Month: August 2016

Where to Get Your Smart ID Card Applications in South Africa

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has described the eHomeAffairs online entrance so that any South African national more than 16 years of age can apply for another Smart ID Card.


Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has extended the eHomeAffairs online entry so that any South African citizen more than 16 years of age can apply for a Smart ID Card.

Revamping TV App With New Content Categories: YouTube

YouTube declared a few redesigns to its TV application — which is good with Roku, keen TVs, and Chromecast — as the stage keeps on making a play for viewers’ lounges, where CEO Susan Wojcicki said in May that watch-time has multiplied year-over-year.


Beforehand, YouTube had an open API empowering gadget creators to make their own TV applications, however, the organisation began planning its own particular reliable interface in 2013.

End of Mobile Pop-up Ads: Google

Sites with mobile pop-up promotions, keep an eye out. Google is taking action against the “meddling” ads by thumping down those pages in its search results.


Any site that shows a pop-up promotion that covers the site’s main content — whether right when the client gets to that page or while the client is on the page — will be positioned lower in Google’s indexed lists. That applies to pop-ups clients need to release to proceed onto a site and commercials that cover the top portion of the page.

Double the Power of Your Smartphone

MIT spinout is getting ready to popularise a novel rechargeable lithium metal battery that offers twice the energy limit of the lithium ion batteries that power a hefty portion of today’s consumer electronics.


Established in 2012 by MIT graduate and previous postdoc Qichao Hu ’07, SolidEnergy Systems has built up a “without anode” lithium metal battery with a few material advances that make it twice as vitality thick, yet pretty much as protected and durable as the lithium-particle batteries utilized as a part of cell phones, electric autos, wearables, rambles, and different gadgets.

Gold Medal for the 2016 Rio Olympics

The 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is the first ever to be streamed live at the same time as the television broadcast, and the outcomes are stunning. The initial 10 days of the 2016 Olympics have been streamed online more than the last two Olympics consolidated.


As per Nielsen, the initial 10 days of rivalry at the 2016 Olympics created more than 2 billion minutes (33 million hours) of online viewership. Those review numbers are more than the 1.46 billion minutes streamed off the whole 2012 Summer Olympics in London and the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. The current year’s Olympics more than likely surpassed the last two Olympics’ aggregates well before the new, as the current year’s Olympics surpassed one billion minutes of internet gushing following five days.

South Africa’s Software Development Market on redPanda

Cape Town-based redPanda Software intends to be the software development associate and head of preference toward the South African trade business.


redPanda Software is a specialist at last to end development and backing of redid applications went for streamlining business procedures and operations.

Avoid Losing Customers: Power Up your Mobile Customer Service

Travelling abroad, preparing for check out and heading to the airport, however, your credit card simply quit working. What are you going to do?


If ever you are like me, you are quickly writing without your phone, attempting to achieve your bank’s call centre. Whether you are reaching them on Facebook, Twitter, email or live talk, you are on your cell phone, and your bank better react.

The Creator Wants to Take it All Back from Google and Facebook

The man who built up the internet is driving a venture that plans to let you claim your personal data.


The man who built up the internet, Tim Berners-Lee, is driving a task called Solid that intends to let you claim your own information, Digital Trends reported.