Consumers swayed most by device and price
According to recent stats by Phonefinder.co.za, consumers select their phone contracts based more on the devices themselves than on the contract price.
New 9.7″ iPad now in SA
The new iPad, featuring a brighter 9.7 inch Retina display, is now available at iStores in South Africa. It is available in silver, gold and space gray, with Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi+Cellular.
Let kids meet Neil the Astronaut
Neil is a start-up project about a little explorer/astronaut, who aims to integrate, with the use of technology, learning into children’s daily playing.
Huawei P10 hits SA in May
The recently announced Huawei P10 and P10 Plus smartphones will arrive in South Africa next month. The devices will offer users new software features such as studio-like re-lighting and 3D facial detection technology.
Tips for safe mobile banking
As more consumers embrace the ease of cellphone banking, it is becoming increasingly essential for them to protect their devices. KARTIK MISTRY, Head of Smart Devices at FNB, offers some tips on how to stay safe.
Samsung S8 pushes the edge again
The Galaxy S8 delivers on expectations with a stunning Infinity Display, connected ecosystem of services and an interface built on artificial intelligence.
Bixby brings AI to life
Samsung has announced its AI service – Bixby. The cloud-based AI interface is imbedded in all the phone’s applications and it will soon be seen on all of its devices. CRAIGE FLEISCHER of Samsung South Africa, tells us what we can expect.
DeX takes mobile to desktop
Samsung has announced DeX, a completely new user interface that that allows mobile users to interact with the Android operating system using a keyboard and mouse.
Apple launches new iPad
Apple this week announced its new 9.7-inch iPad, featuring a Retina display and using the recently developed A9 CPU.
Why cyber criminals love your smartphone
Smartphones have become a central part of our lives. But, while they aim to heighten convenience, there is a real feeling that smartphones are becoming a bigger target for cybercriminals, says CAREY VAN VLAANDEREN, ESET South Africa CEO.