Locally relevant apps

In its pursuit to add locally focused, added value to customers’ lives, Samsung Electronics South Africa has launched nine new apps. They cover a variety of topics for a host of different consumer needs - anything from sports lovers, to travel and wildlife enthusiasts and family members.

Towards an open market for digital content distribution

On 4 December in Hollywood, the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE) announced it had reached key milestones toward establishing the first open market for digital content distribution.

Tablet vs PC?

Francois van Wijk, HP PSG business unit manager at DCC, has written the following opinion piece about whether tables are just another gadget or whether they signal the end of the PC...

All-new Drifta USB

South Africa’s sole mobile TV service, DStv Mobile, has introduced an upgrade to its Drifta USB, launched last year. Like its predecessor, the new Drifta functions as a portable decoder and allows users to connect to DVB-H broadcast mobile TV and access DStv Mobile content live on their computers.

Sony Internet TV to launch July

Sony will start shipping its Bravia Internet Video Link in July. The Web to TV device will stream video over a broadband connection to compatible Sony Bravia HDTVs.

Sky and Cisco launch streaming OTT platform

A streaming OTT TV service named OnPrime TV and operated by Sky UK Ltd and Cisco Systems Inc was launched at the beginning of December 2016...

African Blogger Awards call for entries

The African Blogger Awards, which recognises the most successful online influencers in Africa, is calling for entries...

Mobile revenues to exceed US$1 trillion

The world's mobile operator community, composed of more than 900 operators globally, generated US$965 billion in annualized service revenues in 2010

Live streaming production software

Telestream has announced powerful new features for its Wirecast 4.2 live streaming production software, including a new virtual camera output feature that allows Wirecast for...

Wi-Fi in the skies

For South African low cost airline Mango the first week of August signals the final stretch of the G-Connect In-Flight Wi-Fi beta period. Five out of the airline's six aircraft are now...
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