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Standard Bank pilots Apple Watch

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Standard Bank has announced plans to embrace wearable technology, with the forthcoming release of its Apple Watch banking app.
The newly launched BlackBerry Leap smartphone comes with a 2800 mAh battery designed to last just over a day, has built-in malware protection and is designed for the mobile professional.
Cell C has announced that it has concluded the renegotiation of its roaming agreement with Vodacom, which includes access to 3G services on the Vodacom network.
Even though 5G is only expected to become available in 2020, Ericsson has found a way to deliver drop-free, higher capacity mobile connections for both people and things – while making the most of available spectrum.
FNB has announced that it has become the first bank to offer its own SIM cards to its customers from 15 June 2015.
VMware is transforming hybrid cloud security for mobile end users through a combination of VMware NSX network virtualisation, AirWatch and VMware Horizon.
LG Electronics (LG) has unveiled its new flagship device, the LG G4 smartphone, in South Africa. It will be in stores by mid-June.
Telkom has expanded its 4G network to an additional 22 suburbs across South Africa, making it one of the largest high-speed wireless broadband networks currently available.
MTN Business has unveiled a Pan African Internet of Things (IoT) platform, based on its existing Machine-to-Machine (M2M) services. The platform is designed to give enterprises greater control and management features to devices with SIM cards in them.
Sony has introduced the Xperia C4, a smartphone that boasts a 5MP front camera, which it believes will take selfie photos to the next level.”,”body-href”:””}]

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