria as seen on the DEMO Africa website. This is the third time the company will be participating in the event under the Microsoft 4Afrika initiative. The sponsorship will see Microsoft…
Mobile Web Africa, the leading mobile-focused conference in Africa is returning to South Africa on September 10 and 11 for its 6th consecutive year.
The African Innovation Foundation (AIF) is calling on all African innovators to submit their entries for the fourth edition of the Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA) competition in a bid to encourage Africans to develop creative ideas and techniques to overcome some of the challenges faced by the continent and support sustainable development. According to…
TechCamp West Africa is a product of the partnership between the GhanaThink Foundation and the US Embassy in Ghana and it aims to address the primary concern of youth in the region — “Unemployment and Job Creation.”
DEMO Africa is getting even fierier after a confirmation that the AMPION Venture Bus 2014 will land at the venue of the DEMO Africa event in Lagos, Nigeria. The collaboration will see the best start up team that emerges from this bus earning a chance to pitch at the opening session of DEMO Africa 2014.
The West African Gaming Expo 2014 (WAGE) aims to to help Nigeria and Nigerians break into the lucrative gaming industry, and also create an opportunity for West African developers and programmers to learn more about the gaming industry through the conference and its tutorial sessions.
The Women’s Technological Empowerment Centre is currently accepting applications for its 7th girls technology camp.
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.
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.
With the goal of finding the best seed-stage startups and giving a boost to the local startup ecosystem, leading global start-up competition, Seedstars World is coming to Lagos on June 13.
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.
Nigeria’s most innovative and fastest growing telecommunications company, Etisalat Nigeria was lead sponsor and event partner of the fourth Mobile West Africa, a highly acclaimed technology conference, which recently held at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Victoria Island.
The Mobile West Africa 2014 gave us various talks and presentations on the mobile ecosystem. These presentations were from seasoned experts and experienced stakeholders and surely there were some quotes to take home. Here are some of the most memorable quotes from the event that we thought we should share with you.
The Mobile West Africa conference 2014 which started on 13th of May and ended on 16th of May was a success and a great event. Stakeholders and contributors to the mobile ecosystem all gathered to meet and talk mobile and how to improve the ecosystem. The event took place in Four Points By Sheraton Lagos, same venue as last year.
The Mobile West Africa Conference which wrapped up few days ago was a great event. Various stakeholders from the mobile industry all converged to meet and discuss about mobile. Among these individual’s present was Dr Ernest Ndukwe.
We’re live at the Mobile West Africa 2014 conference holding at the Four Points By Sheraton Hotel in Lagos, Nigeria. We’ll be bringing you live blogging from the event so stick around
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.
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.