Thursday, 19 June 2014

Winlot Lottery Launch Mobile Apps

The, CEO of Winlot Lottery said the Mywinlot application could be downloaded at The application is presently available on all android devices and ios and blackberry will be launched very soon.  inlot Lottery Launch Mobile Apps

Winlot Global Resources Limited has launch the company's mobile apps Mywinlot The event took place recently in Lagos. The event was attended by Crème de la crème of the society.

The product was launched officially by Mr Lanre Gbajabiamila, the CEO of Lagos state lotteries board who stated  how good an initiative Mywinlot because proceeds from the product go to good causes for Lagos state. Continue...

Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Google revealed a new unknown phone

In the official Twitter Android photograph was published, which is unusual and should draw attention to Google Now, but which turned out to be a device that has attracted much more attention. In his hand is a unit that is 5 Nexus and can not be any of the smartphone Motorola. Smartphone devoid of any branding. 

The assumption that this Nexus 6 or Motorola Moto X +1 look strange. Nexus line is likely to be phased out, and was sold to Motorola and Lenovo to engage its popularization Google no longer needs. likely option is that this unit project Android Silver, which replaces the Nexus. Maybe it's a model from LG, and then follow and smartphones from other manufacturers. But we can not exclude the fact that it's just a render, and the model does not exist in reality, being only a collective image of Android-smartphone on which services are available Google Now. 

Russian announcement of the latest tablets ASUS MeMO Pad, Fonepad and Transformer Pad

ASUS has told about the Russian edition presented at Computex 2014 tablets. In the Russian market model announced ASUS MeMO Pad ME176C and ME181C, which are equipped with 64-bit quad-core Intel Atom Z3745 processor with a clock frequency of 1.86 GHz and runs on Android 4.4 KitKat.Devices are equipped with 7 - and 8-inch IPS-display respectively. Screen resolution in both cases is 1280x800 pixels. ASUS MeMO Pad 7 (ME176C) is available in white, black, blue, red and yellow versions, and ASUS MeMO Pad 8 (ME181C) - in white, black, gold and purple.
Another new series of ASUS MeMO Pad, ME581CL, also works on 64-bit quad-core CPU - Intel Atom Z3580 is clocked at 2.3 GHz. Among the distinctive features of the device - slim body (7.45 mm), lightweight (299 g) and a full set of advanced wireless interfaces (Wi-Fi 802.11ac, LTE and NFC). ASUS MeMO Pad 8 (ME581CL) is equipped with an 8-inch IPS-display with a resolution of 1920x1200 pixels, covered with a durable protective glass Corning Gorilla Glass 3. For high quality images meet technology and ASUS Splendid TrueVivid. ASUS MeMO Pad 8 (ME581CL) is available in white, pink and blue versions.

"Beeline" TV is open to all

Telecommunications operator "Beeline" reported that on the eve of the World Cup 2014 in Brazil opens up access to the mobile application "Beeline" TV all Russian subscribers.

Now follow the progress of one of the most spectacular sporting events of the summer on the channel "Sport 1 HD» or simply watch movies directly on the screens of their mobile devices can not only home digital television subscribers and Internet Home "Beeline", but all without exception subscribers Russia independently from the operator. The application works in networks 3G/4G/Wi-Fi any operator across Russia.

A bright new tablet Prestigio MultiPad Color

Prestigio company introduced MultiPad Color - a new tablet, executed in six colors: black, white, red, blue, purple and mint. The device is offered in three versions: MultiPad Color 7.0 3G, MultiPad Color 8.0 3G and MultiPad Color 10.1 3G with 7, 8 and 10.1-inch display, respectively. Screens devices made by technology IPS. Tablets based on quad-core processor and support cellular networks 3G (up to HSPA +). In addition, one of the new technologies, which appeared in the plates Prestigio MultiPad Color, - this NFC.

