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Huawei Wins Contract To Develop German 5G Network

Chinese telecom giant Huawei on Wednesday won a contract to supply 5G infrastructure in Germany but the politically sensitive deal is subject to government approval following US concerns about snooping CNA reports. Telefonica Germany, the second-biggest operator after Deutsche Telekom, said it was giving Huawei and Finland’s Nokia an equal role in the project, calling... Continue Reading →

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Foreign Capital Inflows Into Telecoms Rise By $659.03m

The country’s desire to deepen broadband penetration nationwide is hinged on capital investment into the telecom sector. IFE OGUNFUWA examines how the sector has fared in investment in the past two years Punch NG reports. Foreign capital investment into the telecoms industry rose by $659.03m between 2016 and 2018, representing a 70.8 percent increase in... Continue Reading →

Free Lagos-Ibadan Train Rides Record Only 6 Passengers In Two Trips

The free train ride between Lagos and Ibadan on the new standard gauge train commenced on Monday, but in two days only six passengers boarded the train in two separate trips. Transport minister Rotimi Amaechi had declared the free ride on Saturday after a test-run of the train from Iju in Lagos to Ibadan, Oyo state where... Continue Reading →

Huawei Y9s Launch Date, Price, Specs, And Review

Huawei Y9s smartphone runs on the Android v9.0 (Pie) operating system. The phone is powered by Octa-core (2.2 GHz, Quad-core, Cortex A73 + 1.7 GHz, Quad-core, Cortex A53) processor. It runs on the HiSilicon Kirin 710F Chipset. It has 6 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage. Huawei Y9s smartphone has a TFT display. It... Continue Reading →

“So Grateful To Finally Be In Nigeria” – Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey Says As He Arrives Nigeria

he co-founder and CEO of social media service Twitter, Jack Dorsey, is currently in the building (we mean Nigeria). AfricaNews reports that he announced his arrival in Nigeria on Twitter. He wrote: “So grateful to finally be in Nigeria". https://twitter.com/jack/status/1192492712244793345 Maybe, just maybe, he might celebrate his birthday in Nigeria. (his birthday is on November 19).... Continue Reading →

‘We Made No Demand For USSD Charges’- Banks Reveals As They Disown MTN

Nigerian banks have denied asking MTN to impose a new charge on customers for using the telecom firm’s access codes to conduct financial transactions. MTN on Sunday announced a N4 charge for every 20 seconds of using USSD bank codes, claiming it took the decision as requested by the banks Daily Post reports “Yello, as... Continue Reading →

Warning Issued For Millions Of Samsung Galaxy S10 And Note 10 Users

Three days after Samsung confirmed an issue with the innovative in-display fingerprint reader on its S10 and a Note 10 smartphones, the company has issued an even more serious warning for millions of users. The issue relates to the use of gel covers which seem to enable any fingerprint to unlock the devices. The issue is so serious, that... Continue Reading →

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 →

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