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Altron to sell Powertech’s PTSI for R140m

  Struggling technology firm Allied Electronics Corporation (Altron) announced on Monday plans to sell Powertech’s systems engineering business PTSI to Capitalworks for R140 million. By Staff Writer The...

Altron to sell Powertech Transformers

Struggling technology firm Allied Electronics Corporation (Altron) announced on Wednesday plans to sell Powertech Transformers through a sale of shares in the next 12...

Innovation can be found in the Cloud

  One of the main benefits of cloud computing is agility. For a start-up or SME, being able to adapt to uncertain market conditions or...

Future of traditional TV looks bleak

The future for broadcasters might look bleak, but there are also some likely winners. Streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime or Apple TV...

Just Where Exactly Is My Data Going?

With the days of unlimited data becoming a thing of the past, there has been a growing trend in customers using up mobile data much quicker than they were doing previously. Is this because user habits didn’t factor in just how data hungry our habits were or is there something else at play?

Adult Video Market: A Dying Industry?

  By Lauren Foye The adult industry has been under scrutiny in the past few years, not just for the morality of the service it provides,...

MTN slashes MTN FrontRow prices

  By Gugu Lourie TURN YOUR SIM INTO A CINEMA - "We’ve got fantastic news: all MTN FrontRow subscribers will now pay only R119 a month, making...

OLX reaches 240m active users

By Gugu Lourie Naspers announced on Monday that OLX - the world’s leading classifieds platform focused on emerging markets, both mobile and online – has...

SA should tax digital giants – PwC

Adam Wakefield Johannesburg - International companies that supplied content to South Africa via online streaming or subscription services should pay their fair share of tax,...

Is this the end of the road for Altech Node?

Altech Node, which was seen by many commentators as 'South Africa's Netflix', is finding it tough to compete against pay-TV operator MultiChoice and other...

The video-on-demand space is slowly maturing in SA

By Gugu Lourie Even though South African subscription-based video-on-demand (SVoD) services have failed to attract the expected millions of subscribers, the technology is developing at...

Can Samsung usher in a new era for TV viewing in SA?

by Gugu Lourie TURKEY, Antalya: A combination of increased demand for smart television sets and inadequate broadband bandwidth speed has opened up opportunities for content...