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Meet BrianTab iw10, The First Nigerian Made Windows Tablet

Meet BrianTab iw10, The First Nigerian Made Windows Tablet

For some years now, several Android tablets claiming to be locally made have been released into the African market, but most of them have hardly been tailored to the local market. By tailored, we mean the device having relevance to the needs in terms of apps and content as well as providing multiple use cases

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International SOS Unveils Free Ebola App For Mobile Devices

International SOS has released a new mobile app designed to help share it’s medical and travel information on the Ebola Viral Disease. The free app is now available on iOS and Android devices. It will provide online, instant access to key sections from International SOS’ dedicated Ebola website. Doug Quarry, Medical Director for Information &

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BBM Meetings Has Arrived!

BBM Meetings has arrived, it did arrive early though. I didn’t notice it until yesterday. It apparently arrived with the last upgrade. To be perfectly honest, though, there’s not much you can do with it until it’s officially announced and even then, it might be limited to BES12. With a mobile-optimized user experience, BBM Meetings allows on-the-go

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Uxie, Everyone’s POS On Mobile Devices

Introducing Uxie, the mobile app replacement for the traditional POS device. Uxie gives users the ability to process card payments from a mobile phone. The Uxie mobile payment app makes it possible for everyone to accept credit/debit card payments using mobile devices.    Not only is it fast and oh-so convenient, it makes easier for

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Windows Game Developer, Gamsole, Launches Competition For New Talent

Award-winning Nigerian mobile games company, Gamsole, has launched a new competition offering US$4,000 in prizes and career opportunities for five talented illustrators. Founded by Abiola Olaniran, Nigeria’s highest paid Windows game developer, Gamsole creates games for the Windows phone platform, taking advantage of its fast growth and unsaturated gaming market. In just six months of

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ChopUp’s Latest Game, Sambisa Assault Lets You Take Out The Terrorists

Mobile gaming platform, ChopUp Games has announced the release of a new game, Sambisa Assault. ChopUp games,of Danfo Reloaded and Pledge51 game fame, has given us a sneak peak at the Sambisa Assault. In this game, your task is simple. Take out the terrorists. Watch the game trailer: The title was inspired by the Chibok

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Nokia Might Be Making a Comeback – Rumors of a Flagship Device

Just after selling its handset division to Microsoft, rumors are now suggesting that Finnish Company, Nokia is NOT done creating handsets and that it’s planning to release a new Android smartphone. When Microsoft bought Nokia it got the Nokia brand’s 10-year licence. This means that Nokia can manufacture its own smartphones and sell them as rebranded

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BBM Update Brings Message Retraction, Timed Messages and more

BlackBerry’s instant messaging service BBM has seen an update across all OS platforms offering users new ways to chat and share with more privacy and control over their communications. The most notable new feature is Timed Messages which allows users to send messages to a contact for a pre-set duration of time. Now, we will

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BlackBerry CEO: Stay with BlackBerry for the Long Haul

BlackBerry CEO, John Chen has written an open letter to loyal BlackBerry users (current and former), essentially telling them to forget iPhones and other ‘trendy phones’ and buy a BlackBerry phone. Writes Chen in the letter published today on BlackBerry’s blog, “It’s tempting in a rapidly changing, rapidly growing mobile market to change for the sake of

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Here are the Phones Slated to Get Google’s Android Update, Lollipop

4 months ago, Google revealed the biggest Android update yet: Android 5.0, or “Lollipop”. One of the biggest changes that will come with this update will be the introduction of Material Design — a new design language that emphasises more on shadows and colors. There are some other improvements too – Project Volta, back end

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Inbox Is not Gmail: It’s a Completely Different Type of Inbox…

…It is designed to focus on what really matters. Yes, yes, I’m confused too. But Google did their best to clear that up. Google introduced a new email service called “Inbox” on Wednesday that is aimed at improved organization of emails and user friendly information display. For now the new service is being provided alongside

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Google Takes the Plunge: Gmail Will Manage Other Email Accounts

Google is ready to give Android users an obvious alternative to the tedious task of switching around between multiple email apps. With the Google Gmail 5.0 app, Android users will now have one email management application that organizes all their different accounts. According to this video from Android Police, the Gmail app expected with Google’s Android Lollipop mobile OS, an entirely

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