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What to do with Vodacom’s free 1GB

What to do with Vodacom’s free 1GB

There are a number of ways how you can use 1GB of free data these days — that’s what Vodacom is giving each of its 33m customers in South Africa on Sunday (for one day only). The Internet is full of exciting things to watch, download or even just update. What you

Best smartphones of MWC 2014

Best smartphones of MWC 2014

Mobile World Congress (MWC) was dominated by prominent new smartphones from heavyweights Samsung, Nokia and Sony, with most revealing new and flagship handsets, but some, like Nokia, choosing instead to focus on more affordable devices aimed at emerging markets. Although Taiwan’s HTC did not

Nokia’s Lumia 1520 phablet reviewed

Nokia’s Lumia 1520 phablet reviewed

The Lumia 1520 is Nokia’s first attempt at a phablet, a cross between a smartphone and a tablet. It was announced in October last year at Nokia World in Abu Dhabi, alongside the midrange 1320 phablet. The 1520 has the same signature

Why Nokia turned to Android

Why Nokia turned to Android

At this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Nokia took a game-changing step in the affordable smartphone market with its X series of phones underpinned by the open-source Android operating system. Fitting neatly into the current space

Most anticipated smartphones of 2014

Most anticipated smartphones of 2014

HTC, Sony, Samsung, LG, Apple, Nokia, Huawei. The world’s big smartphone makers are all expected to unveil new flagship devices in 2014, many of them in the next few months. But what can consumers look forward to?

TechCentral’s best-read stories of 2013

TechCentral’s best-read stories of 2013

Another year is behind us, and 2013 was another important one in South Africa’s technology industry. We know what our favourite stories were in 2013, but which articles did you, TechCentral’s readers, click on the most. These are the pieces, in ascending order from 10 to one, that generated the most

The curious case of the Lumia 525

The curious case of the Lumia 525

The Lumia 520, which retails for less than R2 000, has proved to be Nokia’s fastest-selling Windows Phone-based device in markets around the world, including South Africa. Yet the company has decided against introducing its successor, the Lumia 525, in South Africa, raising questions as

Nokia Lumia 1020 is a go

Nokia Lumia 1020 is a go

One of 2013’s most anticipated handsets, Nokia’s Lumia 1020, has been launched in South Africa. At a recommended retail price of R9 999, the Windows Phone-powered 1020 is available at its launch through MTN and Vodacom in black, white and yellow. The Lumia 1020’s 41-megapixel

Tide turning again in mobile

Tide turning again in mobile

A profound and dramatic thing happened in the computer industry last week. And it wasn’t the introduction of the new iPad Air. But it was, not surprisingly, from Apple, which has proved that most important (and brave) of lessons to the rest of the world: cannibalise yourself before someone else does. Though

How Nokia got its groove back

How Nokia got its groove back

There was a time, oh, 10 years ago, when consumers used to salivate at the prospect of a new handset from Nokia. From the 2004’s computer-cum-phone, the 9500 Communicator, to 2007’s multimedia powerhouse, the N95, it used to be that for many people that the only option when it came to upgrading

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