Nigeria’s tech hardware developer, Jerry Mallo, has unveiled the first set of prototype ventilators in Jos, Plateau State to ink history as Africa’s most
As the world enters lockdown, there will be many consequences for the tech, media and telecoms (TMT) industry. Some will fare relatively well in
Following the news that the US Government is in talks with tech companies such as Facebook and Google about how to use smartphone location
By Nwakaego Alajemba The UK has restricted Huawei after classifying it as a high risk vendor, and has banned ZTE. The two Chinese tech
One thing is certain; Nigeria’s drive for digital economy in 2020 will gather speed. For Africa’s largest economy of some 200 million people, the
The internet is making young people in Nigeria increasingly more unsafe and vulnerable to abuses, a breakfast meeting on child cyber safety has revealed.
AfriLabs, the pan-African network of tech and innovation hubs has launched the AfriLabs Capacity Building Programme (ACBP) at the just concluded AfriLabs Annual Gathering
By Abdulrahm Ponzin Musa Exactly a year ago today, His Excellency, The Executive Governor of Plateau State, Rt. Hon. (Dr.) Simon Bako Lalong, Esq.,
The Next Einstein Forum (NEF) has announced its new class of Ambassadors, the third cohort of young science and technology champions from across Africa.
Starting next Monday, the world’s largest technology conference according to the Financial Times, will begin in Lisbon. This year the event has seen more