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Galaxy Fold is fixed, tested, ready for re-launch

Samsung’s first luxury foldable phone is set to be re-introduced in September, after its April launch was delayed, due to reliability issues.

4:40

5G to create infinite opportunities, but clarity needed

While 5G is set to boom globally, more clarity is needed on its technical rollout requirements, to achieve its envisioned value.

6:00

Foldable phones to lead flexible screen frontier

The foldable device trend will intensify as tech firms bend over backwards to release tablets, laptops and TVs in the new, flexible form factor.

1:50
Mar 2, 2018

MWC: Alcatel's new 1X will soon be in SA

TCL Communication will only bring one of its devices launched at Mobile World Congress to South Africa.

2:30
Jan 19, 2018

TCL brings family smart watch to SA

The Chinese manufacturer's MoveTime Family Watch MT30 helps parents communicate with and track their children.

2:20
Jul 5, 2016

Wearables are coming for your children

A Kickstarter campaign raises over $500?000 for a wearable device aimed at children, a new target audience for smartwatches.

3:00
Jun 3, 2016

Alcatel targets millennials

The newly re-branded Alcatel makes a play for SA's young adults by offering affordable, mid-range "stand-out" smartphones.

10:40

IoT a heaven for hackers

Security can no longer be considered a choice. ?

1:00
Dec 8, 2015

Alcatel launches unfussy feature phone

The simple, low-cost Alcatel OneTouch 2004C is aimed at senior citizens and available from Vodacom.

2:10
Sep 5, 2014

Alcatel One Touch ramps up image

The emerging market cellphone maker signs up Swedish artist Avicii to promote two of its multimedia-focused smartphone ranges.

2:20
Jul 1, 2014

Alcatel One Touch unveils Idol Alpha

The company says the 4.7-inch Android smartphone is a "gamechanger" and hopes the device will put it back on the South African map.?

21:30
Dec 20, 2013

2013 meets 2014

ITWeb picks the brains of industry professionals on what stood out for them this year - and what they see making headlines in 2014.