In a bid to develop the nation digitally, President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the transfer of the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) to the Federal Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy. The Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Ali Pantami made this known in a statement signed by his spokesperson, Mrs. Uwa Suleiman, saying that the president's approval was based on the critical role of the NIMC in the actualization of the National Digital Economy Policy and Strategy for a Digital Nigeria (NDEPS) objectives.

World's Largest LS Power Battery Storage System Comes Online

LS Power, a US power and energy infrastructure owner have put on stream what it describes as the largest grid battery in the world, with a capacity that will reach 250 MW by the end of August. According to LS Power VP of Energy Storage Cody Hill, construction of the system was handled by McCarthy Building Companies, while NEC built the system with LG Chem batteries and SMA inverters. Although LS Power has not yet shared that project's MWh capacity, it will almost positively be between 1 GWh and 1.5 GWh once completed, as it's uncommon to see large-scale storage outside of the four-to-six hour duration range.

Qualcomm's new Quick Charge 5 unveiled today July 27, promises to get drained Android phones from 0% to 50% battery power after 5 minutes of charging. It's the first fast-charging platform capable of supporting more than 100 watts of charging power. Supported by the Snapdragon 865 and 865+ so far the phone has the required PMIC hardware. The increased voltage tolerance and hardware changes allow Quick Charge 5 to be up to 10x faster than the original quick charge specification, and 4x faster than the previous generation Quick Charge 4.

Sony Considering Software Subscription As The Next Data-Analysing Image Sensors

Sony Multinational Corporation image sensors business set to replicate PlayStation’s success to take care of its reliance on a handful of manufacturing in the inconsistent Smartphone market; the company says it will sell software by subscription for data-analyzing sensors build-in.

Leak Suggest iPhone 12 May Get In-Air Gesture

The iPhone 12 could see a big upgrade in the form of air gesture controls. Using a time-of-flight (ToF) camera inside its display notch, the iPhone could help give selfies a high-quality bokeh effect, create 3D maps of objects, or help make Face ID more secure, which previous patents have hinted at. However, what's particularly interesting is the idea of using in-air gestures. This likely upgrade was spotted by Patently Apple (via Forbes), who revealed a patent concerning a next-generation depth sensor that Apple could bring into its flagship phones.

Nigeria's Gokada CEO Murdered In New York Home

Fahim Saleh, the CEO of a commercial motorcycle hailing company, Gokada in Lagos has been found dead in his New York apartment on Tuesday, NYPD officials revealed.

Sony Reveals PS5 Console With Daring Fresh Design

Sony's PlayStation division unveiled several details regarding the upcoming PS5 next-generation console, with loads of amazing line up of games at its latest PS5 reveal event on June 11. Sony had set its reveal event for PlayStation 5, with the promise of the first footage of PS5 games, for June 4. However, in light of racial justice protests occurring across the United States and other countries, the company postponed the event in order to "stand back and allow more important voices to be heard."

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