Huawei debuts Nova in SA
Huawei South Africa has released its newest smartphone handset brand, the Nova, with a 12-megapixel rear camera, 5.1 inch screen and long lasting battery - all for a price of R6 999.
BlackBerry expands crisis comms
BlackBerry’s BlackBerry Secure service has recently been upgraded to help organisations protect personnel during a crisis without language becoming a barrier when response time is critical.
Selfie opens way to new apps
Smartphone cameras could be poised to transform a number of industries, as ‘selfies’ transition from a frivolous fad to a technological phenomenon, according to a new report from Sony Mobile.
How to upgrade and save on cellphone bills
Recent results have shown that South Africans can save up to 18% on their cellular bills should they change their contracts on their expiry dates.
Huawei P9 passes 10m
Gadget's joint winner for phone of the year, along with its sibling, has reached a major sales milestone.
Super Mario Run on mobile: big for fans
The first Nintendo game on iOS, Super Mario Run, has now made its way to Android. TIANA CLINE sacrifices beach time to give it a ... walkthrough?
Samsung launches global Tizen OS app contest
Samsung has announced a global Tizen App Development Programme to build an ecosystem for the Tizen operating system. Developers have been invited to submit mobile apps for an opportunity to win $10,000.
Enterprise of Things gets BB mobile security
BlackBerry has launched a platform designed for the Enterprise of Things. The platform is designed to be the foundation that drives a company’s move to the cloud, enabling it to address the entire enterprise from endpoint to endpoint.
Aviation broadband ready for take-off
The European Aviation Network has taken to the skies, offering the world’s first integrated satellite and air-to-ground network dedicated to providing a true in-flight broadband experience.
Half-billion 5G by 2022
The latest edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report forecasts that there will be 550 million 5G subscriptions in 2022. North America will lead the way in uptake of 5G subscriptions, where a quarter of all mobile subscriptions are forecast to be for 5G in 2022.