Monday, November 17, 2014

Pick of the pack!: Amazing high-tech gadgets for a cutting-edge kitchen

By Chima Michael Oleru

Amazing high-tech gadgets for a cutting-edge kitchen

The kitchen is “that special place’ for most of us; the central hub of activity in our homes. So it is no surprise that a lot of these innovations in home technology revolve around the kitchen. It is undisputable that the kitchen is where we engage in those enjoyable moments like cooking, eating, and spending time with family and friends.
Over the past few years, there has been a surge of home automation products to make our lives easier, more efficient and, in many cases, more reliant on technology.

TechKulture rounds up some amazing neat kitchen gadgets for you in this edition. Expect these to become the norm in the decked out, that is, ‘teched-out’ homes of the near future!

Keep Your Laptop Healthy With These Tips

By Chima Michael Oleru

After all, now that you have a computer, you have to work to keep it healthy. Sure, there are individuals who maintain their PC’s on regular basis. However you do not need me to inform you that such persons are exceptions, not the rule. So for all those of us that have to be on our computers on a regular basis, how can we make sure that our computer systems are working optimally? That is where computer tips come in.

All of us want our computer systems to work at the speed of light. One important aspect that requires you to apply laptop health tips is in ensuring that your laptop does not grow to be unnecessarily slow. Keeping your laptop healthy contributes to giving it a long life. You can be sure that your computer remains quick by running Scandisk and Defrag – computer utilities which are used to make your laptop faster.

Monday, November 10, 2014


Everyone is becoming a techie one way or the other thanks to all the numerous gadgets in the market. Ever heard of ‘Wearable Tech’, that refers to technology gadgets that can be worn. This innovation has been the subject of many tech forums and webinars all over the globe. However, there are many wearable gadgets in the market, so in this article we would do a highlight of the coolest top five wearables of our time.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Android Features That Blow iPhone Out of the Water

 While iPhone fans brag about their beloved devices, Android fans will grin knowingly and take comfort because there are several solid reasons to stick with -- or switch to -- their Google-powered phones.
Here's a look at the nine biggest features that make Android devices more favorable than Apple's iphone:

1. Expandable storage
If your iPhone is filled with files, you're out of luck. Not the case with Android, which welcomes and supports SD cards for added storage capability.

Friday, October 19, 2012

3 Simple Tools for Building a Website Fast

Having a website for your business might seem obvious to some, but it turns out more than 50 percent of U.S. small businesses still don't have even a basic website. To many customers, your presence on the web is their first impression of your business. It should be critical to have a website that showcases who you are and what you do.
If you haven't created a website yet, these three simple tools can help you bring your business online -- where the customers are -- so you can keep doing what you do best:

Bing vs. Google: Which Search Engine is Best?

You might have seen the commercials online or on TV: Bing has been waging a marketing war on Google, claiming that blind users prefer Bing's results over Google's by a 2-to-1 margin.
But has Microsoft's search engine really advanced enough to pose a credible threat to Google? While you can test the comparison on your own at, I've identified strengths and weaknesses for both. Either engine may have an edge depending on your personal preferences.
From social integration to speed to quality, here's a look at how they stack up:

5 Smartphone Tips to Protect Against New Malware Attacks

Smartphones powered by Google's Android operating system are susceptible to a growing number of malware attacks. The IC3, a partnership between the FBI and law enforcement support group the National White Collar Crime Center, has identified "Loozfon" and "FinFisher" as the latest known versions of this type of malware.
According to IC3, one way criminals disguise the Loozfon malware is as a "work-at-home" advertisement that promises money for simply sending out email. Once users click on the ad, they are directed to a site that adds the Loozfon malware onto their smartphone. The application then steals contact details from the user's address book as well as the device's phone number.

Monday, October 8, 2012


Purchasing a laptop computer is a big decision as they are certainly not cheap. Because of this, it is not a decision that you should arrive at lightly. What represents the best laptop to buy is different for everybody. Some of us want a basic bottom of the line laptop that we can do basic stuff on. Others prefer a multimedia machine that can do it all: Internet, games, videos, graphics and lots of music. Just below are five tips that will help you make the right decision in purchasing a laptop computer.

Sunday, October 7, 2012

IP Surviellance Training Graduands, October 2012

From left to right, Emmanuel Umoh, Ngonadi Cosmas, Akinsola Jet, John Okafor, Michael Flaqq, Chima Michael Oleru, Olanrewaju Olaonipekun, and Emeka Ohembele...

These very Tech savvy guys rewrote the IP surveillance training policy of KITS. Kudos to you all.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Website Designer & Developer Wanted Urgetntly?

Are U a creative Web Designer and Developer with a taste for innovation? An Information/Media is looking for you...