Streamed mobile TV usage to increase

A new report from Juniper Research finds that the number of streamed mobile TV users on smartphones will increase to 240 million by 2014. This increase will be driven by a rise in smartphone penetration and a growth in the usage of Internet TV and IPTV services.

Samsung WOW app personalises Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games

Samsung Electronics has launched its mobile app Wireless Olympic Works (WOW) for the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games...

“The Grand Tour’ goes to Johannesburg

The first ever studio recording of the new Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May show, for Amazon Prime, will take place in Johannesburg...

Digital British report published

The UK government has published its Digital Britain report on 16 June. It sets out the importance of the Digital Economy to the nation’s economic future, and how it will drive future industrial capability and competitiveness. The report has generally been well received.

Kirusa launches myGenie free airtime App and AD platform for Android

Kirusa, a global provider of telecom and social media solutions, has launched myGenie, a new free airtime App for prepaid Android users in Nigeria...

Live sports streaming gets interactive on social media

South African video on-demand specialist, Discover Digital, has broken traditional moulds for sports event coverage...

How to make YouTube work for your brand

With over 4.5m South African users, online video content aggregator YouTube has become a valuable social media platform for brands...

Mandela’s history now online

Times Live reports that the online world now has access to previously privileged documents relating to South Africa’s iconic former president, Nelson Mandela ("Madiba’), thanks to a new interactive website (

Mobile platform for African football fans

Mobile network Orange has reaffirmed its commitment to African football through the continued development of services specifically designed for football supporters, in particular the mobile platform Football fan club launched in April this year.

App store solution

HTML5 is accelerating the TV world, bringing TV viewers smart and improved content options across their devices. The HTML5-powered Opera TV Store is a complete app store solution for connected TVs and STBs, offering manufacturers and operators around the world a selection of high-quality and easily navigated web apps.
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