Ignoring the manual after getting a new device is a phenomenon common to most users. The excitement of owning a new device is so overwhelming that only a few people actually remember that the device comes with a guide. The mobile phone manual is often times put aside with the packaging and left unread. I … Read more
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Since 2008, Mobility Nigeria has consistently been the leading Nigerian tech blog for mobile phone reviews, prices, and specs.
Instant Messaging (IM) has caught on like wildfire, and a lot of the communication is via mobile. Whether it is good old Yahoo Messenger, Live, Gtalk, WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger, people are now using instant messaging as an alternative to both voice and SMS. Like in all areas of communication, etiquette is vital to having … Read more
I am a huge fan of the web and the mobile web especially. I love capable mobile browsers that let me access and carry out the very things that I do on my desktop or laptop. When it comes to mobile browsing, very few devices are as good as tablets. Having used the Blackberry PlayBook … Read more
First, it was quad-core processors from LG and Huawei. Little did we know that Nokia was going to pull a mad stunt of this magnitude that totally changes the game again. While HTC had been smug about their upcoming 16 megapixel camera phone, that became a non-issue as of this morning when Nokia announced the … Read more
Yesterday, 21st Tuesday, 2012, was the second day of my mobile-only adventure. It was an interesting day, as I was posed with the challenge of transferring my music and video files from the now retired Nokia E7 to the Samsung Galaxy S II – without the use of a PC. You see, I love my … Read more
StatCounter is a global web monitoring service which tracks the browsers and OS used to access those websites on which its codes/scripts are embedded. The statistics from StatCounter show that Symbian is still top dog in mobile web browsing, with a comfortable lead over others. Yes; this is only StatCounter statistics. Still, note that StatCounter … Read more
More and more Nigerian mobile app developers are stepping up to the plate. Whereyoudey.com is businesses listing product that serves major cities in Nigeria.
Have you seen those “For Dummies” book titles? An example is Accounting For Dummies. The idea of the entire series is to present information that people need in an easy-to-digest format, so that they can actually… well, use it. Of recent, I made a new friend who is not a geek. We have had several discussions, … Read more
Mainone Cable, a submarine cable company, has offered to provide 10Mbps free internet access to the CcHub
LinkedIn is an online social network for professionals to connect, network and exchange information. A mobile app for the Symbian^3 platform was recently released. The LinkedIn application for Symbian is a Qt job that is fluid and intuitive. With apps like LinkedIn for Symbian, the power of Qt is being demonstrated. LinkedIn App for Symbian^3 … Read more
While Nokia’s insistence on doing away with MeeGo has irked a lot of followers, there is some good news in the whole debacle. Nokia has repeatedly said that Qt, which the UI seen on the N9 was developed with, is coming to their S40 range. Besides Qt, Nokia Maps with offline catching is also another … Read more