Early this morning, I got a Google doc from a friend that listed the different percentage of mobile and desktop access to the web. Nigeria happens to be one of the top countries that has the largest amount of mobile web access. The number of people accessing the web via mobile has surpassed the number of people accessing the web via desktop. Also, the greater number of those accessing the web via desktop are doing so at work or in a cafe — shared computer. Read more…
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One of the major problems that comes with smart phones is the rate at whcih battery life is drained. Its not a virus eating your battery life away or your Android device not in good condition, neither is it the screen resolution (even though its partially responsible).
If you are a heavy data user, then you are sure your battery life would not last 12hrs even when fully charged and when heavily used for mobile application such as twitter, facebook, skype, yahoo messager, whatsapp messenger just to mention a few.
Two years ago, we would have been hard pressed to come up with reasons for an iPhone owner to switch to Android. That’s no longer a problem, thanks to the advent of super-fast 4G phones, high-resolution 4.3-inch displays, free GPS navigation, and the Android Market’s expansion.
Whether you’re thinking of making the jump or have already pulled the trigger, there are some things you need to consider. For instance, you need to consider your basic needs. Why do you need a phone? And what do you do on a daily basis. Before we continue, watch the video below. It will give you an idea of which platform to go for?
Fast Broadband Internet in Nigeria is said to be a luxury to have. It is seen that most upwardly mobile young Nigerians carry mutiple Internet connection devices, just in a bid to be in connection to the rest of the world. Whose responsibility should it be to provide adequate and reliable Internet access at an affordable cost to the people of Nigeria? The Government? The Nigeria Communication Commission? The Private Sector?
In anyways, ATCON (Association Of Telecom Company Of Nigerian) led by Engineer Titi Omo-Ettu a season Telecoms proffesional with his team met with the NCC to discuss the best way forward for Nigeria as relates to Broadband Internet availability. Both organisations are known to be working at pulling together to get broadband internet access to be widespread in Nigeria.
Since the launch of the New IPad on March 7th, 2012, I have being looking for reviews of people who were at the launch and were able to have a look and feel of the new device from the stable of Apple.
Amongs all the pros and cons I have read on the Internet, the major concerns has being the weight of the device which happens to be heavy than the IPAD2. Personally i am also concern about the weight simply because, when attached to protective cases the weight would increase and then make the device much more heavier. Apple should have known one selling point of the IPAD is its sleekness and low weight.
As the clock ticks, more infomation about the lastest products of Apple leaks into the technology circle. Information from some quarters show this is what to expect for the new IPAD;
High-definition display — Apple’s next-generation iPad will sport a Retina-like HD display that packs four times the pixels (2,048 x 1,536) in the same 9.7-inch size. The result should be absolutely gorgeous.
Gizmodo has come across an inventory sheet from accessories manufacturer Griffin that uses the new name for the latest iPad. The sheet lists a number of color options for an ‘IntelliCase for iPad HD (3)’.
Since the new Apple tablet is expected to come with a much higher resolution(2,048 x 1,536 pixels), naming it the iPad HD would make sense. It will apparently boast a Retina Display with twice the current generation’s resolution and a greater pixel density than a full 1080p HD TV.
No surprise here, but Google’s Android operating system, which has been the most popular mobile OS in the world for more than a year, is continuing to grow.
Andy Rubin, the Google senior vice president who oversees Android, tweeted Monday:
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Enjoying watching the ecosystem at work. 850k activation a day now!
Remember, when we talked about Jelly Bean – whether it is going to be another Android OS or a Chrome OS? Reports from different sources at the MWC is suggestiong that Google has given away its production of the new Android flavour “jelly beans” with jelly beans being seen in Google’s booth.
Google’s booth is a sprawling wonderland full of entertainment, fun, and Android-centric jokes. But one of those little visual gags could be helping to confirm the name of the next version of the Android OS, widely rumored to be called “Jelly Bean.”
Huawei, a multinational telecommunications company based in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China, has been generating a lot of mobile buzz lately.
At this week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Huawei launched its Ascend D quad-cord smartphones, which the company claims are the “world’s fastest.” It also unveiled the MediaPad 10 FHD, a 10.1-inch, quad-core tablet that will run Android 4.0 when it ships in the second quarter.