by Arthur Goldstuck (@art2gee) Korean electronics manufacturer LG has spent the last two years proving its high-tech credentials as a smartphone technology leader. With the release of the G4, it is ready for more.
by Arthur Goldstuck. Thanks to poor online presence, e-tailing in South Africa has yet to make a dent in retail, but tools are becoming available to fix it.
by Arthur Goldstuck. Those strange little square barcodes now popping up everywhere represent a quiet rebirth of QR Codes, once left for dead.
by Arthur Goldstuck (@art2gee) A new virtual mobile operator arrived in South Africa, addressing a growing need in the market. But it’s not the same story all over again.
by Arthur Goldstuck (@art2gee) The announcement of Samsung Pay, in direct competition with Apple Pay, is a signal that payments with mobile devices are growing up.
by Arthur Goldstuck (@art2gee) The digital divide between developed and developing countries is no longer only about access to technology. A gulf also exists in attitudes to technology.
by Arthur Goldstuck (@art2gee) It’s customary, in January, to make predictions for the year ahead. 2015 is the year of connections.
by Arthur Goldstuck (@art2gee) The marketing emphasis is usually on the flagship phones, but the real difference is made at the entry level.
by Arthur Goldstuck (@art2gee) It’s easy to confuse the best phones with the most marketed phones. My pick of 2014 delves into both the best-known and the unknown among the high-end smartphones.
by Arthur Goldstuck (@art2gee) He might not appreciate being called the Steve Jobs of analytics, but SAS Institute founder and CEO Jim Goodnight has a few things in common with the Apple founder.