Pirated computer software is currently costing legal resellers and the local computer industry millions of rands a month through lost revenues â€“ and leaving thousands of unsuspecting computer owners up the creek without support.
Microsoft is muscling into the business communications space with the launch this week of Lync, a new piece of communications software that it says will ultimately replace corporate phone systems.
Despite Google’s announcement that they are looking into nearfield communication to “Tap to Pay” with your cellphone, there are still some people who prefer to use standard credit cards. The problem is, credit cards are very insecure.
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.
Microsoftâ€™s back in the mobile market with a bang. The company today launched its much-anticipated Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system in South Africa, hailing it as a â€œfresh start for the smartphoneâ€ and promising a new user experience that will shake up the marketplace.
Soon iPads will become much more useful – iOS 4.2, which is being released this month will include multitasking, folders and a number of new features. Today Apple released the gold master release, which means that iOS 4.2 is just about done.
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 […]
Finally! After being released on iPad a few weeks back, VLC is now available on iPhone as well, using a universal app. For those who do not know – VLC player is the “it can play any video format” open source player that is available on a variety of platforms. […]
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 – […]
The rapid consumerisation of technology is fundamentally changing the way businesses procure and use information technology (IT) ““ and is transforming the entire industry in the process, according to one of Microsoft‘s top executives. Speaking at the opening of Tech-Ed Africa 2010 in Durban, Microsoft‘s chief technology officer (CTO) of […]