• If any of our April posts may have passed you by, here is a recap …

  • In the mid 90s, while still in high school, Matthew Tagg founded Web Africa, one …

  • Alan Knott-Craig is likely the most talked about local Internet entrepreneur at the moment. After …

  • Modern smartphones have all switched to touch screens, which has made things difficult for RIM. Blackberry fans are typically quite picky about one thing – the keyboard. While the Torch 9800 did a good job of combining a touch screen with a keyboard, there was always a few fans out there who stubbornly chose the Bold for its keyboard–first design. But the Bold 9900 changes that. You can use the using just the keyboard, or run it primarily using touch (except for text entry). So is this the ultimate Blackberry?

  • Last night, the winners of the 2011 Bookmarks Awards, run by the Digital Media and …

  • One year down the line and Mweb's promise is still true! Users are able to download as much bandwidth as they desire and most of their users get away with it but there is a select few that have been sent emails and been called asking them to either download less or be disconnected for abuse. In my opinion this is a fair practice. ISP’s all over the world who have been offering uncapped packages for years are now restricting their clients to a specific amount of data a month because there is a small percentage of users who abuse the system and download anything they can find to their hearts content. Some users in South Africa are downloading over 500GB+ a month on their uncapped packages and I don’t believe this is necessary. Just because you are paying for uncapped it doesn’t mean you should download 24/7 just because you can. How do you even consume 500GB of data in a month (and how much of that piracy)?

  • I have never quite gotten the hype behind Blackberry. For one - I always believed it to be a device for suits. Nothing wrong with that, but I like my phone to be used wherever I want, and to be fun to use. And Blackberries never seemed to do that. Until now.

  • My, how far we have come. To think about a year ago we were still paying through our noses for even the simplest ADSL data bundles.

  • Its finally happening - Telkom is starting its rollout of upgrading certain 4Mbps lines to 10Mbps, but it will at first focus on metropolitan areas.

  • Quirk Education’s new digital marketing course, Applying Social Media to Business Challenges, kicks off on …