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Made in Nigeria Cars to be Unveiled Next Month

Attention Nigerians, here is some great news. Soon, you will be able to cruise around town in your very own made-in-Nigeria cars!

The Nigerian government has announced plans for the massive roll out of made-in-Nigeria vehicles from next month, PUNCH reports.

Samuel Ortom, the Minister of State for Industry, Trade and Investment, made this announcement in Abuja yesterday.


So Naijarians, would you buy a made-in-Nigeria car?

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Specifications

let’s dig down into the nitty-gritty details and examine the GS5′s hardware specs, we’ve also got you covered. Head on past the break for the complete Samsung Galaxy S5 spec listing.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Specifications

NetworkLTE Cat.4 (150/50Mbps)
Display5.1″ FHD Super AMOLED (1920 x 1080)

Processor2.5GHz quad-core application processor

OSAndroid 4.4.2 (KitKat)

Camera16MP (rear), 2.0MP (front)

VideoUHD@30fps, HDR, video stabilizationVideo Codec : H.263, H.264(AVC), MPEG4, VC-1, Sorenson Spark, MP43, WMV7, WMV8, VP8
Video Format: MP4, M4V, 3GP, 3G2, WMV, ASF, AVI, FLV, MKV, WEBM
AudioAudio Codec : MP3, AMR-NB/WB, AAC/ AAC+/ eAAC+, WMA, Vorbis, FLAC

Camera FeaturesHDR (Rich tone), Selective Focus, Virtual Tour Shot, Shot & More

Additional FeaturesIP67 Dust- and

Ultra Power Saving Mode
Download Booster
S Health 3.0
Quick Connect
Private Mode
Kids Mode

Google Mobile ServicesChrome, Drive, Photos, Gmail, Google, Google+, Google Settings, Hangouts, Maps, Play Books, Play Games, Play Newsstand, Play Movie & TV, Play Music, Play Store, Voice Search, YouTube

ConnectivityWiFi: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac HT80, MIMO(2×2),

Bluetooth: 4.0 BLE / ANT+
USB 3.0
IR Remote

SensorsAccelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer, Hall, RGB ambient light, Gesture(IR), Finger Scanner, Heart rate sensor

MemoryRAM: 2GB

Internal Memory: 16/32GB

microSD slot up to 128GB

Dimensions142.0 x 72.5 x 8.1mm, 145g

Standby time: 390 hrs / Talk time: 21 hrs


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Whatsapp For Android Has New Privacy Settings

WhatsAppjust got better after it was acquired few days ago by Facebookfor just $19 billion.WhatsApp has finally released a new update for Android which brings the much awaited privacy settings that enables you to customize WhatsApp the way you want it.

The new update brings new Privacy options under Account section in Settings. Now, you can finally hide your ” Last Seen”, “Profile Photo” and “Status” from anyone. This has nothing to do with downloading an app on play store to hide your last seen TimeStamp but originally coming from them.

Using the new privacy feature, you can alloweveryoneto see your personal info (last seen, profile pic and status) or onlyyour contactsornobody.

No more any duke and harry stalking your last appearance on WhatsApp or whatsoever.

This new WhatsApp update is not yet available on the Google Play Store, but you can download the new WhatsApp v2.11.169 update APK file from the official WhatsApp website.


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BlackBerry suspends release of BBM for Android and iOS

According to a BlackBerry blog post, the unreleased app “caused issues”, that the company has been trying to resolve. The Android app has now been disabled, but customers who downloaded the BBM for iPhone app will still be able to use BBM.

“Our teams continue to work around the clock to bring BBM to Android and iPhone, but only when it’s ready and we know it will live up to your expectations of BBM,” said BlackBerry’s Luke Reimer. “As soon as we are able, we will begin a staggered country roll-out of BBM for Android and continue the roll-out of BBM for iPhone.”

Although BlackBerry did not elaborate on the cause of these “issues”, security expert Graham Cluley suggested that BlackBerry may not have been able to cope with the spike of activity hitting its servers.

“What seems, in part, to have tripped up BlackBerry is the poorly-policed free-and-easy Google Play Android app store, where multiple BBM apps, posing as official releases, appeared,” he said.

“Most Android users assume that if an app is in the official Google Play store, it must be official and safe to install on their phone. The truth, sadly, is rather different.”