New bright and compact player teXet T-79

By the summer season trademark teXet updated model of the popular MP3-player T-795 and introduced an improved version of its T-79 based on the new processor. Now bright teXet T-79 sounds even better, longer work without recharging, and increased up to 8 GB of internal memory fit twice as many of your favorite tracks. teXet T-79 features four different colors: green juicy, saturated purple, bright orange and classic black. Most of the compact body (92h49h9, 9 mm, weight - 38.5 g) takes full-color display with a diagonal of 2.4 inches and a resolution of 240x320 pixels. On the screen, you can view videos, photos and read e-books on the go. teXet T-79 supports major multimedia formats (MP3, WMA, AMV, JPG, BMP), working with text documents (TXT).
New copes with the challenges of the music player: provided the equalizer settings and special effects allow you to adapt player "by itself" and to achieve the best sound. teXet T-79 supports lyrics (LRC) and ID3-tags, and as a bonus to the overall functionality of the recorder and perform highly sensitive radio, recording audio in MP3 and WAV. Connecting teXet T-79 to the computer and charging is carried out via USB 2.0. Suggested retail price MP3 player teXet T-79 is 1199 rubles.

Fly Era Life 5: functional and affordable smartphone

Fly Company announced a new budget smartphone lineup in ERA - Fly ERA Life 5 (IQ4416), which is equipped with a 1.3 GHz dual-core CPU MediaTek MT6572, FWVGA IPS-screen diagonal of 4.5 inches c, and ergonomic design.
Submitted to the novelty is running an operating system Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and is equipped with 512 MB of RAM, 4GB of internal memory, expandable by using microSD memory cards, as well as support for two SIM cards, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules, access to 3G networks.
Buy Fly ERA Life 5 can be a suggested price of 4490 rubles. Scope of supply includes a smartphone, protective film, battery, charger, USB-cable and stereo headphones.

Jolla vypuctila massive update OS Sailfish

The company first introduced Jolla major upgrade of its operating system Sailfish. Package is called Saapunki and combines packages 6 and 7, thus giving the most massive improvement in the operating system.

 It is reported that in the update include: enhanced support for fourth generation networks, subpage alerts Facebook, support for folders at startup, advanced sync settings, HTML5 support in the browser in full screen, support for applications on SIM-maps, profiles added Bluetooth and image customization lock screen. 

More than 100 new or improved features. Stoa noted that a previous service pack, for the number five came less than a month ago, and a week ago, the company reported a decline in the value of the unit for 50 euros. Likely that the next OS update Sailfish will happen in July. 

Video channel: First Look at Tablets Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and 10.5

On our YouTube channel , new videos.First Look at Tablets Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and 10.5:

Blackberry Z30 Review

While Blackberry's newest flagship phone no longer carries the same high-profile as other manufacturer's top-of-the-line offering, that doesn't mean the Blackberry Z30 is something to immediately pass up.  Or does it?
In terms of design, the Z30 looks like any premium smartphone, with rounded corners, predominantly black shell, silver accents, and soft-touch back.  Far as we can tell, there's really no distinguishing feature that makes it a "Blackberry" as opposed to some other handset, although it's stylish and comfortable all the same.

HTC One Max Review

Remember when the Galaxy Note first hit the scene and some people complained there's no way anyone will want a phone that big?  Yeah, time has proven them wrong.  In fact, the big-screen smartphone market has evolved into a very profitable niche. HTC made their official entry into giant screens with the HTC One Max.  Like many handsets in the same category, it comes with premium pricing to go with that super-sized screen real estate.  Is it worth maxing out another card for?

Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini Review

We're huge fans of the Samsung Galaxy S4 -- it is, hands down, one of the best premium smartphones in the market today.  The Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini takes the S4, shrinks it down to a more compact size, and trades in the high-end guts for a selection of midrange components. SEE SPECS BELOW...

Sony Xperia ZL Review

One of the most powerful smartphones in Sony's current roster, the Sony Xperia ZL is packed with high-end hardware and a whole load of features.  Is it worth the price of entry, though? SEE SPECS BELOW.....

LG Spectrum 2 Review

While it's not quite the powerhouse that is the Nexus 4 or the Optimus G, the LG Spectrum 2 is a quality device from the Korean manufacturer.  Suffice to say, this is one of the best offerings at its price range. SEE SPECS BELOW...

Pantech Discover Review

The Pantech Discover is, hands-down, one of the best values in Android smartphones today.  Packing excellent design, quality hardware and good specs, it's a heck of catch for the $49.99 asking price (two-year agreement with AT&T). See SPECS..

Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Instagram Version 6.0: New And Improved Photo Editing Features

Instagram is giving smartphone photographers a lot more support with its latest software update. With Instagram Version 6.0, users are able to edit several aspects of their images, even without using one of the app’s many filters.
In the past, the popular photo-sharing app has relied heavily on its filter effects to let users change the essence of their images, but Version 6.0 changes all that – the Instagram update offers improvements to several classics like the straighten, crop, and tilt-shift tools (among others) and adds ten brand new editing tools to choose from.

Amazon Introduces New Payment Service.

Amazon seem to be making attempt to take on Paypal. The company is introducing a new payment service with the hope that it will soon be adopted by startup companies and others offering subscription-based or recurring payments, according to a report from Reuters. TechCrunch reports that "the service will allow these businesses to tap into Amazon’s over 240 million monthly active users who currently store their credit card information on, then pay for things ranging from music subscriptions to monthly phone bills."

 Source: TechCrunch

Facebook Acquires Pryte

With so much effort concentrated on making internet affordable to everyone in the world, Facebook has taken another giant step - the company has purchased Pryte. Pryte brings Telco and App ecosystems together to enable app–like user experience for mobile data. Pryte announced on its site;

"Today, we are delighted to announce that our team will be joining Facebook. Since we launched Pryte we have worked to reimagine the way mobile data works in an app-driven world, by enabling partnerships between app and content providers, and mobile operators.

Review: Nokia Lumia 630 Dual Sim

Have you been longing to have a Dual-Sim Lumia phone? Meet the Nokia Lumia 620 DS

The Lumia 630 also called Lumia 630 DS is Microsoft Mobile's (formerly Nokia) First Windows Phone which is a Dual SIM now available in the market. Let's give you a quick load down of the specifications include:


Latest Changes On Airtel Data Plans

You asked for it, and now you have it.

You wanted reduction in price on the Airtel data plans and we are excited to announce that the prices have been slashed.

- The data for the BB Unlimited Monthly plan has been increased from 1.5GB to 2GB
- The data for the BB Unlimited Weekly plan has been doubled from 200MB to 400MB
- The data for the BB Unlimited Daily plan has been doubled from from 40MB to 80MB

- The price of the 1gig plan has reduced from N3500 to N3000
- The price of the 3gig plan has reduced from N6500 to N5000

You can now enjoy Airtel data at a lower rate, simply dial *141*1# to connect now.

Saturday, 31 May 2014

Product Review: LG X-BOOM

LG Electronics, a global leader in Consumer Electronics and Home Entertainment, has over the years demonstrated its innovative prowess by churning out classic devices that go beyond the ordinary. An now, the company is making another bold statement with the introduction of 3 game-changing audio products – the XBOOM Pro, CM9540 as well as the ARX 10, which recently hit the Nigeria market. LG CM9940 also known as X-Boom Pro is innovatively fitted with state-of-the-art console for sizzling DJ skills. It is specifically designed for music lovers who are passionate about becoming DJs in their homes.  LG XBOOM Pro has unique and blazing features which enable users enjoy music with ideal blowout mood. It’s all blazing has PMPO: 35000W speakers which delivers energetic sound, light bomb lighting with LED lighting speaker, DJ Pro, Turntable look-like makes it a smart DJ at home. The XBOOM Pro could also be used in alfresco settings.

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Product Review: Sony Xperia Z1 Compact

Sony is the first to deliver a smartphone, which wouldn’t let size get in the way of performance or screen quality. It’s no accident that it’s a compact rather than a mini – the Snapdragon 800-powered beast would be ashamed to share a name with the upper-midrange (at best) wannabes of the competition.

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NCC extends SIM sale ban on MTN, Airtel, Glo

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has broken its silence over the ban it imposed on three telcos in the country earlier in the year. It said the ban it imposed on them for failing to meet key performance indicators (KPIs) has been extended. The regulator did not say why it was extended and for how long the extension will last.

Executive Commissioner, Stakeholders Management, Dr Okwchukwu Itanyi, who spoke in Lagos at the weekend, said the regulatory agency will keep regulating the industry in a manner that will bring growth and consumer satisfaction.

MainOne prepares to launch Tier 3 data centre

MainOne has concluded plans to launch its Tier 3 Data Centre in Q3 2014. The US$40 million facility is built to meet the rapidly growing demand for advanced data and managed services in Africa.

