Germany to bring World’s first hydrogen-powered passenger trains

Germany plans to bring the world’s first
trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells into service with 14 emission-free trains to transport passengers in Lower Saxony from 2021. The trains will be built by France’s Alstom at its site in Salzgitter to ...

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Samsung Electronics names new CFO to manage its $68 billion cash pile

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Thursday announced a new chief financial officer (CFO) to be in charge of one of Asia’s biggest corporate cash piles. It said it would create a body within the firm to coordinate with tech affiliates. ...

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Ford unveil auto plant in Nigeria; first in Sub-Sahara Africa

Ford Ford’s first ever automobile assembly plant in Sub-Sahara Africa has been established in Lagos, Nigeria, courtesy of Coscharis Motors Plc, the nation’s exclusive official representative of the brand. The plant, which is sighted on a piece of land of ...

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Abiru, Skye Bank CEO urges close collaboration between Tech, IT Security Experts to curb data theft

Skye Bank CEO, Tokunbo Abiru has advocated practical strategies, concerted efforts and close collaboration from technology, Telcos and IT security experts to prevent current proliferation of clone apps with its attendant impact on safety of smart phone users in the ...

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All three billion Yahoo accounts were affected by 2013 hack

Following a new analysis of a 2013 hack, Yahoo has revealed that all three billion accounts at Yahoo were affected, triple the original estimate. The disclosure from Verizon, which acquired Yahoo’s online assets earlier this year, revised upward the initial ...

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Twitter tests expanding tweet limit to 280 characters

Twitter on Tuesday announced a test project allowing tweets to be expanded to 280 characters — double the existing limit 140 character. San Francisco-based Twitter said the new system, a major shift for the messaging platform known for its 140-character ...

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Osinbajo commissions electric meter, syringe factories in Akwa Ibom

Osinbajo in Akwa Ibom

Speaking while inaugurating an Electric Metering Factory in Onna local government area of Akwa Ibom, on Saturday, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said that the problem of irregular power supply in Nigeria is caused by inaccurate billing system resulting from insufficient ...

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Apple unveils iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X with facial recognition; See features

Apple, on Tuesday launched three new editions of the iPhone it calls “new generation” iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus as well as the “futuristic” iPhone X (iPhone X pronounced “10”) during its annual press conference. Apple, for the first time, ...

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Internet users in Nigeria now 91 million – NCC

The Nigerian Communications Commission says in the country internet users increased from 90,124,428 in April to 91,565,010 in May, an increase of 1,440,582. The telecommunications industry regulator made the disclosure in its Monthly Internet Subscribers Data obtained by the News ...

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TROUBLE FOR NIGERIA: The world will switch away from petrol cars in 8 years

No more petrol or diesel cars, buses, or trucks will be sold anywhere in the world within eight years. The entire market for land transport will switch to electrification, leading to a collapse of oil prices and the demise of ...

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