A List Apart

  • A Content Model Is Not a Design System

    Do you remember when having a great website was enough? Now, people are getting answers from Siri, Google search snippets, and mobile apps, not just our websites. Forward-thinking organizations have adopted an omnichannel content strategy, whose mission is to reach audiences across multiple digital channels and platforms. But how do you set up a content management system (CMS) to reach your audience now and in the future? I learned the hard way that creating a content model—a definition of content types, attributes, and relationships that let people and systems understand content—with my more familiar design-system thinking would capsize my customer’s omnichannel content strategy. You can avoid that outcome by creating content models that are semantic and that also connect related content…

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  • Design for Safety, An Excerpt

    Antiracist economist Kim Crayton says that “intention without strategy is chaos.” We’ve discussed how our biases, assumptions, and inattention toward marginalized and vulnerable groups lead to dangerous and unethical tech—but what, specifically, do we need to do to fix it? The intention to make our tech safer is not enough; we need a strategy. This chapter will equip you with that plan of action. It covers how to integrate safety principles into your design work in order to create tech that’s safe, how to convince your stakeholders that this work is necessary, and how to respond to the critique that what we actually need is more diversity. (Spoiler: we do, but diversity alone is not the antidote to fixing unethical, unsafe tech.) The process for inclusive safety When you are designing for…

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  • Sustainable Web Design, An Excerpt

    In the 1950s, many in the elite running community had begun to believe it wasn’t possible to run a mile in less than four minutes. Runners had been attempting it since the late 19th century and were beginning to draw the conclusion that the human body simply wasn’t built for the task.  But on May 6, 1956, Roger Bannister took everyone by surprise. It was a cold, wet day in Oxford, England—conditions no one expected to lend themselves to record-setting—and yet Bannister did just that, running a mile in 3:59.4 and becoming the first person in the record books to run a mile in under four minutes.  This shift in the benchmark had profound effects; the world now knew that the four-minute mile was possible. Bannister’s record lasted only forty-six days, when it was snatched away by Australian r…

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  • Voice Content and Usability

    We’ve been having conversations for thousands of years. Whether to convey information, conduct transactions, or simply to check in on one another, people have yammered away, chattering and gesticulating, through spoken conversation for countless generations. Only in the last few millennia have we begun to commit our conversations to writing, and only in the last few decades have we begun to outsource them to the computer, a machine that shows much more affinity for written correspondence than for the slangy vagaries of spoken language. Computers have trouble because between spoken and written language, speech is more primordial. To have successful conversations with us, machines must grapple with the messiness of human speech: the disfluencies and pauses, the gestures and body language, a…

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  • Designing for the Unexpected

    I’m not sure when I first heard this quote, but it’s something that has stayed with me over the years. How do you create services for situations you can’t imagine? Or design products that work on devices yet to be invented? Flash, Photoshop, and responsive design When I first started designing websites, my go-to software was Photoshop. I created a 960px canvas and set about creating a layout that I would later drop content in. The development phase was about attaining pixel-perfect accuracy using fixed widths, fixed heights, and absolute positioning. Ethan Marcotte’s talk at An Event Apart and subsequent article “Responsive Web Design” in A List Apart in 2010 changed all this. I was sold on responsive design as soon as I heard about it, but I was also terrified. The pixel-perfect designs…

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  • Asynchronous Design Critique: Giving Feedback, Part 2

    “Any comment?” is probably one of the worst ways to ask for feedback. It’s vague and open ended, and it doesn’t provide any indication of what we’re looking for. Getting good feedback starts earlier than we might expect: it starts with the request.  It might seem counterintuitive to start the process of receiving feedback with a question, but that makes sense if we realize that getting feedback can be thought of as a form of design research. In the same way that we wouldn’t do any research without the right questions to get the insights that we need, the best way to ask for feedback is also to craft sharp questions. Design critique is not a one-shot process. Sure, any good feedback workflow continues until the project is finished, but this is particularly true for design because design wo…

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  • Asynchronous Design Critique: Giving Feedback

