The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1v (also known as the P7100) is a piece of hardware with an unfortunate story behind it. That little extra “v” means that this Vodafone exclusive differs from the Galaxy Tab 10.1 that will start appearing on South African shelves in the next month or two. Will you be worse off with the 10.1v than the retooled, sleeker 10.1?
Right folks, just when you thought the group buying industry in South Africa had a clear path till the end of 2011, along comes LivingSocial, the second biggest group buying site in the world. I mentioned before in a post that they have their own trademark and have their domain […]
At the end of 2010 Microsoft launched its fresh new Windows Phone 7 smartphone operating system, and the initial reviews were quite positive. These devices were all vetted by Microsoft to ensure that they comply with their rules on things like hardware design, buttons, shape, etc. Problem was, with all this control, the resulting devices were pretty similiar to each other. Sure, you could find some specification differences between them, but there was not any that stood out from the rest. But Samsung waited a while and released a Windows Phone device which not only looks better, but performs better than the other WP7 devices.
Working as a Creative at Etiket provides some opportunities to deploy technology in innovative ways. As part of a campaign that we are running for The Bang Bang Club film, we were given an interview slot with some of the cast and crew from the film and I came up with the idea to livestream our interview questions from my iPhone. Indigenous Film Distribution approved the concept and we conducted a few proof of concept tests.
Russell Perry was the CEO of the internet’s biggest real time people search engine, 123People. Bandwidth Blog takes you inside his tenure as CEO from when he joined as employee number three – taking the company into 13 countries, available in 11 languages, reaching 50 million unique visitors per month and fighting off competition from big US based rivals like Spock.
Many of you have possibly heard of Google Offers, a group buying division of Google, which, along with Facebook Deals, has had very little written about them after their the initial mention a few months back. The reason for this is mainly that Google Offers is still outside South Africa, […]
Now how is this for convenience. A couple of years ago a company called WiTricity showed off their wireless charging technology at TED, which does away with complicated devices large charging bases, cables, etc. Now Apple is apparently exploring its use in upcoming devices.
I can hear the collective scratching of heads across the world as people are pondering whether they should use Google+. Your tech/web friends have all loudly blabbered about it on Facebook or Twitter and now you are wondering what the fuss is all about?
In the wake of the big tech news story this week (Skype powered video chat on Facebook), one has to ask is VOIP still relevant?
When the iPhone 4 came out users were pretty happy about the new 720p HD video recording for the occasional moment you need to record. But over time people became aware that the iPhone does make some pretty great videos, which can easily be used in a more professional environment. So what are your options?