Chinese ICT giant Huawei will build a data centre facility in Johannesburg to provide public cloud services, becoming the latest multinational after Microsoft and Amazon.com to unveil such plans.
JSE-listed Adapt IT said on Monday it will acquire mobile technology specialist Conor Solutions for R80-million.
Naspers affiliate Tencent will expand its age-verification system to encompass its entire games line-up, an unprecedented undertaking in response to growing criticism it encourages addiction among youngsters.
Although Facebook may have tamped down on hoax news in the US, bigger problems remain, driven by the viral nature of shocking content.
An estimated $6-trillion is theoretically needed to build the infrastructure that electric cars need such as charging stations and power networks. That’s about 7.5% of the world’s GDP.
Apple shares tumbled on Friday amid concerns that growth in its powerhouse product, the iPhone, is slowing.
New research commissioned by Luno shows there is a great deal of interest among South Africans in owning at least one cryptocurrency.
On the same day the world’s largest company issues its biggest disappointment in years, US President Donald Trump, does an about-face on China.
Apple’s decision to stop reporting how many iPhones it sells landed with a thud. Many analysts complained it was an attempt to hide the pain of a stagnant smartphone market.
The current board and CEO of the SABC are the strongest the public broadcaster has had in at least 15 years. They should be left to get on with the job of repairing the damage caused by their predecessors.