IVM Can Rise To Become One Of The Greatest Things To Come Out Of Nigeria -Innoson Slams Critics

Nigeria’s foremost vehicle manufacturing company, Innoson has replied critics for dragging the shape of the vehicle. Reacting to this, the company, via its twitter handle expressed that the company is a work in progress. See the tweet below:


China Opens New £13.5bn Mega-Airport In Beijing That Has The World’s Biggest Terminal (PICS)

China opens new £13.5bn mega-airport in Beijing that has 'the world's biggest terminal', four runways and is designed to handle 72million passengers each year Chinese president Xi Jinping has presided over the inauguration of a second international airport for Beijing with a terminal billed as the world’s biggest. Beijing Daxing International Airport, built in less... Continue Reading →

‘World’s first’ fully-electric plane unveiled by an Israeli company (Pictures)

Israel-based aviation company, Eviation Aircraft Ltd. unveiled a fully-electric passenger plane at the Paris Air Show taking place this week. Named Alice, the plane can fly up to 1,000 kilometers at a speed of 440 kilometers per hour on a single charge, according to the company. Headquartered in central Israel, Eviation has raised $200 million... Continue Reading →

Apple’s iPhone 11 release date, price, news, and features

The iPhone 11 is finally here - this is what we know about it Apple has just announced the iPhone 11 at its big iPhone launch event in San Francisco, and we've got the first details of the new phone right here. Below we've listed all the key specs and features of the new iPhone as we've... Continue Reading →

Trump Gets Shocking New Huawei Warning—From Microsoft

More Huawei defiance was aimed at U.S. President Trump on Sunday [September 8], but this time it wasn't coming from Shenzhen, it was coming from much closer to home. Brad Smith, the President and Chief Legal Officer of America’s own Microsoft has accused his government of being “un-American” in its treatment of the Chinese tech... Continue Reading →

New Huawei handset to launch without Google apps

Huawei's upcoming flagship Mate 30 smartphone will launch next month without key Google apps, creating a disadvantage for the Chinese tech giant hit by US sanctions. A Google spokesperson confirmed Thursday that the California firm won't be able to deliver licensed applications such as Gmail, Maps, and YouTube for the new device because of sanctions... Continue Reading →

Mercedes-AMG GLB 35 Debuts With 302 HP, Still Space For Seven

The turbocharged Mercedes-Benz GLB 250 produces 221 horsepower (164 kilowatts) out of the box. Not bad at all. But as expected (and previewed by multiple sets of spy photos), an even hotter model is here. The 2020 Mercedes-AMG GLB 35 ups the ante with more power, more kit, and even some additional off-road prowess. The same 2.0-liter turbocharged... Continue Reading →

N-Power Releases Batch B Device Collection Centres

We are pleased to inform the general public more especially NPower Batch B volunteers that N-Power has released the full list of device collection centers across the country for its Batch B Volunteers. The scheme, announced that beneficiaries will receive a text message on their phone for detailed instruction on the venue and time for... Continue Reading →

Survey Shows Nigerians Spend More Time On Twitter and Instagram Than Americans and British Combined

Nigerians spend more time on social media than citizens of most countries, according to a survey conducted by Global Web Index, a market research company. In the survey, 575,000 internet users aged 16-64 were interviewed across 46 markets. The social media networks considered in the survey include Facebook, Whatsapp, Twitter, Facebook Messenger, LinkedIn, Skype, Snapchat,... Continue Reading →

This Is The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+

Light years later, the Galaxy Note is undeniable. The original device, unveiled at IFA 2011, seemed unfathomably massive for a handset — all 5.3 inches of it. Nearly a decade and hundreds of millions of handsets later, the line has transformed the way we think about mobile devices. Sure the stylus hasn’t become a mainstream... Continue Reading →

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