Huawei’s last flagship never made landfall in South Africa, though there was talk that it…
We are well into the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), as evidenced by the digitisation of information and automation of most business functions. However, South Africa runs the risk of lagging behind on this, with one of the reasons being our shortage of skills in the ICT sector.
Over the past decade, South Africa has seen a sharp increase in the number of people earning an income outside of formal employment. This is driven in part by our country’s high unemployment rate, which currently sits at 29.1%, and is also due to the global move towards a mobile workforce.
Light Start – iPhone’s tracking you, more Huawei phones we can’t have, load shedding issues and cop Cybertrucks
Light Start – iPhone’s tracking you, more Huawei’s we can’t have, load shedding issues and cop Cybertrucks
The Trump trade war has had an interesting effect on Huawei’s mobile division. Although it does look like the US government is feeling generous, and Huawei received another 90-day reprieve. The thought of not being able to play nice with Google, has pushed Huawei to make alternative plans.
Looks as though Huawei and the American government are still working things out. Why don’t…
Isn’t it maddening when you’re just trying to do your job and there’s only one roadblock — someone else not doing theirs? That may be how Huawei feels, as the Chinese tech giant still doesn’t have a clear idea what its fate is concerning Android, and licensing of tech from American companies
A watch has always been the finishing touch to any outfit. Be it a classic analogue watch or a trendy digital watch, or even one of those complicated ones with multiple clocks and features, each watch has its own identity. However, the arrival of smartphones and users depending more on their devices led to an era of various everyday products getting smarter. Traditional watches also took part in this technological revolution, leading to the development and popularity of smartwatches.
Huawei’s first folding smartphone, the Mate X, will be launching before the end of November this year. But, before you get too excited, that launch is limited to China at the present. Huawei announced the details at a launch event, giving out the timeline and pricing for the device.