Well, that didn’t take long. Newly appointed (tele)communications minister, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, has a full-blown crisis on her hands at the SABC – and it’s of her own making.
Vodacom and the Economic Freedom Fighters have issued a terse joint statement after alleged supporters of the radical-left political party were involved in trashing various cellular stores around the country.
Apple is experimenting with iPhone marketing strategies it rarely uses – such as discount promotions via generous device buyback terms – to help goose sales of its flagship product.
Chinese firm Xiaomi has overtaken Apple to become the largest wearables manufacturer in the world, according to new figures.
About 100 million users of question-and-answer website Quora may have had their personal information compromised following a data breach, the company said.
Naspers published interim results on Friday for the six months ended 30 September 2018. TechCentral editor Duncan McLeod spoke to group CEO Bob van Dijk on various aspects of the JSE-listed media and technology giant’s latest financial report.
MultiChoice’s streaming video platform, DStv Now, is now available on Microsoft’s Xbox gaming consoles, the broadcaster said on Monday.
The head of Britain’s MI6, Alex Younger, says there is a need for “fourth-generation espionage” as adversaries take advantage of “blurred lines” between the cyber and physical worlds.
Apple plans to hold off until at least 2020 before offering an iPhone that can connect to the next generation of high-speed phone services coming next year, according to people familiar with its plans.
The iPhone XR has been positioned as the “iPhone of the people” — the device that offers all the key trimmings of today’s best phones but at a more affordable price. But the XR is an interesting mix of contradictions.