March 2, 2017
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Text with Google Android Messages Service

Google is expanding the reach of its cutting edge text messaging application. Whenever you get a text on an Android gadget saying your prescription is ready, you may see a common calligraphic “W” in the icon bubble of the sender.

Text with Google Android Messages Service

Google has reported another stage to give organisations an overhauled contrasting option to conventional SMS messaging, permitting them to brand instant messages, cautions and different interchanges, notwithstanding giving them access to highlights not accessible through SMS, for example, gather messaging, high-determination photographs and read receipts. (This is like Apple’s inherent iMessage, or applications like Line and Facebook Messenger, which likewise have particular elements for organisations.)

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March 1, 2017
by Bernadette Magcawas
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South Africa’s Most Popular Brands

This year’s product of the year awards, the world’s biggest consumer-voted awards program, have announced South Africa’s favourite brands over 26 diverse categories.

South Africa's Most Popular Brands

The study was directed by worldwide data and estimation organisation Nielsen, which tries to reward item advancement in view of the supports of more than 5,000 buyer family units.

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February 27, 2017
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Super-fast Internet in the Future

The web has been brought to homes by means of a dial-up connection that topped out at 14.4 Kbps. The enough speed to download what might as well be called one mp3 tune to a solitary gadget in barely 60 minutes.

Super-fast Internet in the Future

Today, practically every home has admittance to internet speeds well more than 100 Mbps. No more to download many mp3 tunes, stream various 4k motion pictures, surf the web, and talk with companions on various gadgets in the meantime. Plainly, America has achieved the advanced age.

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February 24, 2017
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Today in Digital Marketing with Music Streaming

In today’s aggressive world, brands are taking advantage of better approaches for turning out to be more available and pertinent to their purchasers. Obscure Public Relations says some are swinging to music spilling systems to separate themselves from their opposition.

Today in Digital Marketing with Music Streaming

Brands understand that the way we tune in to and procure music is continually evolving. This can turn out to be another instrument in their weapons store to acquire clients.

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February 23, 2017
by Bernadette Magcawas
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South Africa’s Fastest Growing Traffic Groups

The most recent traffic insights from top ISPs uncover that the quickest developing traffic groups are streaming video groups particularly YouTube, gaming, and voice-over-IP (VoIP).

South Africa's Fastest Growing Traffic Groups

Cybersmart CTO Laurie Fialkov said spilling media has encountered solid development since the dispatch of Netflix and ShowMax in South Africa.

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February 22, 2017
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Rise in Rentals with Airbnb’s Success

A lack of Cape Town investment properties has led proprietors to increase rentals by two-digit rates.

Rise in Rentals with Airbnb's Success

The explanation behind the lack is that more financial specialists are leasing their properties in the City Bowl and the encompassing region for shorter stays, utilising the online accommodation stage Airbnb.

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February 17, 2017
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Internet Explorer is Still Alive though Google Chrome Stands at the Top Spot

The most recent figures from NetMarketShare demonstrate that Google Chrome is the number one browser. While Chrome is on control, Internet Explorer 9.0 and 8.0 are still in the top list.

Internet Explorer is Still Alive though Google Chrome Stands at the Top Spot

Internet Explorer 11.0 came in second, with 10.46%. Microsoft’s most updated browser, the Edge stands at 4.52%.

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