If Apple is busy making hit TV shows instead of breaking new ground in mobile computing, what becomes of 5G? More importantly, what becomes of consumer-tech innovation at all?
While plenty has been spoken around ARC’s fee structure, not enough has been asked about its valuation of Rain. By Keith McLachlan.
Eskom is facing a litany of challenges. Energy expert Anton Eberhard posed questions to the power utility’s CEO, André de Ruyter.
Anyone can be a banker these days, you just need the right code.
Datatec’s share price is in the dumps and the management team, led by CEO Jens Montanana, is thinking big to find ways of unlocking value.
The monetary authorities of Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and South Africa have come together with the Bank for International Settlements on Project Dunbar.
Android app makers suing to stop Google from siphoning up to 30% of their sales received little reassurance about their chances on Friday as a judge allowed a comparable fee charged by Apple to stand.
A total failure in El Salvador won’t doom digital currencies, but it will force a downward revision in potential market share of many crypto ideas. By Aaron Brown.
The abrupt departure of Apple’s top automotive executive imperils its efforts to develop a self-driving car, a project that’s been seen as one of the tech giant’s biggest bets.
The advent of gaming, especially computer gaming, marks a fundamental break in human affairs. It is profoundly transforming two central aspects of the modern world: culture and regulation. There will be no turning back.