According to 148Apps.com, Apple has “unofficially” reached 500 000 apps in it’s App Store. The catalogue of apps have grown at a tremendous rate – in Jan this year it was still on 350,000, so clearly Apple has had its hands full approving all these apps.
I’ve attended a number of tech conferences in South Africa and at every one of them one of two topics seem to raise it’s head, and frankly I think we need to ban the types of people pushing these topics […]
For a while now, all signs pointed to Google gearing up to finally give us South Africans access to paid applications in the Android Market. Then, on the 11th of May, sometime during day two of Google I/O 2011, it was nonchalantly announced that an additional 99 countries would be getting access to paid applications in the Android Market.
The Nokia E7 is a strange device – its feature rich and beautiful, yet its software makes a person wonder whether it is worth the investment.
Microsoft is apparently offering $7 billion dollars for the VoIP service – which sounds like silly money. In fact, this might be the biggest acquisition that Microsoft has ever done. However the details lie in the partnerships this can enable for Microsoft.
Millions of people spend all their time perpetuating a poisonous myth to young entrepreneurs… one which if believed will likely lead to you ending up living with your mom at age 40. I’m sure you’ve seen the stories: “A high school kid builds an app in his bedroom one day and after just a […]
For years we have been warned to be careful of what we installed or even what we clicked on Facebook, but as malware on the social network runs rampant don’t you think that it’s time we demand Facebook to pay attention? The malware issue on Facebook is a much bigger […]
Yesterday we broke the news that 102 million Sony users around the world have had their credit card details, personal information and more compromised in what is being called the biggest hack in history. Today banks around the world have started taking proactive action to prevent any credit card fraud […]
OK, so Apple released its new version of the iMac yesterday, finally heading to quad core processors accross the range and much better graphics cards as well. Here are the prices.
On April 17th 2011, Sony fell victim to the largest data security breach in history. The PlayStation Network’s 77 million customers had their credit card information, passwords, location details and personal details exposed and the network has been down ever since.