    Feedback, in whichever form it takes, and whatever it may be called, is one of the most effective soft skills that we have at our disposal to collaboratively get our designs to a better place while growing our own skills and perspectives. Feedback is also one of the most underestimated tools, and often by assuming that we’re already good at it, we settle, forgetting that it’s a skill that can be trained, grown, and improved. Poor feedback can create confusion in projects, bring down morale, and affect trust and team collaboration over the long term. Quality feedback can be a transformative force.  Practicing our skills is surely a good way to improve, but the learning gets even faster when it’s paired with a good foundation that channels and focuses the practice. What are some foundationa…

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  • That’s Not My Burnout

    Are you like me, reading about people fading away as they burn out, and feeling unable to relate? Do you feel like your feelings are invisible to the world because you’re experiencing burnout differently? When burnout starts to push down on us, our core comes through more. Beautiful, peaceful souls get quieter and fade into that distant and distracted burnout we’ve all read about. But some of us, those with fires always burning on the edges of our core, get hotter. In my heart I am fire. When I face burnout I double down, triple down, burning hotter and hotter to try to best the challenge. I don’t fade—I am engulfed in a zealous burnout.  So what on earth is a zealous burnout? Imagine a woman determined to do it all. She has two amazing children whom she, along with her husband who is als…

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  • Beware the Cut ‘n’ Paste Persona

    This Person Does Not Exist is a website that generates human faces with a machine learning algorithm. It takes real portraits and recombines them into fake human faces. We recently scrolled past a LinkedIn post stating that this website could be useful “if you are developing a persona and looking for a photo.”  We agree: the computer-generated faces could be a great match for personas—but not for the reason you might think. Ironically, the website highlights the core issue of this very common design method: the person(a) does not exist. Like the pictures, personas are artificially made. Information is taken out of natural context and recombined into an isolated snapshot that’s detached from reality.  But strangely enough, designers use personas to inspire their design for the real world. …

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  • Immersive Content Strategy

    Beyond the severe toll of the coronavirus pandemic, perhaps no other disruption has transformed user experiences quite like how the tethers to our formerly web-biased era of content have frayed. We’re transitioning to a new world of remote work and digital content. We’re also experimenting with unprecedented content channels that, not too long ago, elicited chuckles at the watercooler, like voice interfaces, digital signage, augmented reality, and virtual reality. Many factors are responsible. Perhaps it’s because we yearn for immersive spaces that temporarily resurrect the Before Times, or maybe it’s due to the boredom and tedium of our now-cemented stuck-at-home routines. But aural user experiences slinging voice content, and immersive user experiences unlocking new forms of interacting…

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IT News Africa

  • Nigeria’s Andela Achieves $1.5-Billion Valuation in Latest Series E Round

    Andela, a global engineering talent outsourcing company launched in Nigeria in 2014 has secured a $200-million investment during a Series E funding round led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2, the venture capital arm of Japanese mega-corp SoftBank. This latest funding round brings Andela’s total valuation to $1.5-billion, officially making it Africa’s fifth unicorn startup. According […]

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  • Nigeria’s Central Bank Launches eNaira Website

    The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has officially launched its Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) website for the eNaira. Last month, the CBN announced that it was working with Barbados-based fintech firm Bitt Inc as a technical partner to launch the West African country’s own digital coin. The eNaira is set to launch in October. […]

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  • South Africans Are “Extremely Bullish” About Crypto – Luno

    Cryptocurrency buying and selling platform Luno has conducted a survey of over 1000 of its customers in South Africa in August 2021, along with customers in the UK, Malaysia and Indonesia. Luno found that 82% of South Africans who hold cryptocurrency on its platform expect the bitcoin price to rise significantly, some believe as high […]

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  • SA Has Less Than 3 Days Worth of Blood Stocks Amid COVID Impact

    The South African National Blood Service (SANBS) says that it has less than three (3) days blood stock currently on hand as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on hospitals has stretched blood supplies in the country. SANBS has also been experiencing poor collection due to, among other challenges, low donor turnout to mobile blood […]

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  • UKheshe Partners Chipper Uniting 2 of the Most Valuable FinTechs in Africa

    Ukheshe Technologies, a leading fintech enablement partner, has announced a new partnership with Chipper, one of Africa’s most valuable startups and the purveyor of the Chipper Cash app, to enhance and accelerate the rollout of Chipper’s digital payment offerings. Chipper’s new planned offerings through Ukheshe include free and unlimited P2P payments across South Africa, value-added […]

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  • Ransomware Attacks Grew 1070% Since Last Year According to Fortinet

