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    Google may announce new Nexus phones Google’s yearly Nexus uncovering for the most part comprises of one telephone and a tablet in case you’re fortunate. This year the word around the web is that Google is planning to discharge two new telephones that take into account a more extensive scope […]

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    Just want to say an apology to my Folks Apology to my folks; it has been really long I wrote something amazing. Seriously I believe I haven’t been fair to you… yes, you reading this post. I have betrayed the trust you had in me and for that I am […]

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    Getting to Know the Dope Boyz Good afternoon to you, my readers. Hope you all had a wonderful week? Today we’ll be having an exclusive interview with the star emerging contest winners, Dope Boyz Good afternoon, how are you all doing today? Good afternoon to you too, We’re dope, (laughs) […]

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    Twitter in human rights/political mess If you recall, I posted an article in August about twitter closing some twoop sites to save politicians’ tweets. Now, seventeen international human rights and transparency groups, including the Sunlight Foundation, EFF, Free Press, Open State Foundation, Human Rights Watch and others, are taking Twitter […]

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      Videogram offers new engaging ways Cinemacraft, the Japan-U.S. company that provides interactive online video technologies, has launched a series of news tools aimed at giving broadcasters and brands new ways to boost engagement on their clips, beyond just relying on repositories like YouTube. Rather than trying to replace YouTube, Vimeo and others, […]

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    v The new yam festival of the Igbo people Today i was reminded of the celebration of the new yam festival by my friend  Stephanie,and the painful fact is that most Igbo people don’t know what this festival is about, so here is a little education. The New Yam Celebration […]

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    Android fighting to take over A 2014 IDG Undertaking Portability Review demonstrated that 66 percent of cell phone clients, and 46 percent of tablet clients, are utilizing their gadgets for business related assignments. Organizations are receiving procedures like BYOD (bring your own gadget) and conveying better administration arrangements to tackle […]

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    Lenovo rips off iPhone design Lenovo just produced the most accurate iPhone 6 ripoff! The company just unveiled a new phablet called the Lenovo Phab Plus. It’s huge, and it looks exactly like an iPhone 6. The company might think that it can pull this off due to the different […]

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    Facebook’s Messenger And The Challenge To Google’s Search Dominance When Facebook announced M—an A.I.-powered personal assistant that lives inside Messenger—it enacted a grave challenge for Google. Indeed, if Facebook can successfully scale M to its entire audience (and WhatsApp’s, as well), this new product represents a direct assault on search and […]

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    Cars our children may never have to drive In its most recent monthly self-driving car report, Google notes that it hasn’t set a timeline for rolling autonomous vehicles out to the public in any real way — there are still plenty of kinks to iron out — but it does say […]

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      Nokia C1; the Android Smartphone Nokia is getting back into the smartphone game, and this might be the first real image of the device that reintroduces the brand to phone buyers. Earlier this summer, Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri said that the Finnish company will indeed look to make a […]

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  • 09/08/15--06:13: Commoditized Wearables+
  • Commoditized Wearables Xiaomi reported it sold 2.8 million of its Mi Band activity tracker in the first quarter of 2015; in the same time period for 2014 (first quarter), they sold exactly 0. Newer reports have stated that the Mi Band has sold more than 6 million units for 2015, with estimates coming in […]

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      Bisexuality Bisexuality is romantic attraction, sexual attraction or sexual behavior toward both males and females, or romantic or sexual attraction to people of any sex or gender identity; this latter aspect is sometimes termed pansexuality. The term bisexuality is mainly used in the context of human attraction to denote romantic […]

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      Sam Smith records Spectre Theme song Sam Smith has recorded the theme song for upcoming James Bond movie Spectre. The track is called Writing’s on the Wall and will be released on 25 September. Smith said: “This is one of the highlights of my career.” “I am so excited […]

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    30-second video ads coming to Instagram Instagram is done experimenting and is ready to ramp up ad revenue. It’s making three big changes today to attract marketing dollars from around the world and other ad mediums. Finally, Instagram will make back the money Facebook spent buying it. First, today Instagram […]

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      Antivirus Software Pioneer John McAfee is running for President 2016 Fresh off of a DUI and gun possession arrest last month, software pioneer John McAfee has decided that the presidency of the United States is his next logical step. After hinting the move to Wired in a piece that […]

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    CrunchBase Is Spinning Out, Backed by Emergence Capital Eight-year-old, San Francisco-based CrunchBase looks to become a standalone company in the very near future. According to several sources, the unit, which calls itself the “definitive database of the startup ecosystem,” is finalizing a term sheet with the venture firm Emergence Capital […]

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      Periscope Is Secretly Building An Apple TV App Periscope is developing an app for the new Apple TV, according to multiple sources. It will allow users to watch livestreams on their television that are broadcasted from Twitter’s Periscope app. You could consider it a coming of age moment, considering the […]

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  • 09/09/15--05:00: Android-Heyday; The End.
  •   Are We At The End Of The Android Heyday?   Over the past years, Google’s Android has come to dominate the world of mobile and tablet devices. Even though sales declined slightly at the close of 2014, Android devices still accounted for more than 75 percent of the market share by the end of […]

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     Why Facebook’s $2 Billion Bet on Oculus Rift Might One Day Connect Everyone on Earth Mark Zuckerberg made a $2 billion bet on a virtual-reality headset called the Oculus Rift, brainchild of 22-year-old Palmer Luckey, who sold his Kickstarter-funded breakthrough to Facebook this spring. The first time Mark Zuckerberg put […]

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