Facebook Inc has announced the launch of Facebook Pay, a payment service that unites payments across its social media platforms.
The FG has disclosed that there would be a number of incentives for online vendors and business owners for using social media or websites.
YouTube seems to have instilled fear in content creators with its newly updated Terms of Service scheduled to take effect from December 10.
Twitter CEO @jack visited CcHub on Friday
CcHUB unveils Nyota, showcases Africa’s top tech pioneers
The Nigerian financial technology sector is set to receive a major boost as the UK has disclosed plans to deepen Fintech partnership in Nigeria.
Some iPhone and iPad users will lose their internet this weekend if a certain change is not made on their devices.
Following the acquisition of iHub, Bosun Tijani, the CEO, has shared details of his strategy for operating the multi-country hubs.
The NCC licensed a total number of 20 new Internet Service Providers (ISPs) between January and October this year.
In a bid to help boost female representation in the tech industry, TLcom Capital hosted an African Tech Female Founder Summit.
The CBN has tasked Fintech companies to put in more effort to drive financial inclusion in Nigeria by providing services at low cost to consumers.
In a bid to extend its footprints into the smartwatch market, Google has reportedly made Wearable company, Fitbit an acquisition offer.
Africa realised €127 million in revenue due to the increase in the use of digital technologies, innovations and data, according to a report.
In a bid to continue expanding its services into the international market, Nigerian Fintech firm, Lidya has launched in Poland and Czech Republic.
Tech solutions company, Softcom has announced to launch Eyowo, a payment service.
Popular social media platform, twitter have tendered an apology after accidentally using phone numbers and email addresses for advertising.
Call filtering service, Truecaller has responded to NITDA’s probe on its alleged breach of privacy rights of Nigerians.
Facebook has announced that it would expand its anti-fake news project aimed at combating fake news to 10 more countries.
Online payments company, Paypal has announced that it is no longer in partnership with Facebook’s Libra.
Facebook has disclosed that it had deleted hundreds of pages, groups and accounts on its platforms for “coordinated inauthentic behaviour”.
Google has updated privacy tools on its video streaming platform, YouTube and Google Maps.
Following the harassment of a software developer by SARS officials, tech founders have resolved to raise funds to combat similar occurrences.
What looked like a fresh mess for Facebook is no more as the social media company has won the dismissal of the investor lawsuit.
The Country Manager for OPay in Nigeria has said traditional banks should be worried about the Fintechs and Telecos certified by the CBN.