The Netflix Mobile subscription is more affordable but limits you to one stream at a time.
Launched on iOS last year XCOM 2 will finally come to Android.
Visa’s eCommerce developments across Sub Saharan Africa whitepaper showcases just how important mobile devices and platforms are when it comes to ecommerce growth.
Industry analyst Ming Chi Kuo has weighed in on the foldable iPhone, with it expected in 2023 and 20 million being shipped in first year.
At its Global Analyst Summit today, Huawei explained its plan to bring HarmonyOS to more devices in 2021, targeting 100 million devices.
Following a recent town hall, Clubhouse has confirmed some new tools to help creators establish and grow audiences are on the way.
The new design should help Google search results look less cluttered, and hopefully that extends to numerous ads too.
The Snapdragon 870 5G is the successor to last year’s 865 Plus, with a number of second tier OEMs set to utilise the new mobile silicon.
As the messaging platform becomes more popular, Telegram is enforcing its Terms of Service when it comes to calls for violence.
AMD has showcased a slew of new CPUs aimed at gaming and professional notebooks.
The addition of a new Cart tool to WhatsApp will make it easier to engage with and purchase from merchants via the platform.
Mobile cybercrime may be a boon to Africa especially as regards second-hand devices.
The feature was initially tested out in Japan late last year, and now Instagram is rolling out QR code support across the globe.
The new Facebook Pages design was initially tested out by a small batch of users, but is now rolling to a larger pool.
The super app could be used for streaming movies, listening to music, making payments, ecommerce, transferring money and more, according to Vodacom.
Play Plus, the company’s subscription service for ad-free mobile gaming and apps, is heading to nine new countries. Unfortunately SA is not listed.
The new tap on phone functionality is a first on the African continent and a PocketPOS solution for merchants that don’t have terminals.
Telkom reports that fixed voice revenue fell 22 percent and that it’s now hampering the business.