Sony, Samsung and Microsoft Named In Amnesty International Child Labor Report

Africa Resource Watch and Amnesty International made a publication of report pointing heavy allegations at Fortune 100 tech firms like Apple and Microsoft for indiscriminately employing the services of children in cobalt mining in Africa. The report bears emphasis down to cobalt mining in the war-torn Democratic Republic of The Congo and the habit of …

Twitter to Expand Tweet’s 140-Character Limit to 10,000

Twitter is planning to make expansion to a tweet’s 140-character moving it further to 10,000. The 140-character happens to be one of the prized features of Twitter, and it could change. Twitter’s outspoken and dedicated user base vehemently lambasted the prospective change — with the expectations that it could be announced by March ending— would …

Uber Records First Billionth Trip!

By a good means of measurement, Uber has had a pretty successful year: a lot of political conquests, accompanied by delicious product launches, as well as intimidating volume of of cash raised, and then starting of in Nigeria. And the hits keep doesn’t stop there. Some few days ago in London, the ride-hailing company made …

Nigeria, 18 Others Not Eligible in the 2015 US DV lottery

The United States Department of State announced that Nigerians and citizens of from few other countries are not eligible to participate in the DV-2015. The countries that are not eligible to participate are Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, China (mainland-born), Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador and Haiti. Others are India, Jamaica, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, …

List Of Top-Earning US Celebs Under 30

On the Monday 22nd of July, forbes released the list of top-earning celebrities under 30. The calculation was based on their earnings between June 2012 and June 2013. Lady Gaga topped the list despite the hip surgery she underwent this year. Her earnings alone put her at the top of this list. Forbes estimated Gaga …