The GTBank Play Centre is equipped with a wide array of interactive games that will give kids a fun and immersive digital experience
The CBN has stated that continuous technological innovations in the world have disrupted the financial service sector.
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Some iPhone and iPad users will lose their internet this weekend if a certain change is not made on their devices.
Commuters can be forgiven for thinking that fortune has smiled on them and blessed them with free rides.
The FG has disclosed that there would be a number of incentives for online vendors and business owners for using social media or websites.
In a bid to continue expanding its services into the international market, Nigerian Fintech firm, Lidya has launched in Poland and Czech Republic.
Africa's leading tech development company, Andela, have shared (via Twitter) some very useful tips for Application Delivery.
This is an attempt to dissect Nigeria’s technology-enabled Transportation sector.
Osaz, a former yahoo boy familiar with the operations of internet fraudsters, explained the sequence of activities to Nairametrics.
Twitter CEO @jack visited CcHub on Friday
Google has announced the launch of free Wi-Fi hotspots in Lagos.
It came as a surprise when Twitter's Co-founder, Jack Dorsey offered Nigerian tech developer, Dara Oladosu a job during his visit to Nigeria.
The NCC licensed a total number of 20 new Internet Service Providers (ISPs) between January and October this year.
Andela has announced the appointment of Omowale David-Ashiru as its Nigeria country director.
Agri fintech startup, Farmcrowdy, today unveiled Farmgate Africa, its commodity aggregator platform.
In January 2019, Andela secured $100 million from foreign investors, thereby continuing a trend that has long characterised the Nigerian startup space.
The demand for blockchain-based services is on the increase globally, while the technology powering these services is growing at a rapid pace. The potential applications for blockchain technology are almost without limit
Following the release of its annual report, comparing spending habits between Nigeria and Kenya, Nairametrics interviewed JR Kanu, the founder of Reach, a fintech company.