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Asus Taichi review (11.6-inch)

Since Windows 8's debut last October, PC manufacturers have all followed pretty much the same playbook. Build a laptop with a touchscreen? Check. A docking laptop / tablet hybrid? Check. A strange, hinged device that twists and turns from...

Tablet Mobile Web Traffic Now Eclipses Smartphone Traffic [Charts]

If you are surfing the Web from a mobile device these days, odds are you are doing it not from a smartphone, but from some type of tablet. According to a study done by Adobe, for the first time tablets have...

Vodafone Egypt launches new data packages

Amid ongoing political tension in Egypt and frustration over the recent hikes in Vodafone's recharge tariffs, Vodafone Egypt has announced a new mobile Internet data bundle for USB modems, tablets and Mifi devices. The belief is that the new promotion will...

Intel to stop motherboard production

In what could be a sign of the times, chip maker Intel has announced that they will be slowing down production of motherboards for the traditional PC over the next three years, and will instead, focus all their efforts on...

Mango gives market something technical to chew on

Low cost airline Mango becomes the first African airline to offer a near complete portfolio of products and services through its mobi-site and tablet applications. The functionality, available from 20 September, will make it possible for South Africans to...

New iPad now available in Nigeria

Nigerians will soon be abe to get their hands on Apple’s new iPad, as Core Group Africa, the Value Added Distributor (VAD) for Apple in Nigeria, announced that the device has officially been launched in the African country. The launch...

Why all industries should embrace the iPad

The growth of tablets continues to surpass expectations, throwing the PC industry into disarray. The iPad is so popular that publishers and other content-rich industries are forced to reposition their wares or risk failure. A powerful wave of content ‘applification’...

Q&A: Africa’s INYE tablet bridges digital divide

The Encipher INYE tablet is a 7inch tablet device which runs Google Android 2.1 and allows users to access the Internet, watch movies and listen to music. The INYE tablet is developed by the Encipher Group, based in Lagos, Nigeria....

How to manage workplace mobile devices

For most IT departments it’s an all too familiar story: executives discover the latest gadgets, start using them at home and bring them to work, expecting to access corporate applications, e-mail and data instantly. Then there are employees who...

Can smartphone and tablet features be combined?

There's been substantial growth in smartphone use worldwide. The International Data Corporation (IDC) indicated that 305 million devices were shipped in 2010 and projected that this year's shipments will hit 472 million - a growth rate of 55%. IDC now...
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How is technology revolutionizing payment reconciliation for retailers?

As retailers expand into mid-market and beyond, the manual reconciliation of payments becomes increasingly complex and costly. With hundreds...
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