    Fortinet, a global leader in broad, integrated, and automated cybersecurity solutions, today unveiled the 2021 Global State of Ransomware Report. The survey reveals most organizations are more concerned about ransomware than other cyber threats, it also reveals that ransomware grew 1070% year over year from 2020. “According to a recent FortiGuard Labs Global Threat Landscape […]

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  • Amazon’s New Household Robot Can Learn Your Family’s Habits

    Amazon has revealed a new camera-equipped home robot that can patrol homes and investigate activity on your orders in a move that the billion-dollar tech giant is calling “a breakthrough for security and convenience.” The “Astro” robot as Amazon calls it is roughly 60cm tall and weighs around 9kgs. The motorised device can map out […]

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  • South Africa Braces for Petrol Price Hike as Crude Oil Hits 3-Year High

    Last week, South Africa’s Central Energy Fund (CEF) published its mid-month report showing that petrol prices in the country were set for a small decline in October to the brief relief of motorists who have been dealing with some of the highest fuel prices in SA’s history. However, the CEF stressed that the data was […]

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  • AI & Data Storage: Tintri & DDN Together Enable this Symbiotic Relationship

    In the field of enterprise IT, artificial intelligence (AI) is a buzzword that we’ve seen used time and again over the past few years, with the promise of making every part of a business better. What does this mean specifically for data storage? This is the question posed in a recent Tintri blog, which clarifies […]

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  • Businesses Need to Be “Data Driven” for True Digital Transformation says Altron

    Over and above leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) and cloud services; it has been widely acknowledged that the key building block for true digital transformation is the need for businesses to become data-driven. Of course, this is a uniquely challenging task for almost every business. Dealing with the Data Challenge At the core of any data […]

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  • Netflix's tense 'The Gray Man' trailer sees Ryan Gosling as a hunted CIA operative

    Ryan Gosling back in a leading role? Chris Evans playing a bad guy? Bridgerton's Regé-Jean Page on the big screen? Just one of these elements alone would have our attention, but Netflix's The Gray Man trailer — a new thriller from the Russo brothers — has all three put together. Featuring a ridiculously big cast that also includes Ana de Armas, Jessica Henwick, Wagner Moura, Dhanush, Billy Bob Thornton, Alfre Woodard, Julia Butters, Eme Ikwuakor, and Scott Haze, The Gray Man sees a former CIA operative (Gosling) out of prison and on the run from the people trying to catch up to him. Expect high octane thrills aplenty. The Gray Man is available to stream on Netflix from July 22. Want more? 12 of the best suspense movies on Netflix to put you on edge 15 best thriller movies on Netflix to ad…

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  • The best wireless earbuds for every type of listener

    We all know the pain of untangling your headphones. It's like some ludicrous puzzle that we must solve every single day. Ultimately, it’s the curse of owning wired headphones — a fact of life so infuriating that someone once did a scientific study into why it happens. Perhaps that’s why the top audio brands have largely ditched the classic headphone jack and moved towards almost exclusive wireless listening. Well, that and the ever-evolving technology. Unsurprisingly, wireless earbuds have risen in popularity and become a must-have bit of tech for busy and active lifestyles. What are wireless earbuds? Just like a pair of standard wired buds, these little guys fit snugly inside your ear's concha (that's the shell-shaped cavity right next to the entrance of your ear canal). But instead of s…

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  • The best headphones for university students

    A decent set of headphones are a must-have item for any student — for leisure and as a study tool. A good pair of headphones can help you to focus on studying or writing an essay, because they can block out background noise and free you from distractions. They can also help you unwind from a hard day of studying with an audiobook, movie, or playlist. Great headphones can be really expensive, but you don’t have to use up your entire loan. There are excellent options available at a great price. And let’s be honest: being broke is pretty synonymous with being a student. Every penny counts. It’s not as simple as just buying the cheapest pair you see on Amazon. In fact, that’s a fast track to buying a pair that will need replacing just a few months down the line. To help you along, here’s some…

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  • Save 59% on a convenient keychain charger for your Apple Watch

