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  • Vodacom To Introduce Mobile Money Service In South Africa

    Millions of South Africa’s unbanked adults will soon have access to a service that will enable them to safely and securely send and receive money via their cellphones. ...
  • Soweto gets mentorship video lab

    Children affected by HIV/Aids and poverty are connected to mentors from around the world through video technology....
  • ICT low on Gordhan`s radar

    Telecommunications and IT did not even get a mention in Pravin Gordhan`s maiden budget speech....
  • WiMax networks expand in 2010

    Wireless network expansion continues in Africa and the Middle East, despite economic challenges, says the WiMax Forum....
  • MTN, Fifa start mobile petition

    The companies have partnered to promote universal education through a global mobile campaign, 1GOAL....
  • RIM unveils BlackBerry Enterprise Server

    RIM unveils BlackBerry Enterprise Server, Metastorm releases ProVision suite, and D2 Technologies intros mCUE....
  • Googled and star struck

    The latest business biography has left me a little cold about the founders of the world`s most talked about company....
  • Bandwidth revolution continues

    Suppliers are hotting up the market with more price cuts and value added services....
  • Vodafone Introduces World’s Cheapest Cellphone

    Mobile telecommunications company Vodafone has unveiled what it claims to be the world’s cheapest cellphone and announced that it will be released in several developing countries, including South Africa. ...
  • Technology: a dog's world

    Mattel, the folks who brought us Barbie, have come up with a gadget for your pooch that enables Fido to tweet his daily routine, while a company called Pet Acoustics has developed a speaker especially for animal ears. ...
  • Samsung rides the Wave

    Samsung has unveiled its latest handset, Wave, at the Mobile World Congress currently taking place in Barcelona, Spain. ...
  • BlackBerry releasing Enterprise Server Express

    BlackBerry phone owners will now have access to their work e-mails and other calendar functions wherever they are, without having to worry about security issues compromising the backend. ...
  • HP`s Android-powered netbook

    HP`s Android-powered netbook, Lenovo plans new PC line, and AMD Canada awarded R&D grant....
  • Operators unite to rival Apple

    Attempting to compete with Apple`s apps store, 24 telecoms operators partner to build an open platform for mobile apps....
  • Nokia, Intel merge software

    The new platform, MeeGo, will be based on Nokia`s Maemo and Intel`s Moblin software....
  • MS unveils Windows Phone 7

    The Microsoft mobile phone operating software includes a range of music, gaming and networking features....
  • Adobe signs up for LiMo

    Acknowledging Linux`s growing role in cellphones, Adobe and three other firms join Linux group LiMo....
  • Digital TV in limbo

    The regulator publishes the final DTT regulations, but pushes out the switchover date indefinitely....
  • Hacking kingpin jailed

    Hacking kingpin jailed, Verizon 4G service on track, Street Fighter arrives on the iPhone, and global warming just a myth?...
  • A feast of mobile technology

    Trends, mobile Internet, new mobile platforms and Google`s big mobile plans were unveiled and discussed yesterday at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona....

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