Shipments in South Africa’s smartphone market declined 22.9% in the first quarter of 2020, compared to the quarter ended December 2019, International Data Corp said on Monday.
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Global PC shipments dropped the most since 2013 in the first quarter, after the Covid-19 pandemic ensnared the Chinese supply chain and created production problems for major hardware companies.
In the wake of the significant news this week that Microsoft will open two Azure data centre facilities in South Africa, TechCentral editor Duncan McLeod sat down with Jon Tullett, research manager for IT services for Africa at research
Vodacom Group’s Tanzanian unit has received regulatory approval to extend the deadline of its share sale for three weeks, allowing investors more time to take part in the country’s biggest initial public offering
Growth in the shipment of feature phones is outstripping smartphone shipment growth, according to new research. International Data Corp said on Monday that the continent’s smartphone market totalled 95,3m units in
Chinese smartphone brands Oppo and Huawei are tightening their grip on the world’s largest market, grabbing local share and squeezing out Apple and Samsung Electronics. After including Vivo, Chinese vendors held the top
Feature phones dying? Not in Africa, they aren’t. New research from International Data Corp shows that shipments of feature phones in Africa in the second quarter of 2016 surged by 31,9% year on year, to 29,8m units
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
Korean electronics giant Samsung has the top-selling smartphone and tablet brand in South Africa, according to international researchers. Samsung dominated South African smartphone sales in the last three months of 2015 with a
For the second year in a row, the national budget has provided few details on a project to connect municipalities to broadband technology. Finance minister Pravin Gordhan delivered the 2016 national budget speech in parliament