The advent of gaming, especially computer gaming, marks a fundamental break in human affairs. It is profoundly transforming two central aspects of the modern world: culture and regulation. There will be no turning back.
Africa Data Centres has announced plans to build 10 “hyperscale” data centres in 10 African countries in the next two years at a cost of more than $500-million (R7.2-billion).
Virgin Mobile will soon be no more. South Africa’s first mobile virtual network operator, which was launched on Cell C’s network to much fanfare 15 years ago, will close its doors on 1 November.
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.
South African telecommunication companies are trying to settle a wireless spectrum auction dispute with the industry regulator out of court to avoid a prolonged legal battle.
Apple’s next-generation smartwatch will push the limits in a key area: the amount of information users can handle seeing at once.
4AX, a rival stock exchange to the JSE launched in 2017, is relocating from Johannesburg to Cape Town, will be rebranded as the Cape Town Stock Exchange, and will position itself as