Microsoft has moved to counter criticism about the uptake of Windows Vista by announcing that it has now shipped 60m copies of the operating system.
Many local companies are grappling with the security conundrums associated with staff using Web 2.0 applications. Local Gartner analyst, Les Stevens, believes that these challenges need to be addressed urgently.
New rules aimed at slashing the price of mobile phone calls made abroad in the European Union come into effect this week, with EU regulators promising Monday to name and shame non-compliant companies.
Cell C said that it is pleased with the Competition Commissionâ€™s decision to submit its findings of price discrimination against MTN to the Competition Tribunal for adjudication.
Neotel has set a new timeline for the launch of its residential high-speed Internet services.
A recent Vodacom-iBurst Advertising complaint questioned statements made on Vodacomâ€™s website which claimed that a user can download 2 000 MP3s on a 1 GB package.
AMD says that it has collaborated with integrated circuit companies to develop the Socket G3 Memory Extender technology
Computer security wizards are gathering to share insights about threats ranging from cyber warfare to hacking Apple iPhones or MySpace website profile pages.
Alleged “sex blogger” Juan Uys appeared briefly in the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court on Monday on charges of theft and crimen injuria.
The latest â€œHSDPA Devicesâ€ survey by GSA, the Global mobile Suppliers Association, confirms a huge rise in the number of user devices now available for the rapidly expanding mobile broadband services market enabled by HSPA (High Speed Packet Access).