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Google has announced that two changes (to its search algorithm) aimed at helping users discover more mobile-friendly content will take effect from today.
Twitter has announced the expansion of its direct messaging service to enable users send and receive direct messages without necessarily following each other. But all the same with a caveat.
After a weekend of intense coding at the 2015 NASA Space Apps Challenge that held simultaneously in three Nigerian cities; Lagos, Calabar and Ilorin, the winners of the challenge have surfaced.
WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum has announced the multi-platform instant mobile messenger has reached 800 Million active users.
The African EduWeek organised by the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) is slated to hold from July 1 to 2, 2015.
MTN and Vodacom, the two mobile money giants in Africa have announced their agreement to interconnect their mobile money services to enable a wider range of money transfer service within customers in East Africa.
South African pay-TV provider, StarSat, is off-air. Subscribers noticed on this Monday.
Nigeria’s ecommerce network, Konga has partnered with Chinese OEM, Gionee to launch its latest flagship, the Gionee E7 device into the Nigerian market.