Mobile & Connectivity
Surfing game for summer PDF Print E-mail

Those who have always fantasised about unleashing their inner Jordy Smith and conquering the world’s biggest waves will now have the chance to do so – even if they can’t actually manage to stay upright on a real surfboard.

 
The Grid Expands PDF Print E-mail

The Grid logo The Grid, South African cellular operator Vodacom’s mobile social network, is branching out into the rest of the world.

The location-based service, which allows users to chat and share notes about their locations, uses cellphone mast triangulation to detect where users are. Two years after launching in South Africa, and after successfully expanding into Nigeria and Tanzania in 2009, Vodacom’s cellular social network is now ready to take on the rest of the world.

 
Nokia closes Ovi Files service PDF Print E-mail

The company asks users to uninstall Ovi Files Connector from computers as it will discontinue the service from 1 October.

 
SA rolls out M-Pesa PDF Print E-mail

The Kenyan mobile banking system is now available in SA via Vodacom and Nedbank.

 
Break Internet bandwidth limits with Peplink products from Nology PDF Print E-mail

The company will distribute Peplink's range of professional multi-wide area network routers.

 
LG offers $100k to fastest texter PDF Print E-mail

LG is inviting South Africans to enter the LG Mobile World Cup 2010, and is offering more than R80,000 in prizes, in the local leg.

 
MTN to offer iPhone 4 PDF Print E-mail

For the first time the South African mobile consumer can choose between operators offering Apple`s iPhone.

 
Dell notches up first US smartphone PDF Print E-mail

With the Aero, which runs Google Android, Dell hopes to compete with Apple`s iPhone.

 
OpenWeb offers free calls PDF Print E-mail

The service allows users to make free calls from PC-to-landline within SA and to 66 other countries.

 


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