digital age

OPINION: WHEN YOU DIE YOUR DIGITAL LIFE LIVES ON

by Tony Ogunlowo We live in a world – the digital age- where we virtually do everything online from corresponding to shopping, banking and socialising. We send and receive emails; shop for virtually everything online; socialise through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram etc; watch movies on YouTube and Netflix; check our bank balances; store our music […]

Nokia 3310 is back and selling in the UK

by Rachel Ogbu Nokia 3310 remake is back in the market selling at £50 and it’s available in warm red, dark blue, yellow and grey.  Thin, light and incredibly durable, the Nokia 3310 is a head turning modern twist on one of the best-selling feature phones of all time, a spokesperson for Nokia said. Boasting an incredible […]

Facebook rolls out Messenger Lite in Nigeria, other countries

Furthering its goal to empower people all over the world to stay connected, Facebook is launching a new app called Messenger Lite to people in Nigeria, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands and 146 other countries. Messenger Lite is a standalone version of Messenger for Android. It is a slimmed down version of Messenger that offers the […]

APPLE releases new app APPLE CLIPS

by Rachel Ogbu Apple today introduced Clips, a new app that makes it quick and fun for anyone to create expressive videos on iPhone and iPad. The app features a unique design for combining video clips, photos and music into great-looking videos to share with friends through the Messages app, or on Instagram, Facebook and other […]

People react to ex NAACP Leader Rachel Doleful who lied about being black now going by the name “Nkechi Amare Diallo”

By Rachel Ogbu  Rachel Dolezal, 39, made news in 2015. At the time, she was the President of NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) Chapter in Spokane, Washington, USA, All through her career- spanning over 17 years, she had claimed she was black and said she had been a victim of racism, hate crimes, and discrimination. […]

YouTube Heroes

YouTube to reward ‘snitches’ for reporting videos

YouTube Heroes YouTube has launched a scheme to encourage users to moderate content on the website. They will reward so-called Heroes for reporting videos and comments they believe violate community guidelines. But the plan has been criticised by a number of YouTube stars and viewers. YouTube already lets people report abusive or offensive content found […]

Mark Zuckerberg CEO of Facebook Visits Nigeria

Mark Zuckerberg CEO of Facebook Visits Nigeria According to reports, these photos were taken at the CC Hub in Yaba ( known as the Silicon Valley of Nigeria) where he is inspecting how Facebook works in Nigeria and what can be done to make it more efficient.  On his first visit to sub-Saharan Africa, the 7th […]

Cyberculture: More Than 125,000 Twiiter Accounts Suspended Due To Isis Connection

by Rachel Ogbu Twitter has taken drastic measure to tackle extremism by suspending more than 125,000 accounts it believes has “threatened or promoted terrorist acts” especially to the Islamic State (Isis). The micro-blogging site said it has increased the size of its team that reviews reports including spam-fighting tools to uncover violating accounts for further review. “We condemn the […]