Nigerian news sources took their sweet time getting on the web, but it’s 2015, and most of them not only have websites, but mobile apps. In fact, news apps are some of the most downloaded Android apps in Nigeria.
In no particular order, here are the seven Nigeria universities that have consistently come up in the course of our inquiry.
Instant messaging applications are now everywhere. They allow for swift and realtime interaction with friends, family, colleagues, your boss — anyone. Here is a list of instant messaging apps on any regular smartphone in Nigeria.
Konga has finally launched its proprietary payment method, Konga Pay, two full months (and a week), after TechCabal discovered the product and said just as much. And in South Africa, Zomato is coming to town. Check out these and other stories making the rounds today.
Lagos-based co-working space, the Co-creation Hub, has started accepting applications for its training and internship program, CodeCamp. CodeCamp is an intense 4-week residential training program targeted at early-stage designers and developers. The CodeCamp program is training the next set of user experience researchers and designers in Nigeria and is open to individuals who are passionate […]
Intel, has reiterated its commitment to closing the gender gap in technology participation in Africa through its digital literacy programme for young women in developing countries, ‘She Will Connect’.