tablets

  1. Jamie McKane

    Eastern Cape under fire for spending R400 million on tablets for matrics

    Eastern Cape under fire for spending R400 million on tablets for matrics The Eastern Cape Education Department will spend over R400 million on leasing tablets for the province's Grade 12 pupils over three years. This was revealed by the department's superintendent-general Themba Kojana during...
  2. Jamie McKane

    Tablet market continues to slide as fewer people buy

    Tablet market continues to slide as fewer people buy The global tablet market has declined year-over-year for the 16th quarter in a row, indicating that consumers are buying fewer tablets. According to research from the International Data Corporation (IDC), the worldwide tablet market declined...
  3. Jamie McKane

    Do you own a tablet?

    Do you have a tablet? What do you use it for?
  4. Kevin Lancaster

    Tablets meant for Gauteng high schools found in India and Pakistan

    Tablets meant for Gauteng high schools found in India and Pakistan Tablets allocated to high schools in Gauteng have been smuggled out of the country and sent to Pakistan and India, the City Press reported.
  5. Kevin Lancaster

    Tablets to make a comeback in 2018

    Tablets to make a comeback in 2018 The IDC has predicted that although the tablet market will decline this year, it will rebound by 2018.
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    M$ Golden Key Disclosed - Secure Boot Busted

    Backdoor gone bad: http://arstechnica.co.uk/security/2016/08/microsoft-secure-boot-firmware-snafu-leaks-golden-key/
  7. Kevin Lancaster

    Tablets sales suffer sharp drop

    Tablets sales suffer sharp drop Tablet sales have declined by 8.8% in the Middle East and Africa as pressure mounts on manufacturers, said an international organisation.
  8. Kevin Lancaster

    2015 matrics, please give our tablets back: Education MEC

    2015 matrics, please give our tablets back: Education MEC The matric class of 2015 owes the Gauteng Department of Education around 16,000 tablets, said the province’s MEC.
  9. Kevin Lancaster

    SA IT professionals’ tablets of choice

    South African IT professionals’ tablets of choice The latest MyBroadband Smartphone and Tablet survey reveals the most popular tablets of the South African IT community.
  10. Kevin Lancaster

    Cheap tablets rule in South Africa

    Cheap tablets rule in South Africa Cheaper priced tablets are driving growth for this segment in South Africa, a report says.
  11. Kevin Lancaster

    Tablets and LED screens already stolen from Gauteng school

    Tablets and LED screens already stolen from Gauteng school The Gauteng education department says although it is disappointed by the theft of e-learning equipment at Phafogang Secondary School in Rockville, the incident will not deter it from delivering quality education to learners.
  12. Kevin Lancaster

    Tablets in SA schools are not a magic cure, says expert

    Tablets in SA schools are not a magic cure, says expert New tablet technology will not automatically result in better education and policy should dictate a robust technology approach in schools, says a local expert.
  13. Kevin Lancaster

    Do mobile devices in the classroom really improve learning outcomes?

    Do mobile devices in the classroom really improve learning outcomes? Mobile devices as teaching tools are becoming a more and more common part of the education experience in classrooms
  14. Kevin Lancaster

    Tablets in schools will boost the economy: Ramaphosa

    Tablets in schools will boost the economy: Ramaphosa A R17-billion project to introduce tablets to government schools in Gauteng will ultimately boost the country’s economy
  15. Kevin Lancaster

    Schools get 4G-connected, paperless classrooms

    Schools get 4G-connected, paperless classrooms Boitumelong Secondary School is the first of seven Gauteng township schools to “bury the chalkboard” and adopt new technology to teach
  16. Kevin Lancaster

    Wireless tablet charging is coming

    Wireless tablet charging is coming The days when you will be able to charge your tablet without cables is coming, thanks to recent upgrades to chips using the Qi standard
  17. Kevin Lancaster

    Britons get less sleep, more time with mobile devices, TV

    More mobile devices and TV, less sleep for Britons Britons now spend more time using smartphones and tablets, watching television, and listening to the radio than they do sleeping
  18. Kevin Lancaster

    Apple, Samsung tablets lose their shine

    Apple and Samsung tablets losing ground Apple and Samsung have lost ground in the tablet computer market as growth cools in the once-hot segment
  19. Kevin Lancaster

    Smartphone data use on the rise

    Massive increase in smartphone data use Vodacom has reported an 18.4% increase in data revenue, driven by more smartphones on the network and more data being used by smartphone owners
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    Winners and a loser in the computing device war

    Winners and a loser in the computing device war Vodacom’s latest active data devices statistics shows a trend which bodes well for tablets and smartphones, but not for laptops
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