All new Toyota and Lexus vehicles sold in South Africa will be fitted with a device that provides telematics and a Wi-Fi hotspot to which up to 15 users will be able to connect.
Cell C has moved to justify its decision to terminate its wholesale fixed-LTE offering, saying customers of the service made up just 0.5% of its base but were using 20% of its data network capacity.
The trade war between the US and China is about to take its biggest bite out of Huawei yet, after Google confirmed the upcoming Huawei flagship phone won’t have licensed Google apps.
Eskom has rejected proposals by national treasury that it sell some plants to reduce its debt mountain, a lawmaker said.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has said he believes the company should have split into different divisions years ago, as he called for greater competition among big technology firms.
Apple has confirmed the date for its next product launch event, where it is expected to unveil its newest iPhone handsets.
Despite growing competition, Garmin has boosted full-year guidance, with its fitness and outdoor trackers expected to grow a combined 23% this year.
Cell C has issued a formal notice to its wholesale partners, including Internet Solutions, stating that it will terminate wholesale fixed-LTE services, potentially leaving thousands of retail customers in the lurch.
In its policy paper published this week, national treasury devoted considerable space to the telecommunications sector. Though many of the proposals make sense, an anachronism stuck out. By Duncan McLeod.
The SABC is technically insolvent and is struggling to honour payments to service providers and contractual obligations, its chief financial officer has said.