IS to rain down 4G
Internet Solutions and Rain will offer commercial LTE-Advanced, also known as 4G to local Internet service providers (ISPs).
STK brings fast fuel to SA
British technology accessories brand STK has launched the fast fuel 15k powerbank, which can power a phone six times thanks to the Qualcomm Quick Charge built into the charger.
Sony makes a Premium bet
With every new flagship phone, Sony Mobile reminds the market that it is still a technology force. The XZ Premium is the latest example, writes ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK
Vodacom opens NB-IoT lab
Vodacom has opened a Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT) laboratory at its Vodaworld campus to incubate and commercialise machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) systems using narrowband networking.
FNB app zero rated for free data
FNB has announced that customers who use its banking app will no longer need data to access it via their smartphones from 1 July 2017.
Nokia is back in town
If ever there was an unforgettable name in technology it was Nokia, Now the phone brand is back, and hoping the good memories will restore a proud name. By ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK.
P10 boosts Huawei in SA
Despite smartphone shipments in South Africa during the first quarter, Huawei has managed to improve its sales of its flagship P-series devices.
How to defend your Android
This year has seen some of the biggest hacks in history and all digital devices, if unprotected, become one of the easiest data breach targets for an average hacker. NordVPN offers some of the best Android security apps.
Start-ups challenged to transform the smartphone
Motorola Mobility is giving startups, developers, and creators the opportunity to break the limitations of smartphones and present their ideas at Viva Technology 2017 conference in Paris later this week.
How to master the Play Store
The Google Play store is essential for downloading Android apps. However, without the right settings, it can be less enjoyable. Alcatel offers these tips in order to make the Play Store experience more satisfying.