Tag: Google

MuyiwaJanuary 14, 2015

Google Translate now lets you translate words with your phone camera offline

by Muyiwa Matuluko Thanks to the World Lens acquisition last May, the Google Translate app just got a couple of ...

Ada IgboanugoDecember 17, 2014

Nigeria 2014 in Search: Heroes, Moments and Tragedies that happened in the year 2014

By Zainab Okafor What newsmakers and trends captured the imagination of Nigeria in 2014? Every day, we search. We want ...

Kolapo OlapojuOctober 10, 2014

Way to go! Linda Ikeji is now recruiting [DETAILS]

by Kolapo Olapoju She’s ready to go! One of Nigeria’s foremost bloggers, Linda Ikeji has put all that hoopla behind ...

Kolapo OlapojuOctober 8, 2014

Linda Ikeji’s blog has been taken down by Blogger?

by Kolapo Olapoju   The blog of one of Nigeria’s most popular bloggers, Linda Ikeji, seems to have been taken ...

SolaOctober 1, 2014

This is how @Google celebrated Nigeria’s 54th Independence Day Anniversary (LOOK)

by S’ola Filani How sweet of them. Google is celebrating with Nigeria today by changing its logo on Google.com.ng to ...

Op-Ed EditorAugust 27, 2014

Opinion: 22 really simple things you didn’t know you could do with Google

by Chinedu Nnawetanma To most people, Google is nothing more than a regular search engine where you type in keywords ...

Kolapo OlapojuAugust 11, 2014

NYSC has launched an app for corpers (LOOK, DETAILS)

by Kolapo Olapoju The management of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has launched an app for youth corps members. ...

Kolapo OlapojuAugust 9, 2014

Ajegunle.org: Paradigm Initiative Nigeria activates 3-week Google Web Training for community youth

by Kolapo Olapoju   Ajegunle.org, an initiative of Paradigm Initiative Nigeria (PIN), which connects young people with ICT enabled opportunities ...

April 26, 2014

5 tips for dating him even if he’s out of your league

by Reductress Wear it all the time; you never know when you’re going to run into someone from the upper ...

April 19, 2014

Listen & learn: 5 good reasons to drop him after the first date

by Anna Bella The first date can be exciting, fun, flirty and fabulous! It can also be boring, tear-jerking, woeful, ...

April 18, 2014

13 things wives should NOT do without asking their husbands first

by Jeanne Sager Really, it comes down to common courtesy. He’s not being “controlling;” he’s having an opinion … and ...

April 16, 2014

9 questions you should NEVER ask on a first date

by Kiri Blakeley  Financial questions are fine to ask, there’s no reason you shouldn’t know if someone is drowning in ...

April 12, 2014

10 easy tips to have the perfect date

by Genevieve Nunis Whether you’re old or new in the dating scene, feeling nervous before your big date is something ...

March 2, 2014

Photo of the Day: Errm, what are these women doing on the floor?

by Akan Ido We’re as confused as you are trying to figure out why these women are on the floor ...

January 10, 2014

Perry Brimah: No jobs? The machines have taken them over

by Perregrino Brimah It is the machines; the blessing of advancing technology, creating a race of gadgets that are surely ...

November 21, 2013

Opinion: Gov. Amaechi can (like to) ask Google for the ‘missing’ N5 billion

by Ebubedike Akabuwa Once again, Governor Amaechi has seen another attempt to blame the “$5B ECA allegedly missing funds” on ...

November 18, 2013

Where the bribes are: This map shows Nigeria & Argentina are the world’s top bribe-taking countries (LOOK)

by Oge Okonkwo According to a study by Google, the map above shows the nations in the world where public ...

November 7, 2013

10 (terrible) habits you need to break right NOW

by Tess Koman Refusing to get rid of clothes you’re not going to wear. Sure, that super expensive Miley-esque gown looked ...

October 6, 2013

Opinion: Why you should think (privacy) before sending that (dirty) text

by Igbokwe Ifeanyi Everyday billions of people use their laptops, mobile devices and phones most of which is connected to ...

August 27, 2013

Africa Connected: Tell us your web success story (CLICK)

by Oge Okonkwo Every day, the web is changing lives in Africa. In the next five years, 7 out of ...

August 20, 2013

What Google says about GEJ: Oronto Douglas responds to the President’s critics with humor (and some interesting facts)

by Isi Esene After so much ruckus in the polity where the interim leader of the newly registered All Progressives ...

July 12, 2013

CLICK: Stanbic IBTC Spot The Difference Campaign (WATCH)

by Isi Esene You still have a chance to be one of the 10 lucky winners of N100, 000 with ...

July 5, 2013

Opinion: The Okada Books revolution and what it means for African authors

by Kemi Ogunniyi Something new and exciting has just happened in the world of books. It happened in Africa. The ...

July 4, 2013

Stop using search engines if you fear US spying, says Germany

If you are worried about the US spying on  you, you need to stop using Google and Facebook, Germany’s top ...

June 18, 2013

Keeping our children safe: Google pledges $5m to battle child porn on the web

Google is to spend $5m (£3.1m) fighting child pornography and abuse, the company will announce today, after criticism that it ...

June 5, 2013

Too late? Google bans porn apps from Glass devices

It’s an easy truism in tech that whenever a new platform arrives – whether it’s VHS tapes or the Internet ...

May 31, 2013

Child Internet safety: Google, others urged to block more online porn sites

  Search engines such as Google should do more to restrict access to online pornography, a government adviser on child ...

May 10, 2013

Femi Longe: Talent – The Achilles’ heel of Nigeria’s IT revolution (Y! Policy Hub)

by Femi Longe In a country with high levels of unemployment, jobs far outnumber skilled developers in the sector. The best ...

May 6, 2013

British-Nigerian, Femi Oke to host Al Jazeera’s ‘The Stream’

by Isi Esene International broadcaster Femi Oke has been revealed as the new host of Al Jazeera English’s hit social ...

May 5, 2013

Opinion: People who think ‘Russia is Nigeria with snow’ don’t know anything about Russia or Nigeria

by Mark Adomanis As you can see, they are extremely different countries at extremely different levels of development that have ...

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