Friday, 24 February 2017

Don Jazzy: "I Give Free Airtime, Now it's Time To Give Free Wifi"

Mavin extraordinaire Don Jazzy has exclusively launched his own internet providing service called Flobytconnect.

The internet providing service promises to provide users with free public wifi at selected locations in Lagos.

According to, some of these locations include Bar Enclave, Massimo Bar, Amala Express, White House and Road Star Burger.

While at the launching of the internet service today earlier today in Lagos, he told the press,

"I have been on social media for a longtime. I know how expensive data is. I give free airtime, now it's time to give free Wifi."

Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Things To Think About Before Purchasing a Smartphone

Nowadays, it seems like buying the right smartphone is not an easy task at all....With the release of at least 5-10 new smartphones every month, how do you decide which one is right for you?

Well, I am here to share a few tips that could make your next smartphone device purchase much easier...

-Memory Size -

With any smartphone you buy these days, the memory size is probably the number one deciding factor that helps most people decide whether or not the phone should be purchased or not. Why? Because what use is a smartphone if there is not enough storage? Besides, if the phone does not have enough storage space you may end up having to purchase another one, so it's better to get it right from the get go.

Sunday, 19 February 2017

GTB Bans Customers From Using Their Naira Mastercard via Paypal

Paypal Nigeria Ban CBN GTB

As of today, Guaranty Trust Bank customers will no longer be able to user their Naira Mastercards to make foreign transactions on their accounts via Paypal.

The news comes several hours after an unhappy GTB customer took to GTB's Facebook to make a complaint.

Check out what a spokesperson for the bank had to say below:

Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Nokia 3310 Makes A Comeback + Blackberry Mercury To Be Unveiled In Coming Days

According to reports, one of Nokia most oldest and legendary phones - the 3310 - is making a comeback later this month. A report from Huffington Posts states that the phone will be re-launched at the Mobile World Congress on the 25th of the month by HMD Global.

Nokia fanatics looking to get the hands on the phone will be able to purchase the handset for just €59.

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Another phone that will also be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress is Blackberry's latest project - the Blackberry Mercury powered by Android.

For more on the story, check out Huffington and Daily Star.

Will you be purchasing any of the handsets? Let us know by leaving your comment(s) below.

Monday, 13 February 2017

Yahoo Mail Introduces Caller ID Feature + File Sharing Feature

Caller ID Featured Yahoo Mail ID Photo Sharing Lagos Nigeria

I have some great news for all the Yahoo mail lovers in the house!

According to reports, as of today, Yahoo Mail will begin to operate "as a file sharing service between your mobile device and desktop, and also ID your incoming calls."

The news comes just barely less than two months after it was originally reported that Yahoo was being sued for a huge security data breach.

See more on the story at Digital Trends

Thursday, 9 February 2017

Youtube Releases Youtube Go Beta App

If you're a big Youtube fan like I am then you'll be pleased to know that Youtube have just released a new app called Youtube Go.  Youtube Go allows Youtube lovers to download videos for free. Hurray!

Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Visitors Entering The US May Have to Hand Over Social Media Passwords

Although President Donald Trumps attempt to ban immigrants from entering the US has been stopped for now, it looks like immigrants are not off the hook just yet.

According to reports, smartphone users seeking to enter the US on a visa may be asked to hand over their social media passwords and phones in the near future.

U.S. Homeland Security Secretary, John Kelly made the announcement last night at the hearing of the Homeland Security Committee.
“We’re looking at some enhanced or some additional screening.We may want to get on their social media, with passwords. It’s very hard to truly vet these people in these countries, the seven countries. But if they come in, we want to say, what websites do they visit, and give us your passwords. So we can see what they do on the internetThese are the things we are thinking about. But over there we can ask them for this kind of information and if they truly want to come to America, then they will cooperate. If not, next in line,” Kelly said.
What do you think about these latest developments?