The story of the former Nigerian National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, and his controversial arms deal continued today. This time, attentions turn to the popular Nigerian blogger, Linda Ikeji, on account of her supposed involvement in the scandal. Also, we told you about UberSleigh and asked what you thought about unlimited data for Christmas. What else happened today?
The Central Bank of Kenya has warned that cryptocurrencies are not legal tender, and they expose users to potential losses due to lack of backing assets. The currencies could also be used to finance terrorism and money laundering.
Uber Lagos is teaming up with Slum2School and calling on you to show love to 10,000 disadvantaged kids by donating gift boxes this Christmas.
Obi Worldphone is launching a series of smartphones in Nigeria tomorrow.
The Redmi Note Prime is exclusive to Amazon India, for now.
If you are a big Pulse.ng fan, a sucker for mobile apps, and hate typing in URLs, then your Christmas gift may be coming in early.
It’s not enough that you can see when people have read your messages on Messenger, or that you can comment on Facebook posts offline, Facebook now lets you see when a friend is writing a comment.
That would be the best Christmas gift everrrrrr!
The latest update to Google Maps for iOS allows you to navigate saved areas offline, view gas prices at nearby filling stations, and see the busiest hours of local stores.
Nigerians on Twitter reacted to the allegations that Linda Ikeji received N240M from the previous administration to kill a potentially damaging story.
Who knew robots could help people find love?
Bitpesa vs Safaricom: 0 – 1