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YouTube now provides access to videos both on and offline in SA.

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Private sector stakeholders have called on deputy minister Hlengiwe Mkhize's department to be at the centre of SA's digital revolution.
Private sector stakeholders have called on deputy minister Hlengiwe Mkhize's department to be at the centre of SA's digital revolution.
DTPS must shape up, speed up

Parliament takes the telecoms department to task for its many acting DG positions, and the private sector blasts it for slow policy-making.

NetApp, Tarsus team up

NetApp SA country manager Gary de Menezes says Tarsus' holistic offering is a perfect partner for NetApp.

Storage solutions vendor NetApp has appointed Tarsus Technology Group as a value-added distributor for SADC.

PE tech start-ups shine

Taahira Tiry's accounting technology company, Fintac, is one of the start-ups under the wing of SNII centre manager Sipelo Lupondwana and his team.

The Seda Nelson Mandela Bay ICT Incubator plans to play the lead role in transforming Nelson Mandela Bay into a smart city.

HTC One A9 arrives in SA next week

A limited number of the HTC One A9 smartphones will be available in carbon grey from select MTN stores.

The smartphone will be available from select MTN stores in December.

XDSL appoints new head of commercial

Marius Olivier joins XDSL as head of commercial.

The Internet service provider appoints ex-Telkom senior manager Marius Olivier as head of commercial as it increases enterprise focus.

Cell C LTE comes to Western Cape

Cell C CEO Jose Dos Santos says Western Cape customers will recieve LTE service 1 December.

Cell C will expand its LTE service to customers in the Western Cape next month.

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Huawei offers green energy solution

African telecoms operators will benefit from using green solutions to bring down energy costs, says Huawei.

Xiaomi smartphones on sale tomorrow

The launch of the Chinese smartphone brand in SA will take place online tomorrow, with limited stock of the flagship Mi 4 available.

Nigerian president to rule on MTN fine

Muhammadu Buhari will reportedly have the final say on MTN's pending $5.2 billion fine in Africa's biggest economy.

Wearable tech to decode sign language

The device has sensors that record the motion of hand gestures and the electromyography produced by wrist muscles.

Facebook expands paternal leave worldwide

The social network extends its paternity leave policy to all employees, allowing dads to take up to four months off.

Facebook users warned about online quiz

A viral Facebook quiz raises security concerns, as the terms and conditions state the resultant personal information can be stored and sold.

Compression tech future for African data users

Connecting the millions of Africans that are yet to come online will require tools that are light on Internet usage, says Opera Software.

M-Net blames 'misunderstanding' in racism furore

Trade union Solidarity accuses pay-TV channel M-Net of discriminating unfairly against white people.



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