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What Is an eSIM and How Does it Work

Embedded SIM cards (eSIM) are increasingly replacing physical SIM cards in smartphones and other devices. But what is a Europe eSIM, for example, and how does one work? This article looks at the basics of the eSIM and at...

LEAKED: Samsung Mistakenly Reveals New Flagship Device

Samsung has allegedly leaked a smartphone, described as the Galaxy S20, in a set of images advertising the phone for purchase. The leak was initially discovered by WinFuture, who found the set of images in one of Samsung’s European...

Smartphone storage nightmare in South Africa

With the all latest developments, features and apps on our smartphones, storage appears to be a real problem for many smartphone users in South Africa. According to research from a countrywide independent consumer SanDisk, 22 percent of users running out...

AG Mobile launches in Nigeria

African mobile technology brand AG Mobile has launched in Nigeria. Recognised as one of the continent’s first ODM (original design manufacturer), it was the first South African brand to release its own mobile device in 2007. This is the ninth...

FNB maps technology trends and adoption

“Technology on its own will not drive service use. Choosing the right technology will influence adoption trends, allowing for a large target market reach,” said Dione Sankar, Chief Operations Officer of FNB Cellphone Banking Solutions, speaking at the Banking...

Cellphone – from a chatter box to a banking service

“Cellphones will change our lives as much or more than television did” -Alan Knott-Craig, Vodacom Managing Director. In the early 90s it hit our shores – one minute we were talking with it, the next we were sending each other...

Kenyan govt launches breaking news SMS service

THE government of Kenya has launched an SMS service through which members of the public will receive breaking news from the government. This was revealed by government spokesman, Dr Alfred Mutua, when he said that the move was in...

Vodacom launches low cost solar powered cellphone

South Africa’s Vodacom has launched the VF 247 low-cost solar powered cellphone. Developed by Vodafone, this device has the unique ability to charge on the go and makes it possible for people to benefit from mobile communications even...

SA cellphone charges: ‘Not as expensive as people think?’

South Africa’s mobile telephony offerings may not be as expensive as the general perception may suggest, and while there is potential scope for further reduction in pricing, the issue does warrant broader consideration. This is one of the key...

Nokia results out next week

The world’s biggest cellphone manufacturer, Nokia, said it will publish its eagerly-awaited fourth quarter and annual results for 2009 next Thursday. “The press release will be available on the Nokia website immediately after publishing,” Nokia said in a brief...
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Why Do AI Projects Fail and How Can You Ensure Success?

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