Saturday, July 20, 2024
No menu items!

World Cup

SAP, German Football Association use Big Data to Improve Player Performance at the 2014 World Cup

SAP and the German Football Association (DFB) have reemphasised their mutual commitment to taking football to the next level by showcasing the SAP® Match Insights solution for football, the result of a co-innovation project between SAP and DFB. This solution...

First ever overnight TV ratings comes to Africa

GeoPoll, a real-time mobile survey platform, today launched its Audience Measurement Service, which offers the first ever daily TV ratings in several African markets. The launch of this service comes just in time for the FIFA World Cup, when...

MTN rated Africa’s most valuable brand

MTN moved up 12 places to 188th position in the world’s most valuable brand rankings and maintained its position as Africa’s only company in the Brand Finance Global 500 grading. The improvement indicates MTN’s growing prominence and continued presence in the...

Telkom remains at core of IS network capabilities

The relationship between Internet Solutions (IS), a South African Internet Service Provider and Telkom, SA's fixed line operator, was recently bolstered when IS substantially increased its capacity on the South Atlantic 3/West African Submarine Cable (SAT-3/WASC) that is operated...

World cup communications declared a success

Communicating anywhere, anytime on any device during the World Cup in South Africa has been declared a 100% success and leading technology and services provider, Ericsson, has been recognised as key to making this happen. During the period of...

World Cup 2010 spam sees nine fold increase on Germany 2006

Vuvuvzelas weren’t the only annoyance during this World Cup. Symantec’s July State of Spam and Phishing report reveals that the volume of messages with World Cup keywords in the subject line is more than nine times higher during this...

Algerian World Cup fans stay connected in South Africa

Pan African telecom company, Gateway Communications has announced a partnership with Qatar Telecom (Qtel) that will ensure highest quality roaming and international voice for Algerian fans travelling to South Africa for the 2010 World Cup. The Qtel Group has a...

World Cup Lottery scam makes the rounds

A new 2010 World Cup Lottery scam that purports to have been sent by the promotions manager of the South Africa World Cup Lottery 2010 is making the rounds. Recipients are informed in an attachment that their e-mail addresses...

Intelsat providing global transmission services of the World Cup

Intelsat S.A., a leading provider of fixed satellite services, will be providing global transmission services of the World Cup in South Africa. Intelsat will use its terrestrial platform, IntelsatONESM, to complement the distribution capabilities of its fleet. Nine Intelsat satellites...

New BlackBerry app provides tourist information and World Cup news

MTN has announced the availability of “Find and Follow SA” for BlackBerry smartphones, a new application that lets MTN BlackBerry subscribers find local information and stay in touch with the latest football news and events across South Africa. This local...
- Advertisement -spot_img

Latest News

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...
- Advertisement -spot_img