What you need to know about IP and how you can keep your ideas secure
A couple of weeks ago, I was in a meeting with a potential client (let’s call her- Ms Gifted). Ms Gifted is a pretty talented developer, and she had recently started off in the world of freelancing.
Most of these mistakes startups make can be avoided if a little more attention is paid to crossing the Ts and dotting the Is of their legal.
Chances are you know this Nigerian hip-hop star. But it turns out that eLDee’s probably a bigger nerd than most Nigerian techies with a badge. Not to mention a newly “haloed” Angel investor. This interview is 2000-plus words long. Grab some popcorn.
Just recently, Samsung reportedly filed a patent for a supposedly novel unlock feature on their future smartphones. If Samsung did apply, it is very likely that they will get it. I find myself hoping that the core details of this “invention” are lost on us. It’s either that or it’s an elaborate hoax. Patents are […]
If you’ve ever tried carrying out online academic research on Nigerian topics, you’d know the whole process is narrowly short of a wild goose chase. There isn’t just enough accessible info out there and it’s not necessarily because no one is working on researchable material. This is the exact problem Owai and Onome Owai look […]