As part of the Nigeria Independence Anniversary celebrations, leading web hosting company in Nigeria, WhoGoHost is offering up to N300 off any of its web domain and web hosting services throughout the month of October. Customers who want to make .ng, .com.ng, .org.ng and .name.ng domain registrations during this month can use the coupon code “dotNGOct2014″ to…
As Nigeria celebrates its 54th Independence Anniversary today, GigaLayer is offering its new and existing customers a 54% discount on all of its hosting plans till midnight. In order to grab the offer, you need to make a new order for new website or migration to GigaLayer hosting services and use the coupon code “NIGERIA@54″…
Google doodles, especially the ones that celebrate an event such as a country’s independence day, are always anticipated and revered. Since 2010, Google has been creating illustrative artwork that feature the colours, cultures, flags or fabrics of Nigeria.
Whogohost has emerged the largest domain name and web hosting company in Nigeria with over 7,000 domain names hosted on its servers, according to WebHosting.Info.
Just a few months after its logo rebrand, First Bank of Nigeria Limited, one of the leading banks in Africa has refreshed its website’s homepage today.
Nigeria currently has broadband speeds at an average of 4.7 Mbps, according to Ookla, the global leader in broadband testing and web-based network diagnostic applications, but not all of its cities enjoy this kind of speed at the moment.
Google has tweaked its search engine algorithms to ensure websites that use HTTPS encryption rank higher in search results. According to the company, the goal is to encourage webmasters worldwide to adopt HTTPS, which provides greater security to those who visit their site. Google says that its efforts have affected fewer than one percent of…
Africa.com, the leading site for Africa-related news and information has launched “Country Pages” for the 54 countries in Africa.
According to Nigeria’s Minister of Communications Technology, Dr. Omobola Johnson, the Internet industry can contribute up to $300 billion to the GDP of Nigeria and other African countries by 2025, reports The Guardian.
Nairaland, the largest online forum in Nigeria suffered a major cyberattack on Sunday, which led to the site being offline for over 72 hours. A source told TechLoy that the site’s in-built ad network, which has helped the site generate a lot of revenues in the past year, may have been the target of the…
Here’s a guide to setting up a verified PayPal individual account in Nigeria.
The national sentiment for Nigeria’s first match against Iran at the FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil is hopeful, according to Google Trends.
From its signature brown-coloured rooftops to its great monuments and landmarks, the historic city of Ibadan located in the South-Western region of Nigeria and populated by over 1.3 million people, has the highest broadband speed in the country, according to Ookla, the global leader in broadband testing.
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.
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Hugo Beniada from Fueled, an award winning London-based app development company that builds amazing Android and iPhone apps.
The first African Blogger Awards has been announced to recognise the leading online and social influencers across the continent, in terms of their reach, resonance and relevance.
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.
Paradigm Initiative Nigeria (PIN), a social enterprise that connects under-served Nigerian youth with ICT-enabled opportunities joined “The Day We Fight Back” anti-NSA protest on Tuesday.
Editor’s Note: This infographic by Kathleen Ndongmo shows the deplorable state of the 54 African government official websites. It is hoped that African countries would step up and give their respective countries their rightful web presence.
South Africa’s Digital Media & Marketing Association (DMMA) has joined the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) and will now be known as IAB South Africa, according to an official statement made available to TechLoy.