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Google TV now even more accessible to South Africans

South Africans love their TV’s and home entertainment systems. In fact, according to Nielsen the average citizen is watching 165 minutes a day on top of working from home, home schooling and other adulting duties and that’s discounting the...

Zuku Could Soon Be Releasing an Android TV-Ready Decoder

Satellite and fixed internet provider Zuku seems to be looking into releasing a decoder loaded with Android TV in the future, combined with Google Play and YouTube. The service is available in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Malawi & Zambia. https://twitter.com/BeingWesh/status/1276064934338555909?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1276064934338555909&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Ftechweez.com%2F2020%2F06%2F25%2Fzuku-might-release-android-tv-decoder%2F New images...

Top 7 Android apps to supercharge your children’s learning

Smartphones can be a wonderful way to extend learning beyond the classroom and complement teacher-led instruction. They have a number of advantages as learning tools: nearly everyone has one, they’re easy to use, and they’re a gateway to a...

ShowMax is now available on Android TV

With the release of a new version of its Android app, ShowMax has increased the base of supported devices to include media players and smart TVs running Android TV. ShowMax is now available on an even wider range of...
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How is MultiChoice Addressing its Streaming Service Strategy?

Africa's top entertainment firm, MultiChoice, has revealed a shocking R4.1 billion (about $222 million) loss. A sharp decline in...
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