    TL;DR: As of May 24, you can take 59% off this Apple Watch Wireless Charger Keychain and get it for just $19.99 instead of $49.95. Or get two for $38.99 and save 60% instead on its value of $99.90. Anxiety about dying batteries is a major trigger for “nomophobia” — the fear of being without a smartphone (yes, it’s a real thing). But in 2022, it goes beyond just our smartphones. We have so many connected devices, we can’t possibly keep them all fully charged at once — particularly if we’re on the go. That’s why convenient little chargers that fit on your keychain and seamlessly slip into your daily life exist. The Apple Watch Wireless Keychain Charger is a simple solution for keeping your dreadfully weak Apple Watch battery charged when you’re out and about. Featured before, this tiny keyc…

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  • Jazz up your room with a smart neon rope light on sale

    TL;DR: As of May 24, you can get this Smart Neon Rope Light on sale for $67.99. That's 26% off its regular price of $92.50. It’s always pleasant to have a steady stream of natural light pouring in through the windows in the daytime. But nighttime requires a unique glow all its own. That’s where LED lights come into play. You can get LED lamps that basically disappear into the corner of your room, strip lights that stick to surfaces, or even rope lights that can be molded into whatever shape you dream up. The possibilities are endless. For those in need of a little lighting overhaul, this Smart Neon Rope Light happens to be on sale for $67.99 (reg. $92) for a limited time. That's 26% in savings. The Smart Neon Rope Light is designed to transform any room into a colorful escape. It’s over n…

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  • This at-home compression therapy device is on sale for just $170

    TL;DR: The AIR-C + HEAT: Full Leg Massage + Heat Treatment is on sale as of May 24 for 10% less than its usual price of $189.99. That means you can get it for $169.99 for a limited time. Before you go booking massages for the foreseeable future to combat your achy, restless legs, consider the AIR-C + Heat Full Leg Massager from ReAthlete.  Featured before, the AIR-C + Heat is basically a set of compression boots that offer a full-leg massage with three pressure levels, plus heat (hence the name). You can wrap your legs in these bad boys anytime they start feeling achy — after a long day of walking, after a week of following a heavy workout routine, or even after sitting in the same place for way too long at work.  By combining air compression and heat therapy, the Air-C + Heat helps to in…

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  • Enhance your outdoor space with solar garden lights — a 4-pack is on sale for just $25

    TL;DR: As of May 24, you can get a four-pack of LED Outdoor Waterproof Hollow Solar Garden Lights for just $24.99 to light up your garden. What’s the point in having an elaborate backyard setup if it can only be used during daylight hours? Lounging in your perfectly curated space under the stars is what having outdoor space is all about. You just need a little bit of lighting to illuminate the experience. This four-pack of LED outdoor solar garden lights can get you started. And it’ll only cost you $25 for a limited time. These lights from Hakol are ideal for lining a patio, garden, driveway, or backyard. They charge up completely in six to eight hours of sunlight and deliver eight to 10 hours of light at night. And since they’re strictly solar-powered, they’re completely hands-off. Just…

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  • 8 essential 'Bob's Burgers' episodes to watch before you see 'The Bob's Burgers Movie'

    After hundreds of episodes, countless burgers of the day, and an unending amount of Belcher hijinks, Bob's Burgers is finally making the leap to the big screen with The Bob's Burgers Movie. You don't need to watch the show to enjoy the movie: It can stand on its own. However, if you want to start watching this charming animated series and don't know where to start, or if you're a fan who wants a refresher on the show's key characters, you've come to the right place. We've put together a guide of eight essential Bob's Burgers episodes to stream before seeing The Bob's Burgers Movies — plus a few extra goodies if you've got the time. Two of the suggested episodes are general all-timers, while the other six are specifically tailored to each of the show's main characters: Bob (voiced by H. Jo…

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  • Close Friends isn't as close as you may think

    You may think the posts on your Close Friends Story on Instagram are just for your closest friends. But it's being monitored, so post carefully. In a world in which the Venn diagram of our physical and digital selves approaches a circle, it's important to feel like we're in charge of our ability to separate the nuance of those identities. You can give most people access to your hiking photos, but only a select group of people can see the humiliating act of flirting online, or your true feelings about Glee. One of my friends only posts about her yoga classes on her Close Friends Story — an attempt to go against Taylor Swift's graduation advice and flee potential cringe. Another uses her Close Friends Story as a pseudo OnlyFans, collecting money each month in return for access to her Storie…

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  • How Pornhub changed the world