Reimer noted that more than 1.1 million active users downloaded the BBM for Android app – albeit the unofficial version – in the first 8 hours after launch, indicating that demand for the Blackberry instant messaging service on other mobile platforms is high.

However, the decision to pull the app is likely to knock consumer confidence in the platform, with users not knowing how long the service will be available for.

The news follows BlackBerry’s announcement last week it will be laying off 40 percent of its global workforce – around 4,500 positions – and reporting losses of nearly $1 billion at its second quarter results later this month.

The announcement will include a mammoth writedown of up to $960m, partly down to unsold handsets, and a $72m charge for restructuring.


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Apple Sells 9 Million Of It’s Iphone In Debut Weekend

Apple said Monday that it sold nine million of its two new handsets in their first three days on the market. Apple sold nine million iPhone 5s in three days, versus BlackBerry, which sold about a third as much in three months.

The company also said that its quarterly sales and profit margin would likely be at the high end of the company’s previous forecast. Apple in July projected revenue between $34 billion and $37 billion and gross margin between 36% and 37%. The company’s stock jumped $23.23, or 5%, to close at $490.64 on the Nasdaq Stock Market.

Apple also said that more than 200 million of its devices already were running iOS 7—a free overhaul released last week of the operating system used on iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch devices.

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Hidden iPhone features to be enabled by iOS 7

Alongside the blaze of publicity for the new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5c, Apple also announced it is to release its latest operating system iOS 7 for mobile devices.

Apple is due to release iOS 7 to the public on September 18, just ahead of the two new iPhones themselves.

While some of the headline-grabbing features of iOS 7 will only be available on the new iPhones, like the fingerprint ID function, there are many hidden tweaks and new features for older devices.

Like previous iOS updates, however, owners of older devices will find themselves being left behind as their iPhones and iPads are denied access some of the new features.

Some of this is due to the limitations of the hardware on older devices, while other features that will be left out are harder to explain.

So what new features can iPhone and iPad users who are not able to afford an upgrade to the latest devices look forward to enjoying?

Torch facility

While many competing devices have the capacity to function as torches for some time, iPhone users have had to rely on third party Apps to help them search for their keys or find the door lock in the dark.

However, with iOS 7 Apple is finally introducing a torch facility as a standard feature to the iPhone.

At the touch of a button, users will be able to turn on the LED flash on the back of the phone. The flashlight button can be accessed through the new control centre.

Control Centre

An all new control centre – just swipe upwards on any screen and a new pane will appear allowing you to control Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, switch on Airplane mode, adjust the brightness of the screen and play or skip music.

The control centre can even be accessed from the locked screen.

Do not disturb

For those who like to switch off once in a while, but potentially also a welcome change for anyone irritated by those who refuse to turn their phone off while at the cinema or theatre. While the Do Not Disturb function is present in iOS 6, it was not obvious. Buried in the settings menu, it was probably greatly underused or overlooked by many.

In iOS 7, Apple has moved the Do Not Disturb switch to the Control Centre, meaning it can be accessed and switched on far more easily.

Just touch the little half moon icon and it will leave you free from being pestered by emails, messages and phone calls.

Schedules can also be set up through the Notifications setting menu, along with exceptions that will allow some calls from important contacts get through.

A new way to access search

The ability to search on the iPhone and iPad has been around for a while, however, iOS 7 will introduce a new way of accessing it.

Simply swiping down on the homescreen will open a search box and the keyboard, allowing you to search without having to swipe to a dedicated screen as in previous versions of the software.

Swipe up to close Apps

Like in previous versions of iOS, double clicking the home button at the bottom of the phone will show all of the Apps that are currently open.  Simply swipe up on the screen to close the app.

Level out your life

The Compass App that has been a feature of the iPhone for some time now comes with an added little extra – a spirit level. Never have wonky pictures or squint shelves again.

Alternatively use it to arrange the items on your desk into a perfect geometric pattern.


