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).
Clearly teens are texting each other at a incredible rate, and Mashable claims that this form of communication has surpassed normal face to face communication with many people.
Its finally happening – Telkom is starting its rollout of upgrading certain 4Mbps lines to 10Mbps, but it will at first focus on metropolitan areas.
You might want to glance at the figures for South Africa – as you can see, we are very much behind the rest of the world once it comes to broadband connectivity.
I dont know whether RIM’s CEO, Mike Lazaridis’ recent statements is brave or foolish.
This morning MyBroadband had an interesting article about the sales of iPhone vs Blackberry in SA. Despite the success of iPhone worldwide, somehow the handset has reached less than 1% of the SA mobile market. While this low figure is probably more to do with the SA mobile demography, I […]
Solutions like iTunes for multimedia proves that people are willing to pay for content, provided its easy to do, and universal in terms of scope. And this is where Cred comes in.
Vodacom just announced that their data prices will effectively drop from the 1st of May.
Vodacom this week confirmed that it has partnered with Nedbank to bring M-PESA, Vodafone‘s mobile money transfer solution, to South Africa. M-PESA‘s key feature is that it allows users to make peer-to-peer payments using their mobile phones, without either party needing to have a bank account. Deposits and withdrawals are […]
Pricing for the new iPhone range from a once-off cash payment of R 5 199 for a 32 GB iPhone 3GS on a iPhone Weekender S package to a fully subsidized handset on the financed iPhone options starting at R 458.00 per month