Posted in Gadgets, Launch, Microsoft, Mobile Devices, Nokia, Product Release
on Jan 6th, 2015
With hopes to connect more of the world to the information superhighway, Nokia have just unveiled a sub-₦5600 device with internet connectivity. The Nokia 215 is not only one of the cheapest phones ever made, but it’s the cheapest internet connected device Nokia has ever made.
The 215 will be preloaded with Opera Browser and Facebook Messenger, and will also be capable of running a variety of apps, including Twitter. You might be wondering how that is possible on a device with a 320 x 240 screen, a torch, radio and a mere 0.3 megapixel camera, as headlining features. Sure, this isn’t a device...
Posted in Android, Apple, Microsoft, Mobile, Nokia
on Feb 14th, 2014
Last week it was announced that Satya Nadella would take over from Steve Ballmer as Microsoft CEO. Nadella becomes only the third CEO of the technology giant, after founder Bill Gates and predecessor, Ballmer. There are many challenges that Nadella will need to overcome in order to be as successful as Gates, and while Apple and Google lead the way in the world of technology at the moment, there’s never been a better time for a CEO to stamp his authority on a company the way that Nadella can.
But where did Nadella come from? He’s been the executive vice president of cloud and enterprise at Microsoft...
Posted in Consoles, Microsoft
on Jun 19th, 2013
The 2013 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) Conference recently took place and some new and exciting developments are coming up in the world of gaming consoles. Amongst the biggest of these developments of course, being the launch of the latest addition to the Microsoft family: the Xbox One, in late 2013.
It seems like only yesterday Microsoft launched the Xbox in 2001 and its successor, the Xbox 360 in 2005. The computer giant has been very busy in the last 8 years, trying to improve the usability of the console to fit the 21st century gamer. The Xbox One is more than just a console...