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Top Tech Blog in Nigeria

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Technology has become a tool to help mankind in our daily life, there is no way we can say we don’t need technology to help us, as it’s a tool we created to make life better and easier, As the world advances technologically, there is need for tech blogs to give recent and latest happenings in this ever-dynamic world of technology.

List of Tech Industry in Nigeria I follow

Tech blogs in Nigeria are becoming generally accepted by all, as they have been responsible for how technology information is delivered to Nigerian for years, I have listed my top favorite tech blogs in Nigeria which will help you find genuine and latest information on tech news in Nigeria, the list is based on relevancy, popularity, reputation and Alexa ranking.

 

TECHPOINT

Techpoint started with the goal of telling the story of Nigerian startups from a relatable point, but now Techpoint host the largest startup conference in Nigeria. Both founders, Adewale Yusuf, and Muyiwa Matukulo founded the blog with the aim of drawing the average Nigerian closer to technology.

 

TECHCABAL

Techcabal was Created in 2013, it’s one of the most visited tech blogs in Nigeria, the blog is largely involved in the Nigerian tech space which means there’s a lot of indigenous content on this blog.

Its aimed at bringing together technology enthusiasts who often share their insights, experience as well as the latest development in the world of technology, I was drawn to Techcabel by Bankole Oluwafemi was use to write for another top Tech Blog called Techloy

 

TECHLOY

Techloy.com was founded by Loy Okezie in 2008. Over the years, the blog has risen to become one of the high profile tech blogs in Nigeria. The blog is known for its neutral views on Africa’s tech market and industry trends. As a result of issues emanating from hosting, payment and security threats, the blog was moved from its original site to medium.com: one of the most standard blogging platforms.

 

NAIJATECHGUIDE

Naijatechguide is another prominent tech blog in Nigeria and it is also one of the oldest, it was founded by Paschal Okafor in 2006, he’s presently one of Nigeria’s most respected technology analyst and blogger in Nigeria. Naijatechguide focuses on tech reviews, news, specs as well as price comparisons of gadgets and electronics.

 

OGBONGEBLOG

Ogbongeblog is another blog which was founded in 2008 and has risen to the top of the Nigerian tech blogging community, in terms of authority and standard, If you want to learn how to blog in Nigeria, you can learn everything from one of the top tech bloggers known as Jide Ogunsanya, the site offered Practical Guide on how to tutorials and technology related information which ranges from blogging tutorials, affiliate advertisement, and multiple options to monetize blogs.

 

SPECSPRICE

As a matter of fact, this tech website is one of the most trusted sources of product specifications and reviews Nigeria, Founded in December 2015, SpecsPrice is the largest repository of product specifications and prices in Nigeria, it’s an interesting blog to follow as they provide the latest information and data plans from the internet service providers in Nigeria

 

TECHCITY

TechCity can be said to be a place where people who use technology are entertained and educated at the same time. It is also a place where emerging technologies are showcased and conveyed in simple language, the blog shares the latest tech news items and reviews of various tech brands.

 

MISSTECHY

Misstechy was founded by Tobi Ayeni and as the name of the blog implies, she’s female and a graduate of the Covenant University. She’s a technology enthusiast and her goal is to make people think differently about technology. The blog was started in 2015 and has grown in leaps and bounds ever since her tech blog delves into the latest in the tech world in which she keeps her audience engaged with her personalized style of blogging.

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Strive Masiyiwa Appointed to Netflix Board of Directors

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Netflix has announced it has appointed top Zimbabwean businessman and philanthropist Strive Masiyiwa to its board.

Masiyiwa is the founder and executive chairman of Econet Global, a telco company that traverses 29 countries in Africa, Europe, Asia, and Latin America.

Econet group offers mobile payment, broadband distribution, and satellite services.

His appointment comes in hand with Netflix’s need to expand in other continents like Africa and Asia.

“Netflix is at the forefront of bringing great entertainment from anywhere in the world to everyone in the world, and I look forward to working with the board and all stakeholders to continue its traditions of innovation and growth,” said Strive Masiyiwa.

Netflix now has more than 190 million subscribers with U.S. and Europe taking the lead.

Masiyiwa is one of Africa’s richest billionaires and has been recognized for his generosity even in his home country, Zimbabwe.

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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra: The Ultimate Smartphone Experience

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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is the ultimate smartphone built for users who demand top-of-the-line technology to stay connected with the people and things that matter most.

Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S21 Ultra on January 14, and the release date set for Friday, January 29, 2021. Pre-orders for the handset are now live in the US and the UK.

The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra price is high, even more than the iPhone 12 Pro Max, It’s expensive to buy the S21 Ultra for most consumers, especially when compared to the cheaper-than-expected Samsung Galaxy S21.

The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra price starts at $1,199 / £1,149 for a version with 128GB of storage and 12GB of RAM.

If you want the most powerful phone in Samsung’s Galaxy S21 series, the Galaxy S21 Ultra is for you. It comes with the largest display at 6.8-inches, the biggest battery at 5,000mAh, and the best camera setup with a primary 108MP sensor. It also comes with as much as 16GB of RAM. However, it’s also the most expensive with a starting price of $1,199.

The Galaxy S21 Plus is the middle child. It features a slightly smaller 6.7-inch display and a 4,800mAh battery. It has three rear cameras instead of five and only 8GB of RAM. However, because you’re losing out on some of those high-end features, the entry-level price comes down significantly to $999.

If you don’t need the latest-and-greatest silicon, there are still plenty of 2020 phones that will offer tons of processing power, good battery life, great cameras for your day-to-day use.

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Tesla’s Cybertruck is the Future

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Love it or Hate it, Tesla’s Cybertruck is not for Everybody.

The Tesla CEO Elon Musk on [Nov. 21] unveiled his latest vehicle, the “Cybertruck, at a flashy Los Angeles event that was part Apple iPhone reveal, but the introduction of the Cybertruckat didn’t quite go as planned, but that’s not the case for this article, but the purpose for this article is to talk about the future of technology as we have to move forward.

The Cybertruct is certainly designed to stand out on the road. Looking little like it was dropped off by an alien spaceship when I look at the design of the Cybertruck, it reminds me of the car in the Back to the Future Movies or the pickup trucks in the Helo Video game.

What do you think of the Cybertruck’s design?

Does the Cybertruck have the capabilities to challenge all of the top-selling like Honda Ridgeline, Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon, Jeep Gladiator, Ford Ranger, Ram 1500, Ford F-150, Ford F-150 Raptor, Ram 2500 / 3500, Ford Super Duty?

What we do know is that the Cybertruck has a sharp-edged exterior that is made of scratch and dent-resistant stainless steel, Tesla’s all-electric truck is seriously tough, with a standard all-wheel drive, the Cybertruck can tow up to 14,000 pounds and has an estimated driving range of 500-plus miles. While that applies only to the most expensive model, the cheapest one starts at $39,900. Of course, there’s still a lot we don’t know about the Cybertruck, including when it will officially go on sale. But right now, it looks as if the first versions will go into production in late 2021.

Although the Cybertruck has been at the center of many jokes in recent days, brands including Lego and Pepsi have taken to Twitter to mock Tesla’s Cybertruck,

But not everyone had negative things to say about it. Several prominent figures in the technology industry, including executives from Twitter and Facebook, have come forward with compliments about Tesla’s first pickup truck.

What do you think of this “pickup of the future”?

For my detail on the Tesla Cybertruck, visit the Tesla Website

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