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    Business 7 Nigerian tech companies listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange –

    Sometime in the last quarter of 2017, a few members of the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE) paid a courtesy visit to the head office in Lagos. Following the visit, the one question on the mind of many was whether was preparing for an Initial Public Offering (IPO). Read...
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    World Twitter urges users to change passwords – Punch Newspapers

    Twitter on Thursday urged users to change their passwords, which were unintentionally “unmasked” internally by a software bug. The social media site said it found no sign that hackers accessed the exposed data, but advised users to change their passwords to be safe. Read more via Punch...
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    World An open letter to that useless Facebook friend who shared your data – CNET – CNET

    The Facebook scandal has taught me a valuable lesson this week. When the inevitable zombie-virus apocalypse hits us, the whole world will be infected because a few people didn’t wash their hands. No matter how prepared we are, how many vaccinations we’ve stockpiled or how many faceless soldiers...
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    World Tech: $3.1 billion startup DocuSign just made its IPO paperwork public —

    DocuSign is indeed planning to go public. The electronic signature company on Wednesday made public its S-1 document, the first regulatory step to an an initial public offering. DocuSign, which plans to list its stock on the Nasdaq market under the ticker symbol DOCU, did not specify in the...
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    Metro 5 WhatsApp Hacks You Need to Know – Nigeria Technology Guide

    Are you a regular WhatsApp user? Well, if your answer is yes then you are on the right page because here in this article, I am going to feature 5 WhatsApp hacks that you need to know about. Read more via Nigeria Technology Guide – Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    Business Nigeria, hotbed of technological innovation in Africa – Oracle MD – The Sun News

    The managing director of Oracle Nigeria, Mr. Adebayo Sanni, disclosed in Lagos recently that, with the International Data Corporation (IDC) projecting the country’s ICT market to grow to $10 billion in 2018; Nigeria is fast emerging as the hotbed of technological innovation Read more via...