PayPal is an international e-commerce business allowing payments and money transfers to be made through the Internet. Online money transfers serve as electronic alternatives to paying with traditional paper methods, such as checks and money orders.
PayPal is an acquirer, performing payment processing for online vendors, auction sites, and other commercial users, for which it charges a fee. The fee depends on what currency or payments the seller is using.In addition, eBay purchases made by credit card through PayPal may incur extra fees if the buyer and seller use different currencies. In a layman’s term, it’s simply your virtual bank for payment and transfers of cash via Skype, Facebook, eBay amongst others. Before now, it was not available to customers in countries like Nigeria. If you need to use a PayPal account from a Nigeria proxy address (like you home address), you would need to go through some third party but all that is history now.
The service has been launched so relax Nigerians and get shopping.
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Google looks to be making the grade with a new tool it unveiled Tuesday that aims to help teachers easily organize assignments and communicate with their students.
Dubbed Classroom, the free tool integrates Google Docs, Drive, and Gmail so that teachers can assign and collect homework paperlessly, communicate with students in and out of class, and organize their curriculum. Classroom will be offered in the Google Apps for Education suite, which provides the usual lineup of email, calendar, and document creation apps but is geared toward students and teachers. (more…)
Twitter might soon allow users to stealthily unfollow those they don’t want to listen to any longer, according to a new report.
Some Twitter users on mobile devices have reported seeing a “mute” feature that allows them to nix all tweets or retweets from a certain person from their timelines. (more…)
Yesterday at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Samsung like several other tech giants unveiled their newest range of gadgets to the public. Among the gadgets unveiled were the Samsung Galaxy S5, Gear 2, Gear Fit among others. Our focus in this post would be on the Samsung Galaxy S5.
Looking to get your hands on this device? Well we would like to bring to your notice the latest addition or what differentiates the S5 from the S4. (more…)
Are you on an internet plan with a data cap or do you exhaust your mobile data before its due date. That should be a thing of the past with the recent update from Google for its Chrome Browser app which promises to helps users reduce the amount of mobile data used in surfing the web on your mobile devices. (more…)
One of the Samsung Galaxy S4 in our office just started restarting itself last week after installing Facebook (mind you the Facebook app has nothing to do with the phone restarting) and the battery life drops from whatever percentage it is to 0%.
Steps taken to fix the Issue
Uninstalling third-party apps
Removing the battery and re-inserting it
Removing the SD card and starting the phone without it
Resetting to factory settings
Performing a hard reset by wiping cache and formatting the phone (more…)
Starting April 8th, we will begin upgrading customers from Messenger to Skype. The process will take a few weeks to complete. April 8th is the first day you may be required to upgrade. This is a bit later than the March 15th date we previously mentioned to some of you as we wanted to give you more time to make the transition.
To keep chatting with your Messenger contacts, simply upgrade to the latest version of Skype using the instructions below and sign in using a Microsoft account (this is the same ID you use to sign into Messenger). Once signed in, your contacts will already be there. You’ll be able to instant message and make video calls with them just like before, and start discovering new ways of staying in touch, including Skype on your mobile or tablet.
The Messenger and Skype Teams
This is a copy of the mail sent to customers from Microsoft.
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