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2:10

ZTE, China Mobile empower China's first 5G sporting event

ZTE and the Shanxi Branch of China Mobile will broadcast the 2nd National Youth Games of China with integrated 5G Live TV solutions.

3:30

Upgrade your huddle rooms to business class with Polycom Studio

Polycom Studio's new USB video bar combines best-in-class audio quality with affordable plug-and-play functionality that brings powerful conferencing into any room.

1:30

Single sensor cameras with H.265, VCA and AI

Equipped with encoder technology, the new Dallmeier 5000 series offer improved object classification with camera-based, AI-enhanced video content analysis.

3:10

Recognising students' emotions may improve learning

A University of Johannesburg study explores a model for achieving adaptive teaching and learning using computer vision methods to obtain emotion.

2:50

Spotify reports 232m active users, despite loss

The music streaming giant’s second-quarter earnings results reveal that although it has increased its user base, it is still in loss-making mode.

4:30

MultiChoice to merge digital assets as OTT race intensifies

The pay-TV operator looks to consolidate DStv Now and Showmax, after facing stiff competition from Netflix, Amazon Video, Facebook and iFlix.

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For your viewing pleasure

Learn about the WorkCentre 6515, Phasers 6510 and 3635 users at the Xerox Support YouTube channel.

6:10

Jabra presents real-time intelligent video solution

Jabra PanaCast is a smart panoramic-4K plug-and-play video solution that provides unique value for huddle rooms.

2:40

Manufacturing of outstanding digital TV decoders gets under way

BUA-Microtronix resumes manufacturing of the digital migration set-top boxes, promising to complete the outstanding order within the next three months.

3:20

Tech makes gains in arresting crime in inner city Joburg

The City of Johannesburg’s crime statistics show how technology is helping to stop criminal activity such as robbery, hijacking and theft.

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25 Jul

Google introduces Gallery Go, updates for Africa

The new app is a lightweight alternative to Google Photos, allowing users to manage and edit photos offline.