    Before the emergence of tube sites, websites where users upload often-pirated porn for others to stream, viewers usually bought DVDs or subscriptions to watch their favorite content. Then, in 2005, several PayPal employees founded YouTube, allowing non-tech experts to easily upload and share videos. It didn't take long for the adult industry to start using the same technology. Two years later, founders of the porn studio Brazzers started Pornhub, and thus began a shift in how people consume — and create — porn. Fifteen years later, Pornhub remains the king of the tubes. It was the eighth most trafficked website in the world in December 2021 according to Semrush, sandwiched between Reddit at #7 and Walmart at #9 — and the only adult site in the top 15, with over a billion visits that month…

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Naija Tech Guide

  • Bitnob, Buy, Save, and Invest in Bitcoin with Naira

    Bitnob is an easy-to-use Mobile App that enables users to buy, sell, receive, send, pay, and borrow with Bitcoin in Naira using a fast, secure, and reliable peer to peer (P2P) solution. Available for both Android and iOS, you can get loans with your Bitcoin holding as your collateral. Bitnob also supports KYC, which makes […] The post Bitnob, Buy, Save, and Invest in Bitcoin with Naira appeared first on NaijaTechGuide.

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  • From DIY To Industrial: Everything You Need To Know About 3D Printing

    3D printing is present in almost every industry  present including automotive, dentistry, jewelry making, toys, and even in construction. Since its inception, it has tremendously grown in its use from social media influencers using it to print random objects to factories employing this technology to print automobile spare parts using Massivit 3D. However, while 3D […] The post From DIY To Industrial: Everything You Need To Know About 3D Printing appeared first on NaijaTechGuide.

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  • Blackview BL8800 Series is Available now with an Unmissable $335 Off Early Bird Offer

    The leading rugged phone brand Blackview today has put its new 5G flagship, the Blackview BL8800 series (BL8800/BL8800 Pro), to the shelves with an attractive up to $335 off early bird offer, featuring a mighty night/thermal vision, a gigantic 8380mAh battery, and 8GB RAM 128GB ROM. For people who are new to Blackview, this brand […] The post Blackview BL8800 Series is Available now with an Unmissable $335 Off Early Bird Offer appeared first on NaijaTechGuide.

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  • How Digital Lending has Changed over the Last Ten Years

    Since the inception of technology all over the world, with the introduction of the internet, a lot of things have changed. Some years ago, the introduction of the internet also brought about the inception of digital lending. New techs have made it easier for people to borrow money and get loans, and the old way […] The post How Digital Lending has Changed over the Last Ten Years appeared first on NaijaTechGuide.

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  • Umidigi Fan Festival 2022, Best Deals on Phones, Earbuds

    Do you need a value for money smartphone right now? The Umidigi Fan Festival on AliExpress is where to be right now. Starting from May 19 and holding till May 20, you will be able to see exciting deals on not just Umidigi smartphones, but also smartwatches and earbuds. See Deals. Umidigi will be unveiling […] The post Umidigi Fan Festival 2022, Best Deals on Phones, Earbuds appeared first on NaijaTechGuide.

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  • TECNO is among the First to make Android 13 Beta available on Smartphones

    At the Google I/O 2022 held from May 11 to 12, Google officially unveiled Android 13 Beta 2, the new generation operating system. As a global pioneer in electronic technology, TECNO Mobile was amongst the first smartphone manufacturers to join the Android 13 Beta Program. Its latest product, the CAMON 19 Pro (5G), will run […] The post TECNO is among the First to make Android 13 Beta available on Smartphones appeared first on NaijaTechGuide.

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  • Umidigi Power 7S Specs, Price, and Best Deals

    Umidigi Power 7S is the direct successor to the Umidigi Power 5S and the most affordable member of the 2022 iteration of the Umidigi Power series. It is more or less like a stripped down variant of the Power 7 and more so the Power 7 Max. While there was a number of tradeoffs to […] The post Umidigi Power 7S Specs, Price, and Best Deals appeared first on NaijaTechGuide.

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  • Umidigi Power 7 Specs, Price, and Best Deals

    Umidigi Power 7 is the standard edition of the 2022 iteration of the Umidigi Power series built with great battery stamina. It is the direct successor of the Umidigi Power 5 and launches alongside the less premium Umidigi Power 7S and the more premium Umidigi Power 7 Max. Umidigi Power 7 sports a 6.7-inch display, […] The post Umidigi Power 7 Specs, Price, and Best Deals appeared first on NaijaTechGuide.

