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Posted On August 19, 2014By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Business, Mobile, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Globacom Launches Innovative 3-in-1 Recharge Option

Multistring Recharge is the name of Globacom’s new feature and it is supposed to give Glo customers the ease of loading airtime credit for their subscribed services directly without going through the process of first topping up their prepaid accounts before‎ allocating the airtime for data bundles or international calls. Mr. Bisi Koleoso, Head of Operations at Globacom explains how it works; “Under the new recharge, customers who want to directly top up and add to their main balance should dial *123*<Airtime_PIN_Here>#, while those interested in directly buying a data bundle without crammingRead More

Posted On April 6, 2014By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Gaming, Social Media, Uncategorized

Table Soccer For Android: The Nostalgia Trip

I may not need to remind anyone about a little game we played when we were younger, that involved two goalposts made of paper, a little ball made of paper and a lot of bottle caps or in some cases more paper. If you never knew that you’ll know how the game is played in a second. Table Soccer is a game by ChopUP Games developed using the Unity Game Engine, it’s a somewhat fresh take of the classic “Table Soccer” game. In Table Soccer players select from 3 free bottleRead More
  Twitter updated their mobile apps for Android and iOS with a few new stuff. The layout got a complete makeover, but the most notable update has to be letting users share photos via direct messages. Other features include adding users to favourites so you can get push notifications anytime they tweet. This could be done by turning notifications on from certain users, but they just made it a more prominent feature. I’m not a fan of the abrupt design overhaul, it looks nice but it’s gonna take a lotRead More

Posted On November 23, 2013By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Gadgets, Gaming, Mobile

Logitech And MOGA Make Gaming On Your iPhone Better

With iOS 7, Apple included a standard way for iOS devices to use third-party game controller.  Developers can now build better games without worrying about awful touchscreen control schemes. This is made possible with Apple’s MFI (Made For iPhone, iPod and iPad) APIs announced at WWDC 2013. This makes MOGA’s controller the first official(blessed by Apple’s MFI) iPhone controller and Logitech’s controller the second of the pioneers. The Android platform for example, has a lot of controllers but letting those controllers work with games has always been a matter between gameRead More

Posted On October 14, 2013By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Gaming, Mobile, Top Stories

Kuluya Games Land On Android And Windows Phone

Idamiebi from Sonbim Games called it. “We probably will, at some point I know they’re going to head to mobile. It’s bound to happen sooner or later.” Well, it has happened. You can now download Kuluya games from the Google Play Store. Currently, there are four games: Oga At The Top, Matatu, Msitu Wars and Masai. All the games feature leaderboards with players from around the world and of course there are touch-screen controls.   For Windows Phone users, Oga At The Top seems to be the only game available.Read More
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Posted On July 18, 2013By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Business, Mobile, Top Stories

Blackberry A10 Leak: Specs Revealed

The information comes from a leaked presentation slide with alleged full specifications of the new A10. It’s already looking like a beefy hunk of phone — the A10 will use a 5-inch, 720p OLED touchscreen display paired with a  slightly faster 1.7GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and quad-core graphics chip. Above is a complete table of the device’s specifications. The phone wouldn’t otherwise represent a big break from the Z10, although the leak hints at both a preloaded instance of BlackBerry 10.2 and a thicker Verizon variant. When the slide reportedly dates back to May,Read More

Posted On July 18, 2013By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Business, Mobile

BIS For Blackberry 10 Blocked on MTN

At midnight yesterday, MTN cut off BlackBerry 10 access to data via the APN used by the older BBOS devices. All the data plans provided by MTN for the older Blackberry devices will no longer work for users with Blackberry 10-based smartphones. Sources told TechSuplex that MTN made the decision to avoid losing revenue over people exploiting and creating  loop-holes in the system that let other non-BlackBerry devices use the same plan for data. There are dedicated Blackberry 10 plans for users with the Blackberry Q5, Q10, Z10 and rumored-upcomingRead More

Posted On June 11, 2013By Victor NnejiIn Design, Gadgets, Mobile, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Apple Unveils iOS 7

    Apple unveiled its latest mobile operating system, iOS 7 at its Word wide developer conference (WWDC) which just kicked off yesterday. The highly anticipated OS which has been rumoured to sport a completely new look did just that. For the first time since the iPhone was announced, iOS in iOS 7 was given a UI overhaul. All-new Design iOS 7 went through a thorough facelift from the lock screen to every other inch of UI you will see on the display. The difference is good enough to make the experience brandRead More
After nearly 7 months since it first announced its new music player tagged the gPlayer, Gidilounge has finally said they are ready to release the next generation Gidilounge app into the wild in a few weeks. The new music streaming app will have all the features that where disclosed to the public at their October 10th event which included the ability to browse and create playlists, save their favorites and listen to a music Lounge (curated playlists) but in addition the app will allow users to discover new and upcoming artist,Read More
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Posted On March 14, 2013By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Business, Mobile

At Android, A New Man Is In Charge As Chief Steps Down

Google’s head of Android, Andy Rubin, is stepping back from his role at the smartphone platform — the latest in a series of sudden management changes at the top of the world’s largest technology companies. Mr Rubin’s departure from Android comes five months after  Apple’s Software Chief, Scott Forstall, left the iPhone maker in its biggest management reshuffle in years. In November, Steve Sinofsky, Microsoft’s Head of Windows, abruptly left after a radical, mobile-centric redesign of the operating system was launched. As for his replacement, Page says that Sundar Pichai will be taking charge of the Android team. You mayRead More