Advanced online video platform

Saffron Digital has partnered with The Filter, a global leader in personalisation, to create the industry’s most advanced end to end premium video solution with highly intelligent personalised content...

Political satire hits the Internet

A collection of satirical sketches from the long running American television variety show, Saturday Night Live (SNL), is being compiled for the Internet...

US Congress threatens Internet freedom

Global civic organisation Avaaz reports the US Congress is debating a law that would give it the power to censor the world's Internet - creating a blacklist that could target YouTube, WikiLeaks and even groups like Avaaz.

Talking Mobile

The Mobile TV and Multi-platform content Showcase at MIPTV provided some compelling stats, jargon and innovative thinking. Mark Selby, Vice President, Nokia (UK) started off by differentiating between Mobile TV and Mobile Broadcast TV.

Intelligence, ideas and experience

Since 2010, Rocket Science has been combining solutions and consulting within media rich and specialised IT environments...

Connecting rural communities

The Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) is inviting proposals for the 7th Annual Connecting Rural Communities (CRC) Africa 2012 Forum, to be held at the Miatta Conference Centre in Freetown, Sierra Leone from 20 to 22 June under the aegis of Sierra Leone’s Ministry of Information and Communications and its national regulator, Natcom.

New channels for DStv Mobile

Three new channels will soon be added to DStv Mobile’s broadcast mobile TV offering, according to Multichoice.

Rwandan youth debate ICT sector via YouthConnekt Hangout

Creating mobile application technologies which address socio-economic problems was debated on a live YouTube programme, YouthConnekt Hangout...

West Africa Cable System launched in Cape Town

The ultra high-capacity West Africa Cable System (WACS) linking southern and western Africa to Europe was commercially launched in Cape Town on Friday 11 May. The 17,200km fibre optic submarine cable system will effectively raise South Africa’s current broadband capacity by more than 500 Gigabits per second (Gbps).

Two billion people online by end 2010

ITU's latest statistics published this week in The World in 2010 reveal that the number of Internet users worldwide doubled in the past five years and will surpass the two billion mark in 2010.
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