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Has the iPad been cast aside?

iPhone sales are soaring, iPod sales are dwindling, but the biggest revelation of Apple’s 2014 second quarter financial results is the slight, but surprising drop in iPad sales.

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Textbooks vs. Tablets - step into the future

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Earlier this month the basic education department announced in an interim report that only "by 2014 every child should have a core textbook in every subject" and that "a child's access to primary learning materials is vastly dependent on where they live."

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TV apps: keeping viewers glued to screens



In times of users being pulled away to smaller screens, TV providers are trying to keep their medium fresh and exciting. Through social tv, users can experience something they can’t if they were watching the programme online – participation. Joining the conversation has become as important as watching the programme itself.

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Homegrown tablets now available

by Ashleigh Beddow
The announcement of South African home-grown developer Wise Tablets Wise Touch 1’s official release has stirred excitement in the local mobile industry. The low cost tablet was designed with the localised South African market in mind to suite the nation’s consumer, business and educational needs.

After a manufacturing delay prior its release in January this year, the first stock of Wise Touch tablets are available on Wise Tablets website and selected retail stores.

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