Month: November 2014

“Donate to Ebola” Button by Facebook

Facebook ads will be upgrading their initiatives to fight Ebola with the addition of the button which meant to make it less difficult for its users to contribute to nonprofit organizations battling the disease.


The particular social media marketing corporation is also be deploying 100 satellite television connection terminals for boosting web and phone services in affected parts of West Africa, where the illness has killed about 5, 000 people.

Android’s Free Microsoft Office Editing on iOS

Microsoft advertised Thursday it was making its Office software suite accessible for free to clients of competitor mobile operating systems from Apple and Google.


Clients of Apple iPads and different devices and those with Android tablets will have the capacity to utilize the applications to store records without a membership, Microsoft said.

South Africa’s Low-priced Voice Call Endorsements

There were numerous less expensive prepaid calling ads dispatched this year, it’s just because Cell C let it expire.


Prior in 2014 MTN, Vodacom, and Cell C all dispatched advancements offering prepaid endorsers less expensive voice calls, with valuing as low as 50c for every moment on for every second charging.

Wi-Fi Development of South Africa, Mapped

New research from Wi-Fi supplier iPass demonstrates that Wi-Fi by 2018, South Africa will have one Wifi hotspot for every 122 individuals.


New research led for the benefit of universal Wi-Fi supplier iPass demonstrates that by 2018, South Africa will have one Wi-Fi hotspot for each 122 individuals.

South Africa Could Be In a Bad Situation

Energy master Chris Yelland said that Eskom’s lack of power may cause genuine issues in South Africa.


Energy master Chris Yelland cautioned that South Africa could be into a bad situation because of Eskom’s lack of power – with no fleeting answers to alleviate the issue.

High Unemployment Rate in South Africa

South Africa is in a high unemployment state, statistician general Pali Lehohla said on Thursday.


“The story line in South Africa is that we are in a high unemployment state, over a drawn out stretch of time from 2008, and we can do a reversal to 2001,” he said at the arrival of Stats SA’s 2014 second from last quarter work energy overview in Pretoria.

How the New Speed Camera System Works in Cape Town

Cape Town’s new average speed over distance camera system will go live soon – here is the manner by which it lives up to expectations.


Another normal speed over distance camera system will go live in Cape Town in the coming weeks – an intercession which the city said will urge drivers to slow down.