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ISPs demand wholesale mobile data

ISPs demand wholesale mobile data

The Internet Service Providers’ Association (Ispa) has called on South Africa’s telecommunications operators to bring down the cost of mobile broadband by introducing wholesale mobile data products that ISPs can resell. “Ispa argues that the absence

‘Hack’ your city, win R5m

‘Hack’ your city, win R5m

Johannesburg residents have been challenged to help solve the city’s problems using technology, and could win a share of R5m in prize money in the process to fund their own start-up businesses if their ideas

Mustek earnings jump by a quarter

Mustek earnings jump by a quarter

Mustek has turned in a 26,3% improvement in headline earnings in the six months ended December 2014 on the back of a 24,6% increase in revenue to R2,5bn, from R2bn previously. Basic headline earnings climbed by 28,5%. Growth came

Cell C, Telkom offer best mobile deals: Tariffic

Cell C, Telkom offer best mobile deals: Tariffic

Cell C and Telkom have emerged as the winners in new research into which of South Africa’s operators offer the best contract plans for four pre-defined and distinct customer types. Tariffic, which

Zambia gets fibre to the home

Zambia gets fibre to the home

Eight thousand homes and businesses in Lusaka, Zambia’s capital city, now have access to a fibre broadband service offering speeds of up to 100Mbit/s. CEC Liquid Telecommunications intends offering uncapped access to the Internet to Zambian

ZATS: Ep 321 – ‘Finite Fs’

ZATS: Ep 321 – ‘Finite Fs’

The ZA Tech Show is back up and running in earnest and this week. Brett Haggard and Steven Ambrose gather in the studio for a discussion about wearable technology and fitness trackers, the new Fitbit Charge, the benefits and drawbacks of tracking and monitoring

ZATS: Ep 320 – ‘We’re baaaack’

ZATS: Ep 320 – ‘We’re baaaack’

After too long off the mic and several false starts, the ZA Tech Show resumes this week. Brett Haggard and Andy Hadfield (who’s now plying his entrepreneurial prowess at Forgood) talk about why there’s been a delay in the show coming out. More importantly, they dive

This is the Samsung Galaxy S6

This is the Samsung Galaxy S6

Samsung, wounded by Apple in the smartphone wars, will begin its fightback this Sunday when it takes the wraps off the latest flagship device in its Galaxy S line-up – and thanks to American mobile operator T-Mobile, we now have a good idea what the

Apple to pump billions into green DCs

Apple to pump billions into green DCs

Apple will spend €1,7bn (about R22,6bn) on two new data centres in Europe that will be powered entirely from renewable energy sources. The data centres – in Ireland and Denmark – will serve Apple customers across Europe, and presumably

SA’s parliament of paranoia

SA’s parliament of paranoia

President Jacob Zuma and national assembly speaker Baleka Mbete knew about the security plan ahead of last week’s infamous state of the nation address (Sona) in parliament. They were briefed about protective measures put in place. These measures saw disguised

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