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Samsung Launches First 5G Folding Smartphone

Samsung has unveiled Galaxy Fold, a phone that opens into a tablet. The high-end smartphone features the world’s first 7.3-inch Infinity Flex Display, which folds into a compact device with a cover display. Galaxy Fold offers a powerful new way to multitask, watch videos, play games, and more. The Galaxy Fold launched on Wednesday in San Francisco, also breaks new ground, with $1,980, as it cost price. The South Korean tech giant, however, promises to give its users the best of both worlds with galaxy fold.…

Nigeria, Google To Partner On Global Digital Access – Osinbajo

The Federal Government on Tuesday gave the assurance that it would partner premier internet provider, Google, in the Google’s Next Billion users plan intended to ensure greater digital access in Nigeria and around the world. Vice President Yemi Osinbajo gave the assurance during a meeting with Google executives at the company’s corporate headquarters in the Silicon Valley at the start of the investment roadshow he is leading to San Francisco and Los Angeles. The proposal is in line with the Federal Government’s…

Osinbajo, Enelamah, Others In U.S For Investment Roadshow

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo is leading a public-private sector collaborative investment roadshow to the U.S., where he will be speaking to global industry leaders in information technology and entertainment. The Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to the Vice President, Mr Laolu Akande, on Sunday said the event would be at the Silicon Valley in San Francisco and Hollywood in Los Angeles, California. According to Akande the events would hold between July 9 and July 11, 2018. He said Osinbajo would be…

Twitter Revises Strategy To Fight Abusive Internet ‘Trolls’

Twitter Inc. on Tuesday revised its strategy for fighting abusive internet “trolls”. It said it would use behavioral signals to identify harassers on the social network and then limit the visibility of their tweets. San Francisco-based Twitter, known for freewheeling discussions since it was founded in 2006, has been trying to rid itself of harassment out of concern that personal attacks were driving people away. Twitter’s rules already prohibit abuse, and it can suspend or block offenders once someone reports them.…
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