It’s been a hot week both in terms of announcements and the weather. Let’s discuss it in this latest edition of the africast.
The Oppo A72 is the first official device from the Chinese company to land in SA, and it makes quite the impression as a great all-around smartphone.
Ericsson’s first cohort of graduates will attend the program virtually.
Balance, communication and education would do better than a blanket ban according to Kaspersky.
New and returning Avengers players get a load of resources for playing.
The company’s year-on-year growth is down from 2019 this quarter, with COVID-19 cited for impacting the supply chain and production capacity of Huawei.
Developer Modus Studios Brazil confirms no microtransactions in Override 2.
Great, now even the Moon will have better LTE coverage than us.
The number of new daily infections for COVID-19 in South Africa has risen ever so slightly over the past two days.
A vote on Proposition 22 will prove the final testing ground for Uber and Lyft’s battle to keep classifying drivers as contractors.
You’ll soon be able to build your own Sesame Street out of 1 367 pieces.