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About Dayo Olutunfese

Dayo Olutunfese is a gadget freak and a member of the Mobility.ng team.

No new Symbian and MeeGo apps from January 2014

Posted by Dayo Olutunfese on October 08, 2013  /   1 comment
Symbian-MeeGo-no-new-apps-jan-2014

With the recent announcement of a Microsoft takeover of Nokia, it should not come as a surprise that Nokia will be discontinuing support for new Symbian and MeeGo apps from January 1, 2014. Symbian used to be the world’s number one smartphone OS by far. MeeGo was the original planned replacement for Symbian. Though MeeGo […]

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Half of connected smartphones in Nigeria are BlackBerry

Posted by Dayo Olutunfese on September 26, 2012  /   7 comments
RIM Press Conference, Lagos

At a press conference by RIM yesterday, Robert Bose, Regional Manager Director for the Middle East and Africa, spoke about how RIM is doing in Africa and Nigeria in particular. He stated that according to Informa, 2 million out of the 4 million smartphones connected in Nigeria are Blackberry smartphones. He spoke of how BlackBerry […]

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PlirisBlaze Means Business [Updated]

Posted by Dayo Olutunfese on May 03, 2012  /   28 comments

Right from the word Go, PlirisBlaze is a Nigerian mobile brand that makes out like it means business. A Nigerian smartphone brand? Does that surprise you? This is not the first time a Nigerian company is venturing into the making of smartphones. Anyone remember the Anabel smartphones? They were a range of Windows Mobile smartphones […]

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How Are South Africans Using Their Mobile Phones?

Posted by Dayo Olutunfese on November 23, 2011  /   6 comments

It is no longer news that the mobile phone is a multi-functional device. Mobile phone users all over the world are doing much more with their phones than just making phone calls. To them, the mobile device has become an indispensable part of their everyday lives. The question however is, ‘How are South Africans using […]

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Blast From The Past: the Nokia E71 Still Rocking

Posted by Dayo Olutunfese on October 28, 2011  /   9 comments

The Nokia E71 is a phone that was released at a time when there existed in Nokia a dichotomy between enterprise and multimedia smartphones. The Nokia E71 belonged in the category of the E-series devices with the E tag standing for enterprise. Thankfully, today that dichotomy no longer exists. In my opinion, the distinction between […]

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Cost of Internet Access: Nigeria and South Africa

Posted by Dayo Olutunfese on September 23, 2011  /   29 comments
MTN SIM

I must admit, to my shame, that I am one of those Nigerians who think that the price we pay for internet access is exhorbitant. Of course, this kind of thinking is based absolutely on ignorance of what is happening in other parts of the world. Had we been properly informed and educated, we would […]

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New Android Market for v2.2 and above

Posted by Dayo Olutunfese on July 13, 2011  /   3 comments

If your device runs Android 2.2 and above, you can expect an update to the Android Market app on your device in a couple of weeks time. Google has revealed, through it’s official blog, that an update to the Android Market is due in a couple of weeks. This update brings a new and improved […]

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Review – OplayerHD Lite For iPad

Posted by Dayo Olutunfese on June 23, 2011  /   10 comments

It is no news that the iPad (like all other iOS devices) does not play Xvid/Divx, MKV and other video codecs out-of-the-box. It is the Apple way, and there are only two choices available to you: Conform – convert all your video files that are not compatible with the iPad’s video player to a compatible […]

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Firmware Update For The Samsung Galaxy Tab

Posted by Dayo Olutunfese on May 31, 2011  /   25 comments

Over the weekend, I successfully updated the firmware on my Samsung Galaxy Tab to the latest version. No, it’s not Android version 2.3 (Gingerbread). I know that’s what most Galaxy Tab owners are looking for. Unfortunately that’s not what I got. It has to be said, though, that the update is a very welcomed one. […]

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