arthur goldstuck

  1. Jan

    Apps to help with Eskom load shedding

    Shedding alerts: Apps to keep you in light about the dark The uptake of various new apps is directly proportional to increased load-shedding and news coverage, but developers are yet to make any money.
  2. Kevin Lancaster

    Internet which is fast enough to use

    Internet which is actually fast enough to use The Federal Communications Commission has changed the definition of broadband in the United States to connection speeds of 25 megabits per second or higher
  3. Kevin Lancaster

    Massive WeChat growth in SA

    Massive WeChat growth in South Africa … but can it hold onto its new users?
  4. QuintonB

    SA tech predictions that came true

    Best tech predictions in South Africa There were many great predictions in history, like the development of atomic bombs and using wireless communication devices. Here are some of South Africa’s best predictions
  5. Kevin Lancaster

    Best smartphone, tablet Apps

    Best smartphone and tablet Apps A few South African technology experts share their favourite Apps for smartphones and tablets
  6. Kevin Lancaster

    Best gadgets of 2014

    Top gadgets of 2014 This year saw many great smarthphone, tablet, and gadget launches. Here are the top ones according to South African tech experts
  7. Kevin Lancaster

    Facebook user numbers for South Africa - the details

    Facebook user numbers for South Africa revealed World Wide Worx and Fuseware have released updated statistics on Facebook’s South African user base
  8. QuintonB

    DoC launches broadband advisory council

    National Broadband Advisory Council launched The Minister of Communications has appointed a council to advise him on implementing South Africa’s broadband policy
  9. QuintonB

    SA to get new, cheaper BlackBerry Z3 smartphone

    Cheaper BlackBerry Z3 coming to South Africa A report from Mobile World Congress suggests that the new BlackBerry Z3 aimed at the Indonesian market will also soon be coming to SA
  10. jes

    2013's tech failures

    2013's tech failures South African analysts and tech company bosses answer the question, “What was the biggest failure in the technology sector during 2013?”
  11. jes

    Biggest South African tech let-downs of 2013

    Biggest South African tech let-downs of 2013 Analysts and SA tech company bosses give their opinion on the biggest failures of the South African technology sector during 2013
  12. jes

    BlackBerry overtakes Samsung in South Africa: research

    BlackBerry overtakes Samsung in South Africa: research New research suggests that BlackBerry usage has overtaken Samsung in South Africa
  13. jes

    South Africa could fall behind Kenya, Nigeria in Cloud use

    South Africa could fall behind Kenya, Nigeria in Cloud use New research suggests that South Africa may fall behind Kenya and Nigeria in Cloud use by companies
  14. jes

    Largest social networks in SA

    Biggest social networks in South Africa World Wide Worx and Fuseware give their latest statistics on social media usage in South Africa
  15. jes

    The price of Internet access in SA

    Cutting to the price of Internet access in SA Internet penetration in South Africa remains sluggish due to the high cost of connectivity
  16. jes

    SA social platform stats: Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn

    SA social media stats: Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn MD of World Wide Worx, Arthur Goldstuck, has taken to social networking platform Twitter to present a snapshot of the social media landscape in South Africa
  17. jes

    iOS vs Android vs Windows tablets in South Africa

    iOS vs Android vs Windows tablets in SA New data from World Wide Worx shows the market share of Android tablet PCs compared to Apple’s iPad in South Africa
  18. QuintonB

    The risks and benefits of online shopping

    Online shopping: risks and benefits Local retailers are beginning to take note of the rate of growth of online shopping
  19. jes

    BlackBerry, Symbian still lead SA smartphone market

    BlackBerry, Symbian still lead SA smartphone market Android and iOS have shown more growth than the established smartphone platforms
  20. QuintonB

    Pule talks spectrum allocation

    Broadband spectrum licensing one step closer to reality “Increasing network capacity, improving coverage, promoting competition, and facilitating BEE” the claimed benefits of spectrum allocation
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