Main One says the 600 Rack Data Centre, on 3,500 square meters, is the largest purpose built facility of its kind in West Africa, designed to provide a fault-tolerant environment to safely store and access critical data and IT equipment. Scheduled for inauguration in Q3 2014, the facility guarantees open access to all major local and global networks available in Nigeria and on-demand collocation facilities required to deploy and grow IT operations for Clients’ business.

Mobile wallets in 1 in 5 handsets by 2018

A new report from Juniper Research has found that 1 in 5 mobile handsets will have mobile wallet functionality by 2018, against less than 1 in 10 at the end of last year.
The report – Mobile Wallets: Strategies for Developed and Developing Markets 2014-2019 – found that growth would be driven by two distinct wallet models. In emerging/developing markets, SVAs (Stored Value Accounts) are increasingly enabling first time financial access for unbanked individuals, and the report anticipated a surge in deployments across sub-Saharan Africa, developing Asia and Latin America.

Meanwhile, the report says that wallet launches across North America and Western Europe are increasingly expected to feature contactless payment functionality. The sector is forecast to receive a boost both from the anticipated launch of an Apple iWallet later this year and through HCE (Host Card Emulation)-based NFC (Near Field Communications) services. According to the report, more than 1 in 3 mobile wallets – and over 50% of wallets in developed markets – will featuring contactless payment by 2018. continue...

South Africa creates new telecom ministry

South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma announced the appointment of Siyabonga Cwele as the minister of the newly formed department of telecommunications and postal services. He was previously the minister of state security. The deputy minister of telecommunications and postal services is Hlengiwe Mkhize. She was the former deputy minister of economic development, MyBroadband News reported. Zuma said the country has a fast growing telecommunications sector which in 2012 was estimated at being worth ZAR 180 billion. The aim of the new ministry is to get more value out of the telecommunications sector.

Intel reaffirms commitment to Education in Africa

Intel Corporation has restated commitment to modern teaching and learning techniques with investment in electronic educational resources to encourage the youths get access to quality education in a pleasant manner.
The company announced this at the 4th Edition of the Nigeria Education Network Conference 2014 (Edunet) tagged “Fostering Technology Entrepreneurship in Nigerian Universities, “held at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

Kenya’s Equity Bank enters mobile banking arena

Equity bank will officially wade into the mobile banking market beginning July this year, a move that is expected to shake the telecoms market.

The bank will open a platform that allows itr customers make payments and cash transfers from their mobile phones under its recently awarded Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO) license.

To this end, Equity is issuing all its customers free SIM cards to register for the service through which the bank also plans to disburse short-term loans to its customers at an interest rate of between one per cent and two per cent per month, compared to an average market rate of five per cent. continue...

LG Electronics introduces new G3 smartphone

LG Electronics has introduced the new LG G3 smartphone, the successor to the company’s G2 device. The G3 will launch in LG’s home market first on 27 May and roll out with more than 170 carriers worldwide. The new flagship phone was designed around the concept ‘simple is the new smart’, providing advanced technology with a simplified user interface, LG said. The company launched the phone at events in six cities worldwide – London, New York, San Francisco, Seoul, Singapore and Istanbul.

The LG G3 smartphone runs on Android 4.4.2 and features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor (up to 2.5GHz quad-core), a 5.5-inch quad HD IPS display, 16/32GB eMMC ROM, microSD slot for expandable memory up to 128GB, a 13.0-megapixel rear-facing camera with OIS and Laser Auto Focus, a 2.1-megapixel front-facing camera and a 3,000mAh battery.

20 Things Other Than Napster Released in 1999

Napster was born on June 1, 1999, in Shawn Fanning's Northeastern University dorm room, and music was forever revolutionized.

The service pioneered peer-to-peer file sharing, meaning it allowed users to transfer files directly between each other. Prior to Napster, downloading music off the internet was unreliable.

But two years later, the Record Industry Association of America filed lawsuits against Napster users who illegally downloaded music and the service was shut down. Napster may be gone, but its legacy will live on.

Music wasn't the only thing set free 15 years ago. Take a trip with us down memory lane and relive the final year of an innovative century.