RIM joins the CTO

Research In Motion (RIM) (NASDAQ: RIMM, TSX: RIM), a global leader in wireless innovation and maker of the BlackBerry® wireless solution, has joined the CTO, the premier Commonwealth agency for Telecommunications and ICTs, as a Sector Member.

ITU ‘m-Powers’ sustainable development

The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has launched two new initiatives aimed at achieving sustainable development by harnessing smart information and communication...

The Zimbabwean launches new online news platform

The Zimbabwean’s new online news platform launches this week. At the same URL (www.thezimbabwean.co.uk) but with a brand new user interface, it will present a new richness of content.

Google TV courtesy of Sony

The long expected emergence of a Google TV platform is reported to be a step closer. Google and Intel have teamed with Sony to develop a web TV service for connected TVs and STBs.

Revamped download manager

Web browsing and downloading on basic phones has been a cumbersome task to date, but the Opera Mini 7.1 browser for J2ME and BlackBerry features a new, revamped download...

€100 000 Funding For Content 360 Winners

The BBC, the National Film Board of Canada, the Korean Broadcasting Commission and Ogilvy Interactive have called for new media content ideas...

All things digital

Studio Briefing reports that Disney expects to earn $1bn during 2008 from its digital businesses, which range from cell phones to video games to movie downloads to websites.

Google starts “living stories’

Search engine and content aggregator Google appears to be addressing the worldwide crisis faced by newspapers and news services caused by "free' news found on the Internet.

Comms Deputy Minister welcomes SEACOM

On 15 October, South Africa’s Deputy Minister of Communications Dina Pule made the following keynote address at a SEACOM function in Johannesburg which demonstrated its newly available broadband service:

The art of browsing

In a first for South Africa, the Opera Desktop web browser has country specific settings and local Speed Dial. Most South Africans are already used to local Speed Dials within...
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