In the rush to be first with WWDC ‘news’, everyone‘s missing the point

I should’ve had a blog post up with ‘analysis’ and ‘opinion’ just after the WWDC keynote… I didn’t. Here’s why.

Sign up for Open Night: Apple WWDC 2016

We have been lucky enough to attend this year’s WWDC and are looking forward to sharing a host of cutting-edge post-conference insight with you on Thursday!

livestream: Apple WWDC 2016 Keynote

On Monday, 13 June, join us as we livestream the keynote event from Apple’s WWDC.

Sign up for Open Night: Apple WWDC 15

We’re back from WWDC and ready to share our learnings with you! Sign up for this Thursday’s WWDC Open Night.

28 Hours later and we are here

Grab ye ale and huddle around your nearest heat source as this bard recounts a tail of 3 photogenic adventurers…

Thoughts on the Apple Watch

What is it most useful for? Should you get one? Some ideas, after wearing one for a month…

T minus 48 hours to lift off

“hmmmm… 48 hours sounds a lot closer than 2 days for some reason…”

These are the thoughts that run through my head as I haul out my suitcase. The time has finally come to start the dreaded packing…

livestream: Apple WWDC15 Keynote

Sign up to watch the Keynote event of Apple’s WWDC 2015 live with us on 8 June, where Apple is sure to show off lots of exciting new products at the event.

immedia Newsletter: June 2013

It’s the season of snug reading underneath the covers. What better way to do this than from your iPad? We’ve recently produced a collection of interactive children’s stories to captivate your kids’ imaginations.

immedia newsletter: June 2012

In this month’s newsletter, we’ll be joining our Apple fanboys/girls on their post-PC pilgrimage and sharing with you our latest app dev training developments.

immedia newsletter: May 2012

Our team has been making its way around the country, collaborating and exchanging ideas with South Africa’s diversely talented students, tourism gurus and media experts.

Open Night Highlights – March 2012

March’s Open Night draws Durban’s digital ninjas