In the podcast this week, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg chat about the “settlement” between Vodacom and Nkosana Makate, the operator’s former employee who claims to have invented the “please call me” service.
Many of us are likely to find a smartwatch or fitness wearable under the Christmas tree this year, most of them claiming to help improve our health and well-being in some way.
First National Bank clients who own certain Garmin and Fitbit smartwatches can now use them to “tap to pay” at retail outlets where tap-based payments are supported.
The headlines say it all. From “Fitness trackers ‘don’t help weight loss’” through to claims that fitness trackers can “make users fatter” and “That fitness tracker might actually make losing weight harder”. These conclusions by the
In this extra-length edition of TalkCentral, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg chat about South Africa’s spectrum mess. Also this week, they talk about First National Bank’s decision to get into the
MMI Holdings, the JSE-listed parent of Momentum and Metropolitan, has committed hundreds of millions of rand to investing in and nurturing the next-wave of health and financial technology
In the latest episode of TalkCentral, your hosts Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg talk about Microsoft’s blockbuster acquisition of LinkedIn and what it all means. Also this week, they discuss Apple’s Worldwide Developer
Stellenbosch-based digital health start-up LifeQ, which develops advanced technology capable of measuring human body functions, has announced it has signed a significant deal with US technology
Annual product refreshes of smartphones such as Apple’s iPhone or Samsung’s Galaxy S series have become so mildly iterative that it’s hard to get excited about the release of a new model. It’s not like the early days of the smartphone industry
In this edition of TalkCentral, your hosts Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg talk about the new Africa-1 cable system and Vumatel raising more funding. Also this week, they discuss MTN’s ongoing Nigerian headache and