Here’s a highlight of the stories that made headlines on Techpoint this week:
Find out how 3 ex-Jumia employees are disrupting traditional end-of-the-year gifts, like rice and oil, with online gift cards.
We all enjoyed Adewale‘s interview with Tunde Kehinde’s ACE.ng, and we learnt a few lessons too. Daniel took some time out to itemise some of the most important entrepreneur lessons from that interview.
The popular Twitter parody account went missing for a while.
The 2015 edition of Social Media Week Lagos has come and gone. But we managed to capture some of the best moments from the event.
MTN announced the reintroduction of the TruTalk tariff plan which includes cheaper “Family and Friends” call rates, but with conditions.
From all indications, .ng country code top-level domain adoption is on course to fulfil NiRA’s dream of six million registered .ng domain names by 2020.
Truppr engineer, Oluwasegin Famisa thinks not. And he has numbers to back his views.
Last year, BBM introduced stickers as a way of monetizing the messaging app but, they haven’t really picked up in these climes. Most likely because they’ve been highly unrelatable. Well, until now …
Airtel recently launched Wynk, a service that allows subscribers download and stream music on as many as 3 devices at a time.
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