It’s April Fool’s Day, Paint the Town Red Day and National Cleavage Day, all rolled into one. Somehow we manage to weave all of these into this week’s episode 31 of TechCentral’s business technology podcast, TalkCentral.
In this week’s show your hosts Duncan McLeod and Candice Jones chat about communications minister Roy Padayachie’s plan to create 150m jobs (24m of them in digital terrestrial television) — you’re not misreading these figures — and Sentech’s intention to spend R800m rolling out a new national wireless broadband network.
Then we take look at Microsoft’s big “equity equivalence” empowerment deal, the new Nokia E7, Vodacom’s rebranding and much, much more.
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The Gmail Motion gag mentioned in this week’s podcast:
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