Microsoft has launched its Office for Mac 2011 desktop suite in South Africa, with a strong focus on collaboration and social networking tools that it says will allow users to work with colleagues and friends anywhere, anytime, and across platforms. After more than two years of hard work, Mac users […]
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.
Free WiFi for Tech-Ed Africa? Youâ€™d better believe it, thanks to an agreement between Microsoft and MTN Business that will effectively see a 50Mbps international pipe being bolted onto the side of Durbanâ€™s ICC.
Simon Pegg, John Cleese, and Academy Award winner Sir Ben Kingsley headline this Octoberâ€™s revolutionary action-adventure experience in Fable 3.
Starting today, millions of gamers around the world will embark on a mission of courage, sacrifice and valour in â€œHalo: Reach,â€ the prequel to the iconic â€œHaloâ€ trilogy.
Tech-Ed Africa 2010 is Microsoftâ€™s premier event for IT professionals and developers, and runs from 17-20 October at Durbanâ€™s International Conference Centre (ICC).
Distimo just released their latest report for August, which details sales of all the current mobile application stores.
Thanks to Distimo, we can look at what is the most popular apps in the various appstores of the different platforms – the report covers the Apple App Store for iPad and iPhone (with specific focus on in-app purchases), as well as BlackBerry App World (Worldwide), Google Android Market, Nokia Ovi Store, Palm App Catalog and Windows Marketplace for Mobile for June 2010 in the United States.
As one of the premier training oppurtunities for just about anyone who works with Microsoft’s suite of products, technologies, solutions and services. If you are a technology professinal involved with building, deploying or maintaining IT solutions, Tech-Ed Africa is a very valuable conference that will give you many insights into dealing with challenges.
They have become a filter for our world. Millions of little programs. Here is the current state of all things apps on the mobile.