Black subscribers will now be able to choose which content they prefer, and pay a monthly rate according to their personal taste in TV.
Data remains a hot topic in South Africa. Pressure from consumers and the #datamustfall movement recently prompted regulator Icasa to abolish data expiry, which will mean that once you buy data its yours to use. No non-sensical expiring, vanishing or other skullduggery. But, if you’re planning on changing service providers or getting a new contract, a bit of research is key to getting the be...[Read More]
You’ve heard of black (the lower-case letter is intentional) and here’s its faithful companion, the blackBOX. black, the Cell C-backed streaming service, also has its own hardware – you know, in case you’re like most of South Africa and don’t quite have a properly smart TV. The blackBOX is a multimedia box that gives regular old TVs a set of smarts but it’s goin...[Read More]
Mobile operator Cell C has announced a video streaming service called Black that will go live in South Africa on 14 November. In addition to on-demand video content, the platform will include live TV streaming and additional services like the ability to bet on sporting events via the company’s affiliation with online betting service ClickaBet, and the option to make hotel reservations. Cell ...[Read More]
Boeing has made a smartphone of their very own, intended for distribution to United States government departments in the security and defence areas, and the company has developed the Black – as it is known – with “security and modularity in mind.” Not a whole lot is known about the Black, except that it is based on Android, features dual SIM support and has WiFi, Bluetooth ...[Read More]