After a month of testing, Taiwanese computer and electronics brand Asus has launched an online store in South Africa.
Promoted | Last year was the year everyone went online, and that included for e-commerce. In South Africa alone, online shopping surged by 40%. But the boom led to some unique challenges for many businesses.
Promoted | ASUS South Africa is giving any parent who buys an ASUS laptop, desktop or all in one from 2 February to 31 March a chance to win their 2021 school fees back, up to the value of R130 000.
Promoted | With lockdowns causing many people – and especially children – to spend more time than ever on their laptop computers, the type of display technology used in these devices has never been more important.
In the podcast this week, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg discuss the new department of communications & digital technologies – is it more of the same, or will it be the “department of action”?
In the podcast this week, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg discuss MTN’s decision to back down, under consumer pressure, over its plan to introduce an opt-out-only out-of-bundle service.
Worldwide PC shipments fell by 1.3% in 2018, and by a sharp 4.3% in the fourth quarter of the year, as the years-long pressure on the market continued unabated.
Shipments of personal computing devices – desktops, notebooks, workstations and tablets – in Africa and the Middle East declined by 5.3% year on year in the first quarter of 2018, according to new research from
Qualcomm is taking another stab at breaking into the market for PC with a range of new devices it says will stay connected and run all day on one battery charge. The world’s largest mobile-phone chip maker showed off laptops from Asustek
PC shipments in Africa and the Middle East fell by 28,7% year on year in the fourth quarter of 2015, the steepest ever recorded in the region for a single quarter, technology research and consulting firm International Data Corp said on Tuesday