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SOUTH AFRICA

Hisense declares war on top end TV market with 65" ULED smart TV
Hisense declares war on top end TV market with 65" ULED smart TV

Hisense's new flagship 65" ULED smart television is a declaration of war aimed at the top end TV market. This beautifully crafted and ingeniously designed ULED is the perfection that should be strived for when creating the next generation of televisions...

By Juanita Pienaar 4 Feb 2019

SOUTH AFRICA

Nokia makes a comeback in South Africa with new phones
Nokia makes a comeback in South Africa with new phones

HDM Global has revealed the new Nokia mobile phones that will be available to the South African market...

By Ilse van den Berg 24 Apr 2018

SOUTH AFRICA

Red iPhone 8 arrives, LG G7 ThinQ images leaked
Red iPhone 8 arrives, LG G7 ThinQ images leaked

NEWSWATCH: Friday, 13 April 2018, will see the arrival of Apple's iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in a red finish in select countries; and images of LG's upcoming flagship, the G7 ThinQ, have been leaked...

By Ilse van den Berg 10 Apr 2018

UNITED STATES

Boris Dzhingarov
Buying top quality IT equipment prevents unexpected expenses

Whether your company is large or small, your network is the backbone of your operation. It's how you stay connected to each other, your vendors, and your customers...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 29 Dec 2017

SOUTH AFRICA

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FYI: Google Home Mini works just fine in South Africa

Google hardware is notoriously tough to come by in South Africa, as we've found out over the past couple of years...

By Hadlee Simons 13 Dec 2017

SOUTH AFRICA

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Huawei Mate 10 revealed, packing AI smarts and more

After months of leaks and teases, Huawei has finally peeled the curtain back on the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro. So what should you expect then?

By Hadlee Simons 18 Oct 2017

SOUTH AFRICA

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An ode to Windows Phone: Five of the best WP handsets ever made

One of the bigger news stories this week has been a tacit admission by Microsoft's Joe Belfiore that Windows Phone is essentially dead...

By Hadlee Simons 12 Oct 2017

SOUTH AFRICA

Apple launch roundup: iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, and more
Apple launch roundup: iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, and more

Yesterday, 12 September 2017, saw Apple reveal the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. In addition, it also revealed the Apple Watch Series 3 and the new 4K Apple TV... (video)

By Ilse van den Berg 13 Sep 2017

SOUTH AFRICA

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Nikon Coolpix W300: A cool, “lifeproof” camera

I recently had the chance to play around with a nifty, bright orange Nikon Coolpix W300 digital camera for a week - courtesy of Orms...

By Ilse van den Berg 7 Sep 2017

SOUTH AFRICA

Introducing Lengau: Africa's fastest super computer
Introducing Lengau: Africa's fastest super computer

Yesterday saw the unveiling of a new petascale system by the Centre for High Performance Computing...

By Lauren Hartzenberg 8 Jun 2016

SOUTH AFRICA

UPS vs AVR and why your business needs both
UPS vs AVR and why your business needs both

Given the current and very real power crisis in South Africa, and the fact that it is set to continue for the foreseeable future, a generator coupled with a UPS...

By Marco Da Silva 22 Jul 2015

SOUTH AFRICA

Brand versus price - what to consider when it comes to tablets
Brand versus price - what to consider when it comes to tablets

Mobility and always-on connectivity have become a big part of our everyday lives and as such, tablets are now regarded as essential...

By Bruce Byrne 5 Jun 2015

SOUTH AFRICA

Kalvin Subbadu
Is the future in flash, or is the hard drive here to stay?

With data volumes continuing to increase at an unprecedented rate, capacity has become a critical criterion when it comes to selecting data storage solutions...

By Kalvin Subbadu 15 Feb 2015

SOUTH AFRICA

Video surveillance hard drive enhancements improve reliability, performance
Video surveillance hard drive enhancements improve reliability, performance

In 2014, the total market in Africa for video surveillance equipment is expected to exceed US$200 million (over R2 billion).

By Kalvin Subbadu 5 Jun 2014

SOUTH AFRICA

Bruce Busansky
The future of storage

While storage used to be bought in isolation, it's now seldom sold without servers, software, and other network components.

By Bruce Busansky 20 Feb 2014

SOUTH AFRICA

Mark Chertkow
Before you throw out analogue security cameras in favour of IP, consider this...

With the rise of convergence and the evolution of the data network to incorporate multiple technologies, security and video over IP has become increasingly popular. Thanks to increased bandwidth availability in South Africa, IP security cameras are becoming a more viable option, and do offer many benefits. However there are also downsides to this technology, particularly in light of the fact that local bandwidth remains inconsistent and is still relatively expensive, and video streaming requires large amounts of stable bandwidth to perform to its best ability.

By Mark Chertkow 9 Oct 2012

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