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Set-top box control stays, says Cwele

Government will still require the inclusion of a control system based on encryption in the set-top boxes South Africans will need to watch…

SA health care gets technology boost

SA health care gets technology boost

Big data will change the way South Africans receive health care and how medical schemes administer it and Metropolitan Health, one of the…

Videogames: the new spectator sport

Videogames: the new spectator sport

As the UK’s largest gaming festival, Insomnia, wrapped up its latest event on 25 August, I watched a short piece of BBC Breakfast…

Digital radio set for SA debut

Digital radio set for SA debut

State-owned broadcasting signal distributor Sentech, in partnership with the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), will begin a digital radio trial in October using…

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Telecommunications and postal services minister Siyabonga Cwele has said his department will publish a final policy on so-called high-demand spectrum within the next six months. The final policy…

Standard Bank has said that after the technical glitches that affected its customers on Monday, most of its platforms are available to customers although the bank’s app is…

Telkom's group chief operating officer, Brian Armstrong, says the telecommunications operator is a changed company, one where customer service is not an afterthought but the top priority. “Telkom…

With the imminent launch of its first commercial fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) offerings, Telkom is planning to shake up the way Internet service providers sell broadband on its fixed-line network…

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Big upgrade to Sat-3 capacity

Telkom sets out home fibre targets

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Start-ups View all

SA’s WumDrop is like Uber for deliveries

WumDrop, a Cape Town start-up, has designs on becoming the Uber of courier services in South Africa, and it has set it sights on the broader African continent,…

Tech start-up tackles SA’s jobs crisis

Tech start-up tackles SA’s jobs crisis

Start-up M4Jam, which launched commercial services this week, is hoping to make a dent in South Africa’s unemployment crisis. The company -- its name is short for “money…

Start-up maps SA’s broadband choices

Start-up maps SA’s broadband choices

South African start-up WhichBroadband will go live on Monday, showcasing consumers’ broadband choices in an effort to take the complexity out of making a buying decision. The concept…

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Nedbank’s geek in chief on the future of banking

Nedbank’s geek in chief on the future of banking

Banking systems have not typically made for riveting conversation outside of business IT circles. Today, however, banks, including those in South Africa, are doing some…

Hoosen rocks Casbah into Microsoft top job

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Samsung UD590 review: UHD heaven

Samsung UD590 review: UHD heaven

The term 4K has become synonymous with with the next generation of high-definition displays. Technically speaking,…

Garmin Dash Cam 20 review

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TalkCentral: Ep 109 – ‘Radio, reinvented’

TalkCentral: Ep 109 – ‘Radio, reinvented’

This episode of TalkCentral coincides with the fifth anniversary of TechCentral. But there's little time for…

TalkCentral: Ep 108 – ‘Inspired by Tom Hanks’

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ZATS: Ep 313 – ‘Sneaky sneaks’

ZATS: Ep 313 – ‘Sneaky sneaks’

Benedict Kelly joins Brett Haggard this week for a deep discussion about what’s right, wrong and…

ZATS: 312 – ‘Show me the (mobile) money’

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Backspace: ‘Coming soon’

Backspace: ‘Coming soon’

View the latest Backspace cartoon from Jerm.…

Backspace: ‘Vuka sizwe’

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