Articles by Rudolph Muller
WHILE VOICE-OVER Internet Protocol services have been legal in South Africa for the past two years, regulatory bungling may apply the brakes on that market.
Consumers often complain about South Africaâ€™s exorbitant ADSL prices, and it is sometimes good to understand why people in the know slate Telkomâ€™s rates.
A new survey confirms 316 mobile network operators in 149 countries have committed to deploying EDGE.
Microsoft has announced that Halo 3 â€“ an exclusive Xbox 360 title – has become the fastest selling pre-ordered video game in history, soaring past the 1 million milestone.
South Africa’s telecommunications sector is only now starting to free itself from its monopolistic shackles, but government – which should be driving liberalisation – is turning out to be one of the greatest hindrances to this process.
While Vodacom has so far invested R2bn into its 3G/HSDPA network, smaller rival, Cell C, looks set to eschew this market, pointing to a trend that will see Vodacom turning into a multi-focused ISP.
AMD has announced the establishment of its local office, which is located in the JSE building at the Exchange Square in Sandton.
Telkom has launched their PrepaidFone Waya-Waya service which lowers the barrier of entry for new fixed lines customers.
Some Members of Parliament (MPs) protested on Wednesday at the Bill to regulate internet gambling.
Nine out of 10 Americans feel that sending text messages from a mobile phone while driving is as dangerous as drinking and driving, but admit to doing it anyway, a poll published on Tuesday showed.