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How To Save Videos, Photos, and Documents to Dropbox


Recently someone on Nairaland asked me how Dropbox works in terms of uploading and retrieving files. I immediately directed the person to a blog post I had written not too long ago. Today how I am here to tell you how you can save files into Dropbox.

To start with you must have a valid email address, a laptop and a smartphone.

Facebook To Produce Own TV Content

Pretty soon Facebook members will be allowed to do just about anything on Facebook.

In recent months, Facebook has introduced a slew of things on to their platform. The latest addition is their very on TV shows. Facebook will reportedly be producing some interesting TV content targeted at adults between 17-30. 

In addition to producing their own content, Facebook will also be working with other major social networking sites such as BuzzFeed, and Refinery29 to produce more content.

In a statement released by the Vice President of Media Partnerships, Nick Grudin, he stated
We’re supporting a small group of partners and creators as they experiment with the kinds of shows you can build a community around—from sports to comedy to reality to gaming. We’re focused on episodic shows and helping all our partners understand what works across different verticals and topics.

What do you think? Could Facebook TV be the new Youtube? 

Apple To Roll Out New Application Features With IOS 11 Update


Apple latest software update has got everyone talking.

According to iOS iPhone Beta testers, who are currently testing out the updated version of iOS 11, iOS 11 comes with a Do Not Disturb While Driving option, which is available in the Settings section. This new feature will disable notification temporarily once the phone realises the driver is the car.

Apple also introduced a Files app, where users can save files to the phones share sheet. Is this similar to iCloud? Yes, however, users can either choose to save photos, videos and documents to the Files app (which will then be saved onto the phone) or iCloud.

To check out what other features have been added to the mix, check out TechCrunch.

What do you think about this new update?

How To Stop Nosy Friends From Going Through Your iPhone Without Your Permission


If there's something we can all agree on, it's probably the fact that we all have that nosey one friend or family member who tries to go through your iPhone device when you are probably not looking.

Well today, I am here to tell you how you can stop this from happening ever again. Let's say your friend wants to use your phone to play a game or make a call, here's what you have to do to stop them from being intrusive...