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Sony Xperia Z tablet and LG Optimus Pro G phone unveiled

Sony has unveiled what it says is the thinnest tablet computer of its kind. The Android-powered Xperia Z is 0.27in (6.9mm)-thick. That is 0.01in thinner than Apple’s iPad Mini despite featuring a bigger 10.1in screen. It coincides with news that LG is releasing a 5in handset – the Optimus G …

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Using keen customers to gain competitive advantage

Happy customers are vital to a successful business, and great experiences are vital to happy customers. That’s why, as the most promising route to competitive advantage, customer experience has long been top of mind for many top brands. Now that nearly one and a half billion of us use social …

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Nigeria’s low-cost tablet computer

Nigeria’s Saheed Adepoju is a young man with big dreams. He is the inventor of the Inye, a tablet computer designed for the African market. According to the 29-year-old entrepreneur, his machine’s key selling point is its price – $350 (£225) opposed to around $700 for an iPad. He believes …

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Nuclear Accident

Exposure to moderate levels of radiation – above one gray (the standard measure of absorbed radiation) – can result in radiation sickness, which produces a range of symptoms. Nausea and vomiting often begin within hours of exposure, followed by diarrhoea, headaches and fever. After the first round of symptoms, there …

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A Comprehensive Survey

Mr. Shafaru Akeem Adeyemi, the Vice President of Comprehensive High School Ayetoro Old Students’ Association who has been agitating along with others for the Ogun State government to move the College of Agricultural Sciences of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Yewa Campus from the premises of Comprehensive High School Ayetoro to …

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The Reality of a Yoruba Country

The Reality of a Yoruba Country Today, the mainstream Yorubas struggling to become an independent nation, was in 1914 arbitrarily merged with other ethnic groups of the Southern and Northern protectorates to become Nigeria. Yorubaland had earlier been divided between British and French colonialists. Yoruba people, the largest homogenous ethnic …

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