One has to applaud Cell C for the way they are heating up the mobile broadband market â€“ finally some clear competition has arrived after years of very slow price decreases.
Samsung South Africa was nice enough to send their current flagship Android phone, the Galaxy S, our way so that we could spend some quality time with it.
For anybody who purchases a new Mac these days the first question they typically ask is ““ how do I get Office on to this? And the answer has always been pretty disappointing ““ Office for Mac was available, and it was a horribly stunted version compared to the Windows […]
Here at Bandwidth Blog we do love our Apple products, especially our iPhones and iPads. So this week I decided to ask someone not so infatuated with Apple to review the iPad. Albert from ZADroid is not an Apple fanboy, his allegiance lies with Android. I will be honest – […]
Last night Telkom released the initial pricing for their 8ta mobile network, and boy does it look good.
Bandwidth Blog is excited to share the news that Xbox LIVE, the premier online gaming destination, will launch in South Africa on November 10th 2010.
The Social Network started showing on 1 October in the US, and the reviews have been overwhelmingly positive.
Vodacom and MTN made their pricing available on the iPhone 4 for a variety of contracts.
There is one big problem with SLRâ€™s. They are big and heavy, even a relatively compact SLR is still quite a cumbersome camera to carry around. So how about Micro Four Thirds?
Tunes is one of those apps I tend to have a love / hate relationship with.