It was just yesterday that I published a review of an online service that allows subscribers to convert and download YouTube videos to their devices for offline…

How do artistes and producers deal with the internet and mobile?

It was just yesterday that I published a review of an online service that allows subscribers to convert and download YouTube videos to their devices for offline…

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Starcomms purchases MTS First Wireless and Multilinks?

I spoke with one of my clients today and he mentioned having issues with his Starcomms internet connection. According to him, when he called in the error,…

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Was the Samsung Galaxy S III designed by lawyers?

Gone are the days, it seems, that phone design teams revolved around crazy ideas. With Apple’s new bully attitude, it seems that phone design teams will revolve…

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Twhii, A Twitter client for Java phones: review

Twhii is a Twitter client for java phones. That means it should run on both feature phones and smartphones with Java support. That is covering a wide…

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Top mobile platforms on Mobility blog – Apr 2012

I have been unable to publish Mobility blog’s ritual State of the Mobile Web report because of issues with the particular software that we used in generating…

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When do you use your mobile device the most?

We all use a Mobile device of some sort, be it a phone or a tablet. I use a phone. I have observed that I use it…

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Developers: RIM launches BlackBerry 10 Platform

Developers get powerful tools in advance to build apps that deliver highly engaging mobile experiences for users

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I love music. I love to sing and dance, and I do both quite well. There are times that I can’t find a favourite track of mine…

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Zoom Mobile (formerly Reltel) Nigeria shuts down network

The ranks of CDMA operators in Nigeria keep being decimated year after year. It is no news that CDMA networks have been struggling to keep head over…

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To root or not to root?

I am currently on my second Android device. The Samsung Galaxy S (SGS) was my first and my current device is the Samsung Galaxy Note. I flashed…

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PlirisBlaze Means Business [Updated]

Right from the word Go, PlirisBlaze is a Nigerian mobile brand that makes out like it means business. A Nigerian smartphone brand? Does that surprise you? This…

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What happens when you cannot afford a Smartphone?

Smartphones are great tools of productivity, multimedia and internet access but are not always the best choice – at least not in Nigeria at the moment anyway….

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Nigeria not a smartphone market for Nokia – Asha is the ace

Yesterday when I published news of BlackBerry taking the number one smartphone spot in Nigeria, there were some concerns from those who felt that there was no…

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Which mobile browser/s do you use?

Web browsing is among the top five activities that I carry out on my mobile. Because of this, my choice of web browsers is very important whether…

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Nokia Asha 302 in the house

The Asha 302 is one of the most advanced phones in Nokia’s Asha line-up. With a 1GHz processor, claims to Mail for Exchange functionality, Nokia’s new data…

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