After weeks of anticipation, American singer and rapper T-Pain has arrived in Lagos, the entertainment capital of Africa, where he will host the Heineken ‘Live Your Music’ party this Saturday, October 29, 2016 at the Federal Palace Hotel in Lagos. T-Pain was announced as the host of the first ever Heineken ‘Live Your Music’ party in Nigeria by Sampson Oloche, Portfolio Manager, International Premium Brands, Nigerian Breweries Plc., at a press cocktail for the 2016 Heineken Lagos Fashion and Design Week held at the Heineken House. The Heineken ‘Live Your Music’ party is the official after party for the Heineken Lagos Fashion and Design Week (HLFDW) which is billed to start from Wednesday, 26 October to Saturday, 29 October.
Heineken, a leader in innovative music experiences as well as technology and fashion, will also thrill music lovers with the fun and interactive music ‘Takeover’ – wherein people get to choose and dance to their own music playlist. “The Heineken Live Your Music party…
The buzz surrounding the pending release of the Galaxy S8 has
overshadowed the first half of 2017 in a way that we haven't seen in
the smartphone market for quite some time. While other device
manufacturers are expected to attract a lot of attention at MWC 2017,
the S8 question mark will be hovering over every presentation - and
will be an important influence on those customers who are on the lookout
for an upgrade this year.
MWC 2017 will be the showcase for the
next generation of smartphones for release over the coming year. For the
manufacturers, regardless of the differences in the features on the
actual devices, there has always been a common defining feature - the
inclusion of Qualcomm chipsets. Thanks to Samsung, it could now be the
case that the devices due to be released at MWC 2017 will include
Microsoft recently released some of the upcoming features for the Xbox One that’s coming with the Windows 10 Creators Update. The update included an improved dashboard, along with a revamped Guide feature which focuses on improving the overall performance of the Xbox One dashboard.
The Windows 10 Creators Update, however, will kill Xbox One’s Snap Mode feature which allowed users to multitask on their Xbox One. Microsoft’s Mike Ybarra recently announced on Twitter that the company is killing Snap Mode to reduce memory usage, improve multitasking and improve the overall speed of the Xbox dashboard: FollowMike Ybarra ✔@XboxQwik
We replaced Snap to improve multitasking, reduce memory use, improve overall speed, and free up resources going forward for bigger things.