Research Reveals Samsung Galaxy S7 Smartphones are Vulnerable to Hacking 

Samsung’s Galaxy S7 smartphones contain a microchip security flaw, uncovered earlier this year, that put tens of millions of devices at risk to hackers looking to spy on their users, researchers told Reuters. The Galaxy 7 and other smartphones made by Samsung Electronics (005930.KS) were previously thought to be immune to a security vulnerability known…

How to Browse the Internet Free Using Google Wi-Fi 

Are you a Nigerian internet user that is tired of the charges from your internet service providers? This is just for you.  Google has has made it possible for you to enjoy internet services free of charge.  The internet giants launched  it’s free browsing hotspots across major cities in Nigeria including Lagos, Port Harcourt and…

Google agrees to pay $11 million to suspend Adsense accounts

Google has reached an agreement with Free Range Content reached to pay Adsense publishers who were suspended between May 20, 2010 and May 7, 2018 to the tune of $11 million.  These terminated accounts for I’ll be paid by heir due compensation after submitting their claims.  “Free Range Content allege that when Google terminated AdSense publishers…

Facebook sued $1 billion for providing terrorist platform

​ The families of five American citizens injured or killed in attacks in Israel have filed a one billion dollar ($1 bn) lawsuit against social media giants, Facebook. In the suit, the families are claiming that the social media giant is liable for providing a platform for Hamas, a U.S.-designated terrorist organization. “Facebook has knowingly…

Meet Buzz Aldrin: First man to pee on the moon

American astronaut Buzz Aldrin was the second man who set foot on the surface of the moon during NASA’s Apollo 11 mission. He also holds the honour of being the first man who urinated on the moon. Yes! During the Apollo 11 Moon landing, Buzz took a leak when he felt pressed. Buzz Aldrin, a…

Globacom is Nigeria’s most subscribed network in 2016 1st Quater

Globacom has consolidated its position as Nigeria’s preferred network for new data subscribers in the first quarter of 2016. Industry reports on the website of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) showed that 1,448,354 new internet subscribers joined the Globacom network in the first three months of the year. The operator garnered 354,178 new subscribers in…