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Shocking: Obasanjo Space Centre too broke to make staff ID

Obasanjo Space Centre
The Centre for Satellite Technology Development, one of the centres under the National Space Research and Development Agency (NARSDA) has directed members of its staff to personally fund the production of identity cards.

Why telecoms poor services persist 

Telecom mast
The alleged poor telecommunication services witnessed across Nigeria has been attributed to an investment gap of about N1.98 trillion in the sector and that is currently hindering...

Breaking: Jeff Bezos, three other astronauts return from space aboard Blue...

Jeff Bezos, three other astronauts return to Earth from space
Jeff Bezos and three other astronauts returned to Earth after blasting into space aboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard Rocket spaceship.

UN opens Technology Bank in Turkey

The United Nations (UN) has opened Technology Bank in Turkey, thereby welcoming a new member into the fold, which will help poor nations leapfrog development challenges.

Malware attack hits 200 Russian, European targets: cyber firm

Malware attack hits 200 Russian, European targets: cyber firm

Creating technology-enabled public education systems: key to building resilience, recovery from...

When the United Nations 76th General Assembly (UNGA76) opens in New York on Tuesday September 14th, it will do so still under the shadow of the global COVID pandemic.

How MTN, GLO networks frustrate Nigerian subscribers

MTN and GLO logo
Nigerian subscribers of some mobile networks in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) have decried their inability to make calls or browse the internet in the last two days.

Concerned Nigerians group condemns suspension of Twitter operations in Nigeria

Deji Adeyanju
Pro-democracy, good governance and human rights group, Concerned Nigerian, has condemned the suspension of Twitter operations in Nigeria by the president Muhammadu Buhari-led government.

Google under fire for using iPhone user data

Google is facing a mass claim for compensation following allegations it collected data from more than 4 million iPhone users, as the London Court of Appeal reopened a legal case against the internet giant.

Ive, iPhone designer to leave Apple

Sir Jony Ive, the Briton who over two decades helped turn Apple into the world’s most valuable company, is leaving to set up his own venture.