Shifting geopolitics and a sharp round of cost cutting have put Nokia firmly back in the global 5G roll-out race just a year after CEO Pekka Lundmark took the reins at the Finnish company.
Pandemics don’t cause riots. They do, though, create the perfect conditions for turmoil in fragile societies that are already powder kegs of sky-high unemployment, and where Covid-19 has inevitably hit the poor hardest.
The mayhem of the last few days is a reminder of the danger that South Africa continues to live with, as well as an indication of the disfigurement of its law enforcement institutions.
Regulators have been struggling to get a grip on the burgeoning world of cryptocurrencies. It’s increasingly important that they succeed, and soon.
Billions – real billions – are getting pilfered annually through a variety of cryptocurrency scams. The way things are going, this will only get worse.
Ransomware attacks are growing exponentially in size and ransom demand — changing the way we operate online. Understanding who these groups are and what they want is critical to taking them down.
The solar industry has spent decades slashing the cost of generating electricity direct from the sun. Now it’s focusing on making panels even more powerful.
Five years ago, Microsoft and Google agreed to cease using their substantial lobbying firepower against each other. That truce, forged at the time by two new CEOs wanting a fresh start, expired in April.
When government announced it was bringing in outside shareholders to take a majority holding in South African Airways, there was a lot of chatter that it was now following the “Telkom model”. By Larry Claasen.
Researchers warn that the novel coronavirus is apt to be circulating among us forever, although it’s likely to become a less potent foe.