Meghan Young is a professional Instagram star. She gets paid to climb beautiful mountains, photograph their glittering summits and post about her adventures to her fans.
In a small Estonian town about 50km from the Russian border, Nato is playing out fictional scenarios where allied networks and civilian systems are under online assault.
Fifth-generation mobile technology will attract 1.5 billion subscriptions in the next six years, with 5G networks expected to cover more than 40% of the world’s population by December 2024.
While most missions are designed to look at the surface or atmosphere of planetary bodies, InSight’s goal is to look deep beneath the surface.
Liquid Telecom said on Thursday that it will work with the Western Cape government to increase the number of free public Wi-Fi hotspots from 178 to 1 600.
Bitcoin is headed for the biggest gain since April, providing some welcome relief to battered cryptocurrency investors – but it may be too soon to call a bottom.
A successful request to a parliamentary committee, brought by the Democratic Alliance, means the Electronic Communications Amendment Bill will likely no longer be passed in parliament before the 2019 general election.
New (tele)communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abraham’s first intervention must be dealing with the hugely problematic Electronic Communications Amendment Bill. By Duncan McLeod.
For more than 30 years, Intel has dominated chip-making, producing the most important component in the bulk of the world’s computers. That run is now under threat.
Eskom’s first-half profit plunged 89% and the situation at the South African state-owned power utility is likely to worsen in the next six months, chairman Jabu Mabuza said on Wednesday.