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Apple Launches iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c Priced @ N183,000 and N106,000 Respectively

Apple today launched two new phones to its family, an iPhone 5s which is a major upgrade to the iPhone 5, and the cost-effective version of the iPhone 5, the iPhone 5c. TimeTech reportsoth phones will launch simultaneously on September 20. Apple revealed the phones during a press event at its corporate campus in Cupertino, California on Tuesday afternoon. Apple claims the iPhone 5S is up to twice as fast for both CPU and graphics and says the new A7 processor housed within includes over a billion transistors — twice as many as the A6 processor in the iPhone 5, while retaining the same footprint (iOS 7 has apparently been updated to take advantage of the new 64-bit architecture, too). The iPhone 5S will be available in black, gold or silver colors. The iPhone 5S also includes something Apple calls an M7 motion co-processor, which keeps tabs on the device’s accelerometer, gyroscope and compass. Apple says this will enable new types of health and fitness apps, such as a new Nike+ Move app that keeps track of how active you are. As expected, the iPhone 5S will include a touch ID fingerprint sensor built into the Home button. It’ll scan fingerprints in any orientation as well as sub-dermal fingerprint layers, and Apple noted you can use it to unlock your phone without a PIN or make iTunes purchases without entering a password. Lest you worry that data’s being stored in the cloud, Apple confirmed it’s not backed up or stored on Apple’s servers, and that it’s encrypted and locked within the A7 chip — it’s not directly accessible by software. Camera-wise, the iPhone 5S’s aperture is slightly larger than the iPhone 5′s, the f-number dropping from f/2.4 to f/2.2 (lower is better). It’ll also do auto image stabilization, allowing you to take multiple photos at once and combine the sharpest parts of each. You can now operate in Burst Mode (hold the shutter to snap up to 10 frames per second) or use a “SloMo” camera app that lets you shoot video at up to 120 frames per second at 720p. The iPhone 5C, by comparison, includes Apple’s older (but still powerful) A6 processor, an 8-megapixel camera, polycarbonate casing without seams or cracks, a higher battery capacity than prior iPhones and availability in multiple colors, including white, blue, yellow, red and green. It includes a front-facing FaceTime HD camera capable of taking sharper pictures. Apple’s listing the unlocked pricing for the iPhone 5C on its website as $550(N90,000) (16 GB) and $650 (N103,000) (32 GB). Colorized custom cases will sell for $29, and the cases have holes in the back, allowing you to create a two-tone look if you prefer


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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 edition) specs and features

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 edition) specs and features
In addition to unveiling the Galaxy Note 3 smartphone and Galaxy Gear smartwatch, Samsung also announced a new tablet during its IFA 2013 Unpacked event, the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition.
The second-generation Galaxy Note 10.1 model is also a 10.1-inch tablet, just like its predecessor that was unveiled at MWC 2012.
The new tablet will still be made of plastic, and it will share the design and features of the Galaxy Note 3 smartphone. We’re looking at a “warm and textured back cover with stitching” which should “inspire a sense of elegance and sophistication. Even a Home button is present, something the original Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet did not have to offer.


Here are the main specs and features of the new tablet:

  • Size: 243.1 x 171.4 x 7.9mm
  • Weight: 535g
  • 10.1-inch WQXGA Super clear LCD (2560 x 1600 resolution)
  • 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor (LTE version) / 1.9GHz octa-core Exynos 5 Octa processor (3G/Wi-Fi version)
  • 3GB of RAM
  • 16/32/64GB of storage
  • microSD support up to 64GB
  • 8-megapixel camera with BSI sensor, and LED flash
  • 2-megapixel camera with BSI sensor
  • Wi-Fi ac/a/b/g/n (2.4GHz & 5GHz), Wi-Fi Direct
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • USB 2.0
  • S Pen
  • 8220mAh battery
  • Android 4.3 Jelly Bean with TouchWiz on top and Samsung features (the tablet will offer the same software features that will be available on the Galaxy Note 3)


While the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet is called the “2014 Edition,” the tablet will be launched in various markets starting with the third quarter – which means it will hit Nigeria in a couple of months
When it comes to connectivity options, Samsung will sell three Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) versions including a Wi-Fi-only model, a Wi-Fi and 3G model, and a Wi-Fi and LTE(4G) version.

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BlackBerry Live: BBM for Apple, Android phones coming this summer

BlackBerry has just announced that its hugely popular BBM messaging service is going multi-platform: it will be released for Android and iOS as a free app this summer. BBM will support iOS hardware running iOS 6 and above; the Android version will be compatible with version 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and above. “It’s time to bring BBM to a greater audience,” CEO Thorsten Heins said in announcing the expansion, “no matter what mobile device they carry.”

Though it’s long been considered one of BlackBerry’s strongest exclusive offerings, Heins said that his company aims to deliver a “fully featured” BBM experience on rival smartphone operating systems. “We’re starting with messaging and groups, but we’ll bring voice, screen share, and of course, channels later on,” he said.

“Why are we doing this now? It’s a statement of confidence,” Heins went on. He said that BlackBerry 10′s prospects are “so strong that we are confident that BBM can become an independent messaging solution.”

In a press release, BlackBerry notes that BBM’s successful move to iOS and Android depends upon the approval of Apple and Google. Assuming things go according to plan, BLACKBERRY’S KILLER APP WON’T BE AN EXCLUSIVE ANYMORE.

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BlackBerry R10 ~ Full Phone Specifications + Price

The BlackBerry R10 is a yet unannounced device that is expected to become the third member of the BlackBerry 10 family, coming after the BlackBerry Z10 and Q10. The known specs include a QWERTY keyboard, 3.1-inch display with 720 x 720 px resolution, 5MP rear camera, front camera, 2GB of RAM, 8GB internal storage and a 1800 mAh non-removable battery.
Device type:
Smart phone
BlackBerry (10)
Physical size:
3.1 inches
720 x 720 pixels
Pixel density:
328 ppi

2180 mAh
System memory:
2048 MB RAM
Built-in storage:
8 GB
5 megapixels
Front-facing camera:
Music player:
Filter by:
Album, Artist, Playlists
Album art cover
Internet browsing
Phone features
Caller groups, Multiple numbers per contact, Search by both first and last name, Picture ID, Ring ID
Calendar, Alarm, Calculator
SMS, MMS, Threaded view, Predictive text input
IMAP, POP3, SMTP, Blackberry Connect
Other features
Haptic feedback, Music ringtones, Vibration, Flight mode
Voice dialing, Voice commands, Voice recording
BlackBerry R10 Review & Price
BlackBerry R10 will come with a mid-range price and it has a stylish QWERTY keypad and it will have a plenty of features and it has a beautiful design it beautiful, manufactured with fully plastic body and coming with complete accessories that are, BlackBerry R10 charger, BlackBerry earphones, data cable with sealed box available in black, white and red colors at affordable price in UK. There is no any announcement report of this phone but early it announce in UK and US.
Expectable Price in UK Pound: £192
Expectable Price in US Dollar: $300
BlackBerry is going to announce a new smartphone with QWERTY keypad and it has 3.1 inch LCD and it will come with a latest RIM operating system know as BlackBerry 10.1 OS, 2 GB of RAM for better its performance and speed and 8 GB internal storage for store data and 5 MP rear camera embedded in this phone with HD video recorder and front camera is also available and 1800 mAh non-removable long life battery and many more features are includes in BlackBerry R10. Complete specifications and features are early coming soon.
Display of BlackBerry R10 is not bad it has 3.1 inch LCD which runs in 720 X 720 pixels resolution and more display technology are attached with LCD but complete display information is not available now and it will be a great display and you can watch HD videos, movies and playing 3D games because the display of BlackBerry R10 is very graphical, bright and colorful and also running a BlackBerry 10.1 operating system which has a beautiful and modern icons, colorful themes and it’s a high class. display.
BlackBerry OS
The latest software is installed in BlackBerry R10 and BlackBerry 10.1 operating system software is running in this phone and it related with RIM because RIM is a official operating system of BlackBerry and the updated BlackBerry 10.1 OS has many features and apps and it support latest applications and some features of this software are HDR camera mode, smaller tweaks include the ability to paste phone numbers into the dialer, the option to disable alerts for specific applications and the ability to check for app updates more easily, PIN-to-PIN messaging within the BlackBerry Hub and an improved text selector are all likely candidates for inclusion in BlackBerry 10.1 OS, Dive much deeper and you will also notice more granular text selection and much more for entertaining and exciting features.
A 5 mega-pixels rear camera will have a BlackBerry R10 for capturing pictures and you can shoot pictures in 2560 x 1920 pixels, it’s a high quality picture resolution and video recorder is also available for shooting videos in HD quality and camera features is also available. It will also have a front facing camera for video calls, video calls through Skype, communicate with peoples face to face and you can take your own pictures to the help of secondary camera.
Regarding its release date, not much is known at this point, but we’ll make sure to bring you up to speed as soon as we have more information about it. In the meantime, let us know in the comments section what do you think about how the BlackBerry R10 is shaping up? Interested in buying one?

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