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MTN Benin embroiled in non-payment of $213m frequency fees

South African telecoms giant MTN Group said on Thursday Benin’s regulator was reviewing its local unit’s reasons for not paying $213 million in frequency fees for 2016 and 2017. MTN Benin had contested the size of the fees, saying they were excessive, the company said. MTN’s fine headache in next door Nigeria has …

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Photo: See The Electronic Bed That Has A Television , Charge Phones And Laptop

Facebook user Okuoba Akomeah who is a carpenter and makes chairs, beds and tables to earn a living just posted the photos of the Electronic bed he made that has television and can charge phones and laptops, He posted the the Photos and the Caption below; 2017 Sofa king size electronic …

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Apple releases first major update for iOS 11

APPLE fans are rejoicing online after the company released the first major update to iOS 11 since its release in September. The iOS 11 operating system which debuted alongside the iPhone 8 has been much maligned by Apple fans for various bugs and for appearing to rapidly drain the battery. Despite …

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Saudi Arabia Grants Citizenship to a Female Robot, Sophia

The robot, Sophia, took to the stage at a conference in Riyadh this week to express her delight at being given citizenship, which she described as ‘historical.’ Sophia also mocked Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, claiming that her interviewer had been ‘reading too much Elon Musk’, in response …

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Windows Shortcuts That Will Make You More Productive

If you’re a Windows user, you’re in luck. We’ve uncovered a number of quick, easy and efficient shortcuts that, with just a few quick clicks on the keyboard, will save you time. Whether it’s a simple Shift + Delete to move items to the trash or Windows key + Ctrl + D …

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See the First Driverless truck begins goods delivery at Singapore plant

Singapore’s first driverless truck made its debut at Jurong Island on Tuesday (Oct 24). Belgian logistics company Katoen Natie is piloting the autonomous vehicle at US oil giant ExxonMobil’s integrated manufacturing hub. It will be used to transport products between the company’s packaging and intermediate storage facilities, clocking in a …

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