Fibre is slowly rolling out into South African suburbs, and these are the latest to get connected. Good news for those living outside of the CBD too.
There’s been no shortage of dirt on the side of City Bowl roads these past few months, but now there’s some good news to make the wait worthwhile.
It’s a question that everyone seems to be asking, and now these guys have made it easy to find out when that high-speed browsing is coming your way.
Public debate seems to have been replaced by some vandalism recently. We’re not sure how we feel about that. Just imagine the chaos if everyone decided to have their say on someone else’s property?
I don’t mean to point out the obvious, but our lives are based on the internet, and the internet in this country is pretty slow and expensive. But now it’s getting faster yippeeee!
Cape Town just launched a public transport app and it is a game changer – Check it out
Free unlimited public WiFi is now available at St Andrew’s Square on the border of De Waterkant and Green Point. If you’re wondering where that is, it’s the small park next to the Church on the corner of Somerset and Chiappini. We have the Green Point City Improvement District (GPCID) and the City of Cape Town to […]
If you ever needed an excuse to visit the Company’s Garden, this is it. According to a report, the historic gardens will now have free wi-fi services, that could reach the rest of Cape Town’s CBD in the future. The City, Iziko Museums and Connected Space are in the process of putting together the final […]
Andre de Wet sat down to tell us about his entrepreneurial ups and downs. The interview with the online shopping company PriceCheck’s General Manger was held at the 2013 Net Prophet conference in Cape Town last week. From his dad’s advice when he was a “lighty”, to launching the international mobile app of the year, this […]
Just before the release of the movie “The Internship” starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, where they play two interns at the multinational corporation Google, the company itself has released a video titled “The real Google interns”. Take a look at the video here.
The “autonomous flying robot” workshop in Brooklyn, New York, has now been responsible for the birth of Parekh’s early Pet AR.Drone prototype that can follow and film you. Check it out here.
Earning money from your laptop means you can be anywhere, allowing you to get even close to living the holiday. We’ve put together 5 cool ways for you to earn cash on your terms.
Internet giant, Google has confirmed that it will be extending its super fast fibre broadband services to Austin, Texas, where residents will be enjoying internet speeds of one gigabyte per second by 2014.
Google announced yesterday that their TV white spaces (unused channels in a TV spectrum) trial will provide broadband connectivity to 10 schools in and around Cape Town. The trial will demonstrate the potential of white spaces as a platform to deliver faster internet connectivity to the developing world, if it comes off. Broadcasters, however are […]
Oh boy. Oh boy, just breathe. A new armband uses the electrical activity in your muscles to let you wirelessly control digital devices. The new Myo wristband runs on electromyography techniques. Electric pulses that surge throughout your body when you move your muscles are sensed by the Myo, which sends corresponding commands to linked devices. Thalmic Labs co-founder […]
I’m sure there is a valid reason why Cape Town Panel Beaters used to only be found a minimum of 20km from where I live. It always used to be Diep River, or Paarden Eiland or Epping or Maitland. Why were they never closer to me? Not that it matters – because times have changed […]
On March 9 2012, the Cape Argus officially changed its format and added a morning edition. The broadsheet is now only available in a size at about half of what it used to be, and the layout has been given a visually stimulating modernisation. We caught up with executive editor, Gasant Abarder, to find out more.
There is nary a soul in the greater Cape Town metropolitan who has not indulged in a late night prego roll/steak pie/box of Grandpa/Yogi Sip/SteriStumpi/R15 litre of milk while filling up their car at the Engen On Orange, AKA Club Orange. My personal preference is the 125g bag of Woolworths Fruit Pastilles. It is a […]
Judging by the number of views, most of you would have seen episodes of The Compound, which was filmed at the 2oceansVibe Media compound. Pretty plush offices, I’m sure you will agree. With all the “mod-cons,” including Cape Town air conditioning. Which is what I want to chat to you about today. Summer is just […]
Wowsers, this competition is genuinely off the hook! And don’t you just love it when companies put their balls on the line? Using words like “Free” and “lifetime” in the same sentence? It’s completely mental! I’m freaking out all over the place! Especially when they’re talking about a 10Gb ADSL account! That’s what RSAweb are […]
Now you have even more reason to take a Rikkis taxi! We have installed screens in all the Rikkis London taxis throughout Cape Town, bringing you even more of 2oceansvibe TV‘s hit entertainment – updated weekly – including the latest episodes of Rugby Vibe, Witch Doctor Watts, The Compound, Fashion Vibe and more! With each […]
You gotta love it when local companies beat Telkom not only on speed, but also undercut them with line rental prices. I mean seriously, how do you do that? It’s hilarious! We just received word from our official hosting partners, RSAWEB, that they have launched the cheapest ADSL line rental in South Africa. That is […]
With the price of internet going down and the price of satellite television going up, it is not surprising that so many people are opting for uncapped broadband over television subscriptions. After all, you can get more up-to-date movies and TV series online. You do know about how to get a US iTunes account, right? Click here […]
We live in a progressive city here in Cape Town – we like to think out of the box. And that’s just what Kristin van der Hoven has done by launching Proud Hounds Doggie Daycare in the city. Sick of leaving your precious pup at home while you’re at work? Then bring it to Kristin and the crew for the day.
Yesterday, concerns arose that Cape Town motorists may fall victim to the fuel worker strikes that are plaguing other parts of the country, prompting many people to fill up their tanks before Western Cape pumps started to run dry. However, the Fuel Retailers Association has said today that it does not foresee major shortages impacting the province.
A few weeks ago I dropped off La Muse at Cape Town International airport, ahead of her buying trip to three corners of the world. We ate at the Spur (as you do) and when I paid for my parking ticket I was shocked to see I had been charged R105. I didn’t have the […]
Okay, calm down. Step away from the water cooler. The office gossip can wait. Come sit down over here, and read this. Men, and empowered women. It’s 2011. We’re not our grandfathers, okay? 99% of us don’t have access to a fully equipped woodworking shed. We don’t while our own door knobs, or plane our […]
I’m going to jump straight into this because everyone I have told has begged me for the name of these guys – so there is no need to sugarcoat it – This shit sells itself. Their name is PrintWild.co.za and this is how their website works. It’s basically a joke. In a good way. It […]
Yes, this is EXACTLY the course you need. You enjoy taking pics and you want to get better. You keep on telling people that you would like to improve, but just haven’t found the right course. Here it is, my friend – just look at the title – “University of Cape Town (UCT) Digital Photography […]