Technical news 5 – 12 September 2021
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Phone Dealers’ Association Praises FG’s Adoption of 5G Network Policy
The Phone and Allied Products Dealers Association of Nigeria (PAPDAN) has approved the approval of the 5G network by the Federal Executive Council (FEC).
Ifeanyi Akubue, the president of PAPDAN, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that 5G, when adopted, would meet the agitation of the innovative youth. Read more here.
Lenovo unveils ultra-light laptop with OLED screen
Lenovo has revealed the IdeaPad Slim 7 Carbon ultra-light laptop equipped with an OLED screen made by Samsung and other lineup of PCs, tablets and monitors at Tech World 2021.
The new Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7 Carbon is a 14-inch Windows 11 laptop that weighs 2.37 lbs and the chassis of the device is made of carbon fiber and magnesium alloy for lightness and strength, as the name implies. Read more here.
Enugu government supports 50 hi-tech, innovation teams through ‘Technovation’ conference
More than 50 hi-tech and innovative startup teams will benefit from the upcoming technovation conference in Enugu, an official from the state government of Enugu says.
Elvis Obi-Nwankwo, special assistant to Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for ICT and innovation, announced this in Enugu on Tuesday. Read more here.
Scientists develop T-shirts that store electricity to charge mobile phones
A group of researchers in China has developed a unique fiber that can store enough electricity to charge personal gadgets and portable medical devices. These developments would fuel the need for “flexible energy storage”.
AN study published last week revealed that researchers from Fudan University in Shanghai said they managed to mass-produce fiberglass batteries that contain 85.69 watt-hours of electricity per kilogram. In comparison: a iPhone 12 Pro Max, which weighs 228 grams, has a battery with a current capacity of about 14 watt-hours. Click to apply.
Asus launches new laptops with OLED products for digital creators
Taiwanese multinational computer and telephone hardware and electronics company Asus has launched a number of laptops with OLED screens to appeal to the new digital creative space in several of its product lines for digital creators.
Asus in his Make it uncreated event over the weekend set its sights on what is called the digital creative space – graphic designers, animators, game developers and the like. Read more here.
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