Major made-for-Internet movie on YouTube

YouTube saw the premiere of a film called the "first major motion picture made for the Internet’ on Friday.

SK App reaches one million downloads

The Ster-Kinekor App has been available for download across all mobile platforms for just under a year. This past week it recorded its one millionth download, a milestone believed to be a first for an app across all platforms in South Africa...

Call to support ZANEWS

Thiery Cassuto, the producer of the very popular satirical online puppet series, ZANEWS, is calling for support to help fund Season 4. Cassuto, who created ZANEWS with top South African political cartoonist Zapiro, is planning to go the crowdfunding route for the fourth series.

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...

Going over the top

NAGRA, a Kudelski Group company and leading independent provider of content protection and multiscreen television solutions, has announced the launch of a new over-the-top (OTT) solution for Jazztel, Spain’s fastest growing ISP provider.

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.

Nigerian mobile web experience enhanced

Over 40 million MTN subscribers in Nigeria will be able to access faster, easier and more cost-effective mobile web surfing on their handsets thanks to an agreement between MTN Nigeria and mobile browser company, Opera Mini.

Mobile marketing co expands

M&C Saatchi Mobile, an industry leader in mobile marketing, has announced its expansion into the sub-Saharan continent with the launch of South African offices in both Cape...

R1 million on offer in new Cell C reality show Hangman

Hangman - a unique fast-paced online reality show which aims to uncover South Africa’s greatest innovator - has been announced by Cell C...

Mobile view on digital dividend

Wireless technology can help to reduce the high cost of rolling out a broadband network in South Africa but will not reach the high speeds of the costlier alternative, fiber.
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