Last week on TechCabal Live, we had a chat about Maker culture with Mark Essien, founder and CEO of and Ifedayo Oladapo, founder and CEO of GRIT Systems. Analytics say that more than 300 people viewed it, which is pretty dope for a 5th episode. Right after the broadcast, the video replay went into limbo. It was stuck “processing” for days, but the super support team at Blab helped wring it from the jaws of darkness.

The good news is that if you missed it, you can catch a replay here.

This week…

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The great news is that during this week’s broadcast, tomorrow at noon, we’ll be talking about all the gadgets we’ve played with since January. Bankole, Ire and I have reviewed a ton of them in and we’ll be sharing our thoughts about all of them with you.

You know Ire right? She is our president, code-wrangler and UI designer at Big Cabal Media, and nobody, I repeat, nobody has a larger collection of gadgets than she does. She’s going to come on the show and show it to us. Trust me, it’s yuuuuuuge. 

If you’re up to it, you can also dial in and brag about your own device collection…or just tell us about your dream gadgets – the stuff you’d love to own. Who knows? Santa may be listening and if you’ve been good, you’ll get an early Christmas gift. I can tell you for free that my list is pretty long. I tweeted some of them last Christmas, and I’ve still not gotten anything. 🙁


One more thing…

No, this is not some Steve Jobs-style unveil. Anyone remember our live broadcast with David Ko from Jide Technology? (it’s pronounced ja-id, not ji-day). They have created what we know as the world’s first Android PC, the Remix Mini. David talked to us about his company’s entry into the Nigerian market, and we gave away two units of the Remix Mini Android PC.

I’ve been playing around with it since then, and putting down my thoughts. I’m going to publish the full review at 9AM tomorrow, Nigerian time (GMT+1).

We are also going to give away two more units, so…click here to subscribe, and we’ll let you know before we start at noon.

Osarumen Osamuyi Author

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