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The federal government has announced the suspension of the operations of Twitter, the microblogging and social networking service, in Nigeria.
YouTube, a video-sharing and social networking platform, has announced updates to its terms of service, stating that content creators outside the United States who do not meet the stipulated tax exemption requirements will now pay a 24 per cent tax from all the revenues entitled to them for their contents on it's platform worldwide.
The ongoing National Identification Number (NIN) and Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) integration exercise has been extended by 8 weeks, with a new deadline of April 6, 2021
Mobile payment options are rapidly replacing traditional payment methods by allowing consumers to complete transactions via mobile wallets. Tens of millions of people in the United States are using mobile payment options such as Paytm, Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, and Android Pay. Mobile payment options are flexible and convenient, but are they secure?
Facebook-owned WhatsApp has disclosed that the company would restrict its services from running on operating systems lower than IOS 7, Andriod version 2.3.7 and...
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...
Google redoubled efforts to help users manage their screen time, adding new terms to its manufacturer agreement requiring OEMs to embed digital wellbeing tools on devices running Android 9 and 10.
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.
Facebook today announced the expansion of its third-party fact-checking program to 10 African countries including: Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Cameroon and Senegal. In partnership with Agence France-Presse (AFP), the France 24 Observers, Pesa Check and Dubawa, this programme forms part of its work in helping assess the accuracy and quality of news people find on Facebook, whilst reducing the spread of misinformation on its platform.
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.