How to save space on your Windows

The Windows 10 Anniversary Update brings a number of new features to Microsoft’s latest operating system – some more significant than others — but expect some annoyances as well. Windows 10 is a solid operating system that is receiving a good slew of bug fixes and feature enhancements free of charge, on a potentially free […]

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The Qualcomm Clear Sight Dual Camera Tech

Before we talk about the technology, let us now agree to the fact that dual camera modules are to stay and will get better in the coming days. It is this Dual-lens camera setup that Qualcomm is trying to make better and thus, the chipset manufacturer has introduced the Clear Sight dual camera tech. Powered […]

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How startups can use data to grow smarter

Tech investing isn’t what it used to be — even compared to six months ago. Investors are applying greater scrutiny to deals. Many wonder if the days of the mega round that produced the likes of Snapchat, Uber and Magic Leap arefading quickly. Founders are realizing they can’t favor growth over profitability, or vice-versa — […]

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SAP Steps Up: Working with Government to Make the World a Better Place

In a series of meetings with world leaders, SAP CEO Bill McDermott is advocating partnership between governments and business leaders to help make the world a better place to live. There’s a new challenge on the global table, and it is a bold one: to ensure prosperity for all by 2030. This ambitious target is […]

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Study at M.I.T. for Free

No, this isn’t a junk email, it’s for real.  As part of its mission to“advance knowledge and education, and serve the world in the 21st century” the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has decided to put all their courses online for free.  They call it Open Course Ware or OCW and the stated goals of the program are:  MIT OCW’s goals […]

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Coming soon: Android 7.1 Developer Preview

Today, we’re taking the wraps off of Android 7.1 Nougat, the latest version of the platform. You probably saw a sneak peek of it at last week’s event. It’s an incremental update based on Android 7.0 but includes new features for consumers and developers — from platform Daydream VR support and A/B system updates to […]

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Hilarious Parody Turns Samsung’s Explosive Galaxy Note 7 Into Lethal Weapons

Samsung’s exploding Galaxy Note 7 has been the butt of many online jokes, but a humorous game modifier HitmanNiko has taken the joke further, turning these volatile devices into explosives in ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ (I mean bombs!). Purchasable from every gun store in the game, you can now buy as many Galaxy Note 7s […]

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Minister of Comm. & Technology assures ICT Investors of friendly Policies in Nigeria

Nigeria’s Minister of communications, Adebayo Shittu says the government will continue to create an enabling environment for the development of information technology in the country. Speaking at ICT EXPO in Lagos, Mr. Adebayo stressed that there is no better time to harness the benefits of ICT than now when the Nigerian economy is in dire need of […]

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Educate yourself through HxGN Manufacturing Intelligence Videos

    The Manufacturing Intelligence track at HxGN LIVE 2016 opened with a packed program of sessions and technology demonstrations, alongside the opening keynote from Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence President Norbert Hanke. Entitled “The Shape of Progress,” the keynote charted the evolution of the quality department through several engaging customer stories, before delving deeper into how […]

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Intel, Unilorin to spend $4 million on e-teaching, learning in Nigeria

American multinational technology company, Intel Corporation, has offered to collaborate with the University of Ilorin on the training of lecturers on latest teaching and learning technology. Olubunmi Ekundare, Intel Country Manager, West Africa, disclosed this on Tuesday at a tripartite meeting, which had attendance, representatives of the company, Abdulganiyu Ambali, Vice-Chancellor of the University of […]

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