Smile Telecoms Announces Changes to its Leadership – Tempemail

Image sourced from Daily Post Smile Telecoms has made significant changes to the leadership of its board and management. The Pan-African telecoms Group revealed the retirement of Irene Charnley and Mohammed Wajih Sharbatly, co-founders of Smile, from the board. “Today we say farewell to our Founder and Deputy Chairman, Irene Continue Reading

Hezbollah Hacker Group Targeted Telecoms, Hosting, ISPs Worldwide – Tempemail

A “persistent attacker group” with alleged ties to Hezbollah has retooled its malware arsenal with a new version of a remote access Trojan (RAT) to break into companies worldwide and extract valuable information. In a new report published by the ClearSky research team on Thursday, the Israeli cybersecurity firm said Continue Reading

Telecoms sector has ‘no belief’ UK will meet broadband targets, MPs find | Infrastructure

The telecoms sector has “no genuine belief” the government will be able to meet its broadband targets, a parliamentary inquiry has found, despite those targets having been cut just weeks ago. In its national infrastructure strategy, published in late November, the government announced plans to connect 85% of the country Continue Reading

Part human, part machine: is Apple turning us all into cyborgs? | Technology

At the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, Apple engineers embarked on a rare collaboration with Google. The goal was to build a system that could track individual interactions across an entire population, in an effort to get a head start on isolating potentially infectious carriers of a disease that, as Continue Reading

Need for speed: testing out 5G after months locked down in Melbourne | Technology

The arrival of 5G in Australia will provide much-needed high speeds for areas left lagging behind by the Tempemail Broadband Network, but for most mobile users the day-to-day difference will not be immediately noticeable. The thing about internet access is that you only really notice it when you don’t have Continue Reading

Is South Africa Capable of Managing its own Telecoms Infrastructure? – Tempemail

If South Africa has the local talent and resources to construct, maintain and manage the country’s telecommunications infrastructure, why doesn’t it do so? asks Victor Stephanopoli, chairman at MzansiSat. He says South Africa needs to harness the resources and assets it already has on its shores to boost its telecommunications Continue Reading

20 best apps to get you organised | Technology

During the Covid-19 lockdown, students and homeworkers alike have been discovering how apps from the likes of Zoom, Slack and Google have made collaboration and remote working possible. When it comes to work and personal productivity, every little improvement can make a difference, which is why productivity is one of Continue Reading

Fairphone 3+ review: ethical smartphone gets camera upgrades | Technology

The ethical smartphone maker Fairphone has released two camera upgrades for its Fairphone 3 that are available separately or as a whole new device: the Fairphone 3+. The Fairphone 3+ costs £425 and marks a new approach for the eponymous Dutch company. The new phone is identical to 2019’s Fairphone Continue Reading

‘We are creating change’: the ethical phone maker making business fair | Money

With the pressures on society and the world thrown back into the spotlight by Covid-19, now is the time to readdress where and how we spend our money to do so in a way that is better for all, not only ourselves. That means trying to buy as ethically and Continue Reading