NEW operator Neotel is promising to shake up SAâ€™s moribund telecoms market by introducing cheap high-speed international bandwidth as a key partner in a privately funded undersea cable.
CELL C has had a torrid time recently, with articles proclaiming it is in financial meltdown.
Apple has released an update for its iTunes jukebox software.
A US judge ruled on Monday that Microsoft doesn’t have to pay Alcatel-Lucent $1.5 billion, overturning a jury verdict that promised to shake up the digital music industry.
Once the preserve of the business elite, wireless e-mail is undergoing a democratisation process, which will bring it to the masses, says Gartner.
Absa is to offer its clients free WAP Cellphone Banking anti-virus software. The software aims to help to protect clients from security attacks when using mobile phones for banking.
Apple has unveiled its latest super duper all-in-one iMac â€“ sleeker, faster and cheaper than before.
South Korea, at the forefront of the drive to develop robots which can do anything from guarding the border to caring for the elderly, is now drawing up a code of ethics for them.
Telkom’s deal with FIFA, concluded earlier this afternoon at SAFA house in Johannesburg, is a value-in-kind sponsorship to the amount of R 255-Million (US 36-Mil).
Telkom will be providing the fixed-line telecommunications backbone for the 2010 World Cup.