Wireless
3:10
Thursday

Afrihost’s Air Mobile may induce customer churn, say analysts

Analysts believe if Afrihost sorts out availability issues, its new offering can disrupt the local mobile data market.

2:10
Thursday

Aruba brings WiFi connectivity to small businesses

The wireless networking vendor offers small businesses a new solution that aims to provide cost-effective connectivity to employees and customers.

5:20
7 Jun

Nokia lays groundwork for aggressive 5G push in SA

The company reveals its grand plan to roll out 5G technology in SA and the rest of Africa.

2:50

Cambium Networks launches additions to ePMP 802.11ac Wave 2 fixed wireless broadband solutions

The ePMP 3000L provides micro-pop connectivity and utilises GPS synchronisation for high scalability and spectral efficiency. [Local rep: Duxbury Networking]

2:30

macOS Mojave bug lets attackers bypass security features

Former National Security Agency hacker Patrick Wardle uncovers a vulnerability in macOS Mojave.

3:30

Global wearable device shipments see 55% increase

Ongoing global demand fuels a strong growth trajectory for wearable devices, says IDC.

2:40

Apple expected to close iTunes

Apple’s online music store and audio storage facility, iTunes, is rumoured to be shutting down, with Apple choosing to split the service into separate apps.

3:20

Global smartphone sales decline; Huawei beats slump

Smartphone sales decreased globally in the first quarter, although Chinese manufacturer Huawei achieved the highest year-over-year growth.

6:20

How Telkom’s broadband business has evolved

Telkom’s strategy to move customers from legacy copper-based services to newer technology results in a boom for its mobile broadband business.

5:20
29 May

Huawei challenges US cyber security ‘excuse’ on ban

The company tells the US government that banning it using cyber security as an excuse will do nothing to make networks more secure.

4:20
22 May

Huawei will emerge stronger after Google ban, say analysts

Analysts believe the Google ban and the Trump administration's move to blacklist it will spur the Chinese company to fight harder for business.