Google Meet will once again enforce 60 minute call limits for free users, with calls featuring three or more people now only an hour long.
The big question you have to ask yourself is whether you trust a little known developer with your data?
With reports of censorship over Pro-Palestinian posts on Facebook, now the company’s app is being trashed on the App Store and Play Store.
As Google and Roku continue to duke it out over digital services on its streaming devices, the PS5 has added support for YouTube TV.
The new version of Your Library will rollout to all mobile Spotify users starting today, offering a streamlined UI and easier navigation.
The new Instagram tool is aimed at celebrities and public figures who receive a lot of online hate, with it set to rollout in coming weeks.
Following a recent town hall, Clubhouse has confirmed some new tools to help creators establish and grow audiences are on the way.
It may have only been launched last week, but Ford South Africa thinks its new Connect platform could be the springboard for more.
After two days on the Eastern Cape’s Wild Coast with the FordPass Connect app, we weigh in on our experience with this new motoring solution.
Having risen in popularity in recent weeks, concerns have now been raised about Clubhouse after a hacker was able to stream chats.
As it looks to make itself more appealing to those switching from WhatsApp, Signal has introduced some new features to its chat.
Grindr was found to have illegally sharing user data with advertisers, potentially disclosing sexual orientation without consent.
FNB and RMB Private Bank clients can now create a Virtual Card and link it to their debit, credit or fusion account.
nav>> Home Services from FNB allow customers to find plumbers, interior designers and more easily.
Capitec’s latest announcement adds Scan To Pay functionality to its mobile app, with the system compatible with the likes of SnapScan and Zapper.
A handy new Storage Management Tool is rolling out on WhatsApp.
Anyone remember Skype? Apparently not, as Microsoft Teams garners 50 percent more daily active users over the past six months.
xCloud is still a no-go though.