A flexible material that converts radio signals into usable electric current raises the prospect of a world without batteries.
Global technology stocks are bouncing back. But distaste for what was the market’s favourite group as recently as mid-2018 is starting to spread among large swathes of money managers.
Flying cars! So futuristic! A world in which they’re buzzing around the skies must be dazzling — like a Popular Mechanics feature come to life! Well, yeah. About that.
There will be grumbling about Facebook unifying its apps. But it was an obvious decision by a company that now has to try much harder to continue to lure more people and advertisers to its digital empire.
Facebook is planning to integrate parts of WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger, as part of a huge technical operation across the social network’s collection of messaging apps.
Naspers said on Friday that it is investing almost $1.2-billion (about R16-billion) to buy an additional 29.1% stake in Russian classifieds business Avito.
Vodafone Group has suspended purchases of equipment from Huawei for the core of its wireless networks. However, it’s not immediately clear how this affects Vodacom, which is controlled by Vodafone.
Vodacom Group’s latest trading update, for the quarter ended December 2018, makes for sobering reading, particularly for those invested in the telecommunications sector.
The production-weighted cash cost to create one bitcoin averaged around US$4 060 globally in the fourth quarter, according to analysts with JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Facebook is giving up on its standalone Moments photo organiser app more than three years after launching it.