The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) will be asked to explain last year’s blacklisting of political commentators and analysts to an Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) hearing on Wednesday.
Transcend Information has launched the 8GB 40-pin Vertical High Speed IFM (IDE Flash Module), said to be the highest capacity among this type of product worldwide
As the hype regarding Appleâ€™s iPhone subsides some cracks are starting to show. A security vulnerability and disappointing initial uptake numbers are starting to hurt the iPhone maker.
Cell C confirms that it experienced a temporary disruption in service on its network yesterday – and that the network is now fully operational and functioning 100%.
Telkom recently claimed to have of the cheapest broadband offerings in the world, but a closer inspection reveals serious holes in the broadband benchmarking used.
Kenya’s new communications amendment bill to enforce licensing of all electronic communication in the country
Google hit a bump in the road with its latest quarterly report that disappointed on the profit side, but analysts say the fast-growing Internet giant still holds a strong position against key rivals.
Microsoft and Internet search rival Ask.com are bolstering online privacy and calling for a tech industry summit devoted to that goal, they said on Monday.
Remember the gentleman who became so disgruntled with Absa that he let loose poisonous snakes in retaliation for the bankâ€™s lousy customer service?
Vodacom and the union CWU cannot seem to settle their differences and have appointed a mediator to step in and assist.