Things that raised a chuckle
Okay, Apple, you win It may be fashionable to sneer at the fanbois who log on feverishly every time Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs so much as sneezes, and queue overnight to be the first to get their hands on another slick but overpriced and deliberately crippled piece of kit.
Crystal ball gazing
With 2010 around the corner, Brainstorm asked local CIOs what they think next year’s big thing will be, after the Fifa World Cup, of course.
Standardisation doors open for Africa
Developing countries must grow from being users of technologies to being active in setting global standards.
We’d love to know
Sigh! So many questions, so few answers. We dare you to tell it like it could be…
The Idols voting debacle has caused a major rumpus in the Telco sector, with blame flying around like, well, Idols votes.
Eyes right!!! …but are they the right eyes?
Industry’s initial reaction to the appointments of Siphiwe Nyanda and Dina Pule as minister and deputy minister of communications has been deafening by its silence.
The tender tap-dance
A look at the sordid affairs and strangling red tape of one government department.
The minister of communications since 1999, known to many as Poison Ivy, died in office on 6 April 2009.
Credit where it’s due
A local innovator successfully balances the bottom line and industry development.
Interoperability’s no longer a bitch
Old foes collaborate to help companies fight the credit crunch.
Lobolo made easy
Taking a bride could be as easy as browsing a Webpage in this age of personal computing.