Category Archives: import

Will Amazon eat Google's lunch?

There has been a lot of news lately in the Android camp and they have ranged from the good to the bad. Nothing ugly yet. Let's start with the bad. Google was forced to come out to defend its decision not to open up the Honeycomb version of the hugely successful Android mobile OS immediately. […]

Samsung's Central Station wireless monitor

Samsung is up to some pretty neat stuffs these days. Apart from the incredible Galaxy series of phones and tablets, they just released a wireless monitor for the European market. Yeah, you got me right, a wireless monitor. It shouldn't be a big deal but I wonder why it hasn't become mainstream. Look at it, […]

Laptops, why they all stay the same

Apart from the processor war of attrition between Intel and AMD, it seems every OEM has abandoned the laptop market to jump into the tablet war zone. Every iPad[2] wannabe touts some very decent specs: As of February 2011 dual core Tegra 2/Qualcomm SnapDragon with 1Gb RAM is standard. But for the laptops? Safe for […]

CDMA, going going gone?

The last few days have seen some rumblings in the telecoms sector in Nigeria. News (234Next | Thisday | Business Day) had it that Telkom is thinking of pulling out of Multilinks, a CDMA operator, or has even left (depends on who you ask) because its investment has gone down the flush bowl. That wasn’t […]

Bummer by Midsummer?

How does it feel, as the CEO of a company, when another company associates with you and everyone screams, losers? That shouldnt be too far from the disgust Steve Ballmer must have felt skipping back to Seattle this evening. Today, Nokia finally let the cat of the bag, announcing the hook-up with Redmond but the […]