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U.S judge hearing Google case rejects government’s protective order request

The Justice Department, which sued the search and advertising giant in October, put at the core of its antitrust case the billions of dollars that Google paid to be the default search engine on Apple's iPhones. Apple noted in its filing that sensitive data was used to write the complaint.

“We have grown basic active internet subscription from 90 million to 143.7 million” says NCC

According to the NCC, basic active internet subscription grew from 90 million to 143.7 million, while active voice subscription increased from 151 million to 205.25 million during the same period.

Benin Royal Museum will preserve Edo’s audio-visual heritage, drive interest in history – Obaseki

“The World Day for Audiovisual Heritage (WDAH) provides an occasion to raise general awareness of the need to take urgent measures and to acknowledge the importance of audiovisual documents.”

Nigerian company develops application for blocking stolen phones

“The app alerts the phone owner of any change in SIM card, monitors, and tracks the phone location including taking pictures of criminals in possession of the phone and sending the pictures to the email address of the owner,”

#ENDSARS: Protest in a digital era

The federal government, especially its ministry of communication and digital economy can look out for some of these youths to help drive its agenda of making Nigeria a technology-driven economy.

Telcos Must Roll Over Subscriber’s Unused Data – NCC

In other words, a subscriber’s unused data must be rolled over to his/her subsequent data subscription. Therefore, the Commission urges service providers to continue to inform and educate subscribers on the procedures and processes for data rollover,” the statement read in part.

Copyright Commission arrests man for hacking into DSTV system, watching channels free without subscription

The suspect came out to meet the caller and in the process of discussion, he was apprehended.

16-year-old reportedly played major role in Twitter hack

A 16-year-old boy may have played a key role in the unprecedented hack that caused chaos on Twitter in July, a...

Chinese researchers design new bio-printing method for gastric wounds

Chinese researchers have designed a new way of treating gastric wounds by using a micro-robot that can conduct in vivo bio-printing.

Century Group, partners to highlight benefit of recycling waste, climate change

Century Group, the headliners of the Health, Safety & Environment Summit in collaboration with Global Performance Index (GPI) partners The Institute...

Facebook wins preliminary approval to settle facial recognition lawsuit

Facebook Inc won preliminary approval late on Wednesday from a federal court for settlement of a lawsuit that claimed it illegally...

U.S. leaves tariffs on Airbus aircraft unchanged at 15%

By Andrea Shalal, David Shepardson The U.S. government on Wednesday said it would maintain 15% tariffs on Airbus aircraft and...

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London trip: President Buhari now re-energised- APC

“Mr president is undoubtedly re-energised and recommitted to executing the lofty developmental objectives of the APC-led administration,”

Ramadan: Kano Hisbah arrests three males, eight females for not fasting

We will investigate and if they have cogent reasons we will release them. Those found wanting will however be enlightened and even prosecuted if need be,”

1.05m persons vaccinated with with 1st dose of covid vaccine in Nigeria

A breakdown of the NPHCDA update contained in an Electronic Management of Immunisation Data, EMID, System, showed that Lagos remains ahead in the exercise with 193,794 persons vaccinated.