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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

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Nigeria, others to re-evaluate Trans-Saharan gas project -

Monday, August 5, 2013

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Friday, August 2, 2013

NSIA to manage N3.4tr pension funds -

Friday, August 2, 2013

GOOGLE UNVEILS MOTO X SMARTPHONE… -

Friday, August 2, 2013

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Thursday, August 1, 2013

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Monday, July 29, 2013

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Monday, July 29, 2013

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Friday, July 26, 2013

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Friday, July 26, 2013

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Friday, July 26, 2013

Fed Govt stops project variation beyond 15% of initial cost -

Thursday, July 25, 2013

GOOGLE UNVEILS MOTO X SMARTPHONE…

GOOGLE UNVEILS MOTO X SMART PHONE... NAIJA INTEL

Google’s new Moto X smartphone doesn’t aim to be the fastest, biggest, or prettiest smartphone. It wants to be the smartest.

The search giant on Thursday unveiled the first smartphone of its own design since it bought struggling Motorola last year. Rather than go toe-to-toe with top-of-the-line smartphones, such as Apple’s (AAPLFortune 500) iPhone, Samsung’s Galaxy S4 or HTC’s One, Google (GOOGFortune 500) designed the Moto X to make clever use of sensors and language processors to stay one step ahead of you.

The Moto X is built upon a chip called the X8, which allows the smartphone to understand natural language and gives it situational awareness. It’s always listening for your command, whether it is sleeping or awake. And it knows where you’re using it, and how you’re using it.

By calling out “OK Google Now,” you can place a call, map out a destination, log a reminder, or search on Google. The special language processing chip allows the phone to constantly wait for your voice to tell it what to do — without you having to activate the microphone. Better yet, Motorola says that will have no detrimental effect on battery life.

Other wizardry: The display will automatically reveal the clock when you pick up the phone or pull it out of your pocket. Place your finger on the screen, and notifications pop up for your viewing. Let go, and it goes back to the default lock screen, quickly obscuring your communications from prying eyes.

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When the phone is sleeping (or in any other state), twisting the phone like a screwdriver will allow you to open the camera with minimal fuss.

There’s also a custom app called Assist that can use the Moto X’s array of sensors to detect what sort of setting the phone is in and allow you to establish a group of settings that automatically kick in during these situations. For example, you can have all text messages read aloud to you while you drive. When you exit the car, that setting turns off.

It may emphasize sensors and smarts over power, but the Moto X is no slouch. It packs a 4.7-inch, 720p high-definition screen into a body not much bigger than an iPhone. It runs a relatively clean, bloatware-free version of Android, which means it’s fast, excellent and

GOOGLE UNVEILS MOTO X SMART PHONE... NAIJA INTEL

GOOGLE UNVEILS MOTO X SMART PHONE… NAIJA INTEL

will receive updates much quicker than a phone like the Galaxy S4. It has a 10-megapixel camera with a special-made sensor that devotes a quarter of each pixel to collecting extra light (a feature that could translate to more detailed photos without a flash).

And it has a battery that promises 24 hours on a single charge under “normal” use conditions. Yes, 24 hours.

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