An election internet shutdown would cost Nigeria $134 million a day

  Nigeria’s government has publicly reiterated it will ensure internet access during its presidential elections on Saturday (Feb.16). Regardless, fears of an internet shutdown have lingered with Nigerians discussing the prospect across social media and looking into alternative ways of staying online. Shutting down the internet, however, could come at a very steep price for […]

TP-Link Launches Neffos C5 Max, Neffos C5, Neffos C5L Android Smartphones

TP-Link, a popular networking product manufacturer, following its announcement of its first smartphone brand ‘Neffos’ last month, on Thursday launched three new smartphones in its C5 series. The company launched Neffos C5 Max, Neffos C5, and Neffos C5L. The pricing and availability details of the dual-SIM Android 5.1 Lollipop-based smartphones have not been revealed yet. […]

Free Basics vs Free Internet:- Your Guide to the Raging Net Neutrality Debate

Free Basics, Facebook’s non-profit initiative that aims to bring Internet connectivity to the underprivileged in developing regions, has run into trouble in India. Under Free Basics, Facebook is offering a range of services for free to thousands of users, but advocates and enthusiasts in the country are strongly encouraging users to discard Facebook’s initiative. Why? ‘Network […]