2016 Year in Review : Scandal and Controversy

2016 will be remembered as a year that was also characterised with scandal and controversy ranging Facebook and fake news problem, Ryan Lochte Apologising for ‘Not Being More Careful And Candid’…

 
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This is why Facebook and Twitter desperately need to change in 2017

As we’re nearing the end of 2016, social networks are bigger than ever. Billions of people in the world are connected through only a small amount of platforms — the biggest…

 
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Linda Ikeji

Blogger Linda Ikeji’s New social network to pay top users

Love her or not, she’s one of Africa’s most famous news and gossip writers. Now she’s hoping to take on Facebook with her very own social network, which she says…

 
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Zuckerberg fulfils promise, adds Hausa language to Facebook

Hausa, one of Nigeria’s major language, has been added to Facebook by Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of the social media platform. According to a post on his wall, Mark reckons…

 
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AI Partnership Launched by Amazon, Facebook, Google, IBM, and Microsoft

…The new group will focus on ethics and best practices Five tech giants announced on Wednesday that they are launching a nonprofit to “advance public understanding” of artificial intelligence and…

 
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Opinion: The Mark Zuckerberg Visit – Reuben Abati

Mark Zuckerberg’s two-day visit to Nigeria has done a lot for the country; it is a pity no government official or agency has tried to tap into the gains of…

 
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Zukerberg urges IT entrepreneurs to focus on learning

-Partners with Cool Link to launch Express Wifi in Lagos   The Founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, has urged Information Technology (IT) entrepreneurs to focus on learning at all giving…

 
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Sixth biggest Instagrammer with nearly 78 million quits Instagram

…closes account after abuse from fans and tense exchanges with ex-girlfriend, Selena Gomez Justin Bieber, the world’s sixth biggest Instagram user, has deleted his account and left the photo and…

 
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Facebook will start bypassing adblockers on desktop browsers

Facebook is starting to bypass adblockers on its desktop website, in the company’s first major foray into the war between advertisers and those who would see an internet without any…

 
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