It’s time for Apple to get off its easy-money addiction and go for a bigger score: developing its own search engine. By Tae Kim.
Telegram recently had its one billionth download, becoming one of about a dozen apps in the world to hit the milestone. Too bad that when it comes to mobile messaging, one name still rules them all.
Will banking meet the sorry fate of newspapers? With the tech industry creeping up on licensed deposit-taking institutions in India, it’s time to take the question seriously.
The world’s best-selling smartphone may not be tops when it comes to navigating life during a global pandemic. At least that’s what I discovered — and it’s why I ditched my iPhone.
Have you ever wondered if you’re just a character in some elaborate simulation? You shake the thought off because you’re a real person, living a real life, in a concrete reality. But can you be certain that you are?
The decision to embrace, rather than reject, the trappings of the 21st century went on to become a key to the movement’s survival and eventual retaking of the landlocked central Asian nation.
The issue has reached prominence in Europe, the US and other markets, but where does South Africa stand on the subject of network neutrality? By Carmen Cupido.
Scientists have yet to start a fusion reaction that sustainably produces more energy than it uses. But excitement has grown as government and private plans move closer to the “net-energy gain” threshold.
Ethereum is making big changes. Perhaps the most important is the jettisoning of the “miners” who track and validate transactions on the the world’s most-used blockchain network.
Sitting back and hoping that things go well is probably not a reasonable strategy, safety experts have warned following the space adventures of billionaires Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos.