Day: March 7, 2018

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Samsung announces QLED TVs that mimics the wall behind them

CES is the place to see TV ads, but Samsung held an event in New York focused on showing their new line of QLED devices that will hit the market soon. The line shown includes 11 models distributed across the range of QLED TV, UHD Premium, UHD and Ultra Large Screen TV. Among the features […]

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Proposed Railway E-ticketing System to Commence Soon, says NRC

The Nigeria Railway Corporation (NRC) has annouced that its proposed introduction of E-ticketing system is still in progress and will be commenced soon. An electronic ticket system is a more efficient method of ticket entry, processing and marketing for companies in the airline and railways industries. An electronic ticket (also known as e-ticket) is the […]

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New York proposes to veto Bitcoin mining after a bestial peak in electricity consumption

Plattsburgh is a small, quiet town in New York County, United States. It may also become the first town in the United States to prohibit the installation of Bitcoin farms. The decision is still pending approval, but has a strong reason: electricity consumption. Two Bitcoin mining farms have recently been installed in Plattsburgh. Both companies […]

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New leaks show what the LG G7 looks like

The next high-end LG, the G7, which would be presented in June of this year can be seen in detailed concepts based on information “from within”. This year might not be easy for the company’s mobile divisions, but the LG is doing the right thing by rebranding its main series. Thanks to TechnoBuffalo,  we have the […]

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What exactly is Chu Hi, the first alcoholic beverage that Coca Cola will add to its catalog after 130 years of its existence

After 130 years in business, Coca Cola is set to launch its first alcoholic beverage after 130 years of its existence. Although, it will be produced and sold only in Japan, In fact, the drink has a lot to do with the Japanese people.   Speaking with reporters, Jorge Garduño, president of Coca Cola in […]

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The tech giant is bringing its Google Lens to all Android phones running Google Photos

A couple of weeks ago, we told you that Google Lens had been updated by Google and that in the coming weeks, it would be activated for all Android users who use Google Photos. Well, as of yesterday the Mountain View company announced that it has began the processes of activating Lens in Photos for […]

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BlackBerry sued Facebook for infringing its messaging patents on WhatsApp, Messenger and Instagram

BlackBerry is suing Facebook for infringing its messaging patents on WhatsApp, Messenger and Instagram. It should be mentioned that this demand comes from BlackBerry, the Canadian company, and not TCL, who currently has the rights to the brand to manufacture its smartphones. Well, the lawsuit against Facebook is for infringing “BlackBerry mobile messaging intelligence,” which […]

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Ministry assures Nigerians of 30% broadband penetration by year- end

The Ministry of Communications is keen on making sure Nigeria hits the 30 per cent broadband penetration target set for this year. The Minister of Communications, Adebayo Shittu, who emphasized on this at the weekend, informed that the government is creating an enabling environment for the sectors and young innovators to thrive. He enjoined all […]

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More features for Instagram: the social network will have its own portrait mode and will allow you to download your photos

Instagram is constantly adding new features and things for users to do on the social network. Now it is preparing to add new features, from a “portrait mode” for selfies to the possibility of downloading your photos and all your data, if you wish, among others. The social network, owned by Facebook, is working on […]

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