Yes, you read that right. Today, we reported that scientists are developing a new internet technology called LiFi that will let you download at 200GB per second. It’s being tested in Estonia. We also told you about $5 Raspberry Pi; it’s the cheapest programmable computer in the world.

What other movie stories did we release today?

LiFi Technology Will Grant You Download Speeds Of Up To 200GB, Per Second

Seems like we’ll be getting that Information Superhighway, after all.

At $5, The Raspberry Pi Zero Is The World’s Cheapest Computer

Programmable computer, that is.

This Is Venia’s Hub 2.0

After four years of operation, Venia Hub is getting an upgrade.

Today’s Tech Seen Through The Eyes Of A Man Who Had Been In Prison For 44 Years

Otis Johnson was sent to prison when he was 25 and was released at the age of 69. On getting out, he quickly realized how the world was a different place than he left it back in the 1960s.

Nigerian Senate Confirms Umar Danbatta As Executive Vice Chairman Of NCC

Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta has been confirmed as the Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Executive of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) by the Nigerian Senate.

Linda Ikeji Has Launched A Video Blog

Linda Ikeji launched her first vlog today. And no, she’s not shuttering her regular blog.

5 Ways Internet Can Be Made More Affordable

We continue our learnings from A4AI Nigeria coalition event.

CcHub will host 50 Nigerian high schoolers at this year’s Computer Literacy Day

The World Computer Literacy Day is an annual event to create awareness and drive digital literacy in underserved communities worldwide.

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