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TymeBank’s Flash Partnership: Transforms Cash Withdrawals

TymeBank has partnered with Flash, a South African payment solutions provider, to allow customers to withdraw cash at over 172,000 spaza shops and traders nationwide. This collaboration gives TymeBank the most extensive cash withdrawal network in South Africa as customers...

NetApp launches enterprise-ready EF540 offering

Global flash memory and storage service provider, NetApp, has launched the EF540 all-flash array as an extension of its enterprise flash portfolio, to support extreme performance-driven enterprise applications. The company also unveiled its new FlashRay product architecture that has been...

Flash demise blamed on Apple

It has been known for a while that Flash Player will no longer be supported in mobile devices, and the blame is being squarely laid at Apple’s door. Mike Chambers, a lead product manager for Flash, said that Apple's refusal...

AxizWorkgroup to host Adobe Creative Suite 5.5

Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 is now available in South Africa, local Adobe distributor, AxizWorkgroup, has announced. The Creative Suite 5.5 product line enables designers and developers to target popular and emerging smartphone and tablet platforms. The mobile communications revolution has...

Will Adobe re-invent itself in time?

Apple's iPad raises an underlying problematic technology issue, specifically pertaining to Adobe Flash, competing with newer versions of HTML, JavaScript and CCS, and its inability to run on multiple devices that include touch functionality. Yet no-one adequately brought this hot...

RIM joins Open Screen Project

At Adobe MAX, Adobe's worldwide developer conference, Adobe Systems Incorporated and Research In Motion (RIM) ) today announced they are working together to bring Adobe® Flash® Player support to the BlackBerry® platform. RIM is joining the Open Screen Project,...
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Top 5 Gadgets that were highly Expected in 2024

The following are 2024 top 5 gadgets that are/ were highly expected according to Menstuff. 1. LG’s see-through Signature OLED...
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