BlackBerry may be yesterday's smartphone but at its annual Security Summit in New York, it was looking a lot like tomorrow’s mobile security leader.
The single biggest challenge when travelling internationally is to remain connected. Arthur Goldstuck looks at the most vital of needs: Airport wi-fi.
As fibre-to-the-home rolls out in earnest across suburban South Africa, the army with the most weapons is being left behind on the field of battle.
On most smartphones batteries last little more than half a day. But there's a simple secret to the real battery hog and how to double that life.
SA scored many accolades at this year's Cannes Lions advertising festival, but not a single award for digital work. This was hardly surprising.
Asus was under pressure to deliver at this year's Computex expo in Taiwan, and responded by pushing the edges of transforming notebooks once again.
A focus on education is part of Acer's turnaround as it battles slumping sales in the rest of the PC sector and competition from Apple in schools.
FNB has announced that it has become the first bank to offer its own SIM cards to its customers from June 15.
LG has spent the last two years proving its high-tech credentials as a smartphone technology leader and is now introducing market shares.
The latest figures released by the ITU show that global Internet penetration has increased almost seven-fold in the past 15 years.