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  • Umidigi Bison GT2 Pro 5G Specs, Price, and Best Deals

    Umidigi Bison GT2 Pro 5G is just like the Bison GT2 5G except that is offers a different body finish and twice as much built-in storage. While the Bison GT2 5G comes in a Storm Grey AG Matte fiberglass finish and has 128GB built-in storage the Umidigi Bison GT2 Pro 5G offers a Hack Black […] The post Umidigi Bison GT2 Pro 5G Specs, Price, and Best Deals appeared first on NaijaTechGuide.

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  • Umidigi Bison GT2 5G Specs, Price, and Best Deals

    On the surface, the Umidigi Bison GT2 5G seems like just a 5G variant of the Umidigi Bison GT2, but it is much more. It is more like a supercharged GT2 with a more powerful and more efficient processor. Umidigi Bison GT2 5G alongside the Bison GT2 Pro 5G are the first set of smartphones […] The post Umidigi Bison GT2 5G Specs, Price, and Best Deals appeared first on NaijaTechGuide.

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  • HELP IS ON THE WAY” —GOV. UDOM EMMANUEL TO NIGERIAN WORKERS ON LABOR DAY

    As Nigerian workers celebrate Worker’s Day this year May 1, governor of Akwa Ibom State and leading presidential aspirant on the platform of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), has said... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit Ogbongeblog.com for the full content, other content, and more! ]]

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  • Hello Pay Launches New High-end mPOS Device

    Mobile point-of-sale solutions (mPOS) are no longer ‘alternative’ payment solutions – even small vendors who aren’t using this technology, will soon lose out if they don’t adapt. The market... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit Ogbongeblog.com for the full content, other content, and more! ]]

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  • Kandem Launches Mokoto.ng To Address Youth Unemployment In Nigeria

    In a bid to support the efforts of the government to reduce youth unemployment, a Nigerian Tech startup, Kandem Ltd has launched an online-based service provider marketplace. According to a statement... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit Ogbongeblog.com for the full content, other content, and more! ]]

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  • I have Solution to Nigeria’s Problems – Governor Udom Emmanuel

    Gov. of Akwa Ibom state, and presidential aspirant under the platform of the PDP, Emmanuel Udom, has said he has solutions to Nigeria’s myriad of problems. Speaking yesterday while he met with... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit Ogbongeblog.com for the full content, other content, and more! ]]

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  • DataVilla Sells Cheap Data Plans, Airtime VTU, Cable and Electricity Subscriptions In Nigeria

    Introducing Datavilla, a company that deals with the sales of Affordable Internet Data Plans, Airtime VTU, Cable and Electricity on Wholesale and Retail in Nigeria. Datavilla also offers the best... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit Ogbongeblog.com for the full content, other content, and more! ]]

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  • DataVilla Sells Cheap Data Plans, Airtime VTU, Cable and Electricity Subscriptions In Nigeria

    Introducing Datavilla, a company that deals with the sales of Affordable Internet Data Plans, Airtime VTU, Cable and Electricity on Wholesale and Retail in Nigeria. Datavilla also offers the best... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit Ogbongeblog.com for the full content, other content, and more! ]]

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  • Why Should I Own an Amazon Gift Card?

    There’s a very high chance you’ve heard of Amazon, if you haven’t, don’t worry, I’ll give you some background information. Amazon is an online retail company that was founded by Jeff... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit Ogbongeblog.com for the full content, other content, and more! ]]

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  • Why Should I Own an Amazon Gift Card?

    There’s a very high chance you’ve heard of Amazon, if you haven’t, don’t worry, I’ll give you some background information. Amazon is an online retail company that was founded by Jeff... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit Ogbongeblog.com for the full content, other content, and more! ]]

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  • Jamb Registration Procedure at CBT Centers

    The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has given the green light to all its accredited Computer-Based Testing (CBT) centres to conduct registration for the National Open University of... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit Ogbongeblog.com for the full content, other content, and more! ]]

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  • Jamb Registration Procedure at CBT Centers

    The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has given the green light to all its accredited Computer-Based Testing (CBT) centres to conduct registration for the National Open University of... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit Ogbongeblog.com for the full content, other content, and more! ]]

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