Job seekers warned about online activity

"Your digital footprint tells a lot more than you might think. A few clicks of the mouse and your prospective employers could find out a lot more information about you than you may be comfortable with,' warns Simon Campbell-Young, CEO of Phoenix Distribution...

Imagine Communications opens its microservices technology platform to the Media and Entertainment industry

Imagine Communications, empowering the media and entertainment industry through transformative innovation, is introducing its Open Zenium programme. Through Open Zenium, Imagine Communications is raising the...

“Promoted tweets’

Advertisers will now be able to place "promoted tweets' on micro-blogging website Twitter. The "promoted tweets' will appear when users do searches on Twitter.

Showmax comes to Sony’s PlayStation 4 console

Showmax is now available on Sony’s popular PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro gaming consoles through a dedicated app. TechCentral reports...

Regulation’s role in broadband roll-out

As the broadband revolution unfolds, an International Telecommunications Union (ITU) report released on 11 May - "Trends in Telecommunication Reform’ - shows that large segments of the world’s population are steadily being left behind. Over five billion people have still never experienced even low-speed Internet, or have only experienced it through public or shared access.

YouTube series seeks to change perception of Africa

YouTube documentary series My Africa Is follows innovative young people in various sub-Saharan cities in Africa...

YouTube Live launches

The initial roll out of YouTube Live, which will integrate live streaming capabilities and discovery tools directly into the YouTube platform for the first time, has begun. This service has a new YouTube Live browse page (www.youtube.com/live), where users can find compelling live events happening on YouTube and add events to their calendars.

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.

ICASA finds three mobile operators wanting

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) has conducted a quality of service survey and has found that the three mobile operators have failed to meet the minimum requirements for Call Set Up Success Rate (CSSR) and Dropped Call Rate (DCR).
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