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Vodacom places first VoLTE call

Vodacom places first VoLTE call

Vodacom has placed what it claims is South Africa’s first voice call over a 4G/LTE network. The call took place on Thursday. Chief technology officer Andries Delport says in a statement that this is the first step towards the commercial implementation of voice-over-LTE, or VoLTE, infrastructure

How to secure yourself online

How to secure yourself online

After various celebrities’ accounts on Apple’s iCloud servers were hacked, the company has made a point of addressing these issues. It has made new claims for the security of iOS 8, the firm’s latest phone operating system, and for its cloud services. Similarly, Google announced the

Apple, Google change tack in smartphone war

Apple, Google change tack in smartphone war

Has Google finally decided to take total control of its Android destiny with the release of its Android One operating system? Aimed at “emerging markets”, such as India, Google will operate the smartphone device rather than handing over

Apple Watch vs all other smartwatches

Apple Watch vs all other smartwatches

Apple announced its smartwatch this week. But how does it compare to the smartwatches by Motorola, Samsung and LG? Read more… Little Brother: how technology is transforming advertising Technology is radically changing the advertising business, with profound consequences for both consumers and companies. Read more… Microsoft to drop Nokia, Windows Phone brands Microsoft may be […]

Backspace: ‘Does size matter?’

Backspace: ‘Does size matter?’

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TalkCentral: Ep 111 – ‘Watch out’

TalkCentral: Ep 111 – ‘Watch out’

It’s all Apple in the latest episode of TalkCentral. Your hosts Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg unpack the big keynote, ask whether Apple was right to introduce bigger-screen iPhones, and look at the company’s new Watch

Method in U2’s madness

Method in U2’s madness

On 9 September, U2 released their new album, Songs of Innocence, but not quite in the normal style: they are offering it as a free download to all 500m iTunes users. Lead singer Bono described the release as “kind of mind blowing”. He said: “The most personal album we’ve

Smartwatches: a solution in search of a problem

Smartwatches: a solution in search of a problem

Apple’s September 2014 keynote was highly anticipated and #applelive supplanted #indyref, #Ukraine and #ISIS from the Twitter trending leaderboard. A huge part of the hype surrounding it was Tim Cook’s announcement that Apple would be launching an entirely new gizmo

Fitness trackers: wearer be warned

Fitness trackers: wearer be warned

People interested in tracking their health, physical activity levels and body functions can now choose from a plethora of sensor-embedded digital gadgets to monitor and measure their bodies. But the big question for many users is how their personal health and medical data are used. The Apple Watch

There’s a new Cook in the kitchen

There’s a new Cook in the kitchen

It’s a new era in Cupertino. Apple’s smartwatch, announced yesterday by CEO Tim Cook, represents a marked shift in strategy for a company over which founder and former CEO Steve Jobs still casts a big shadow. Apple’s two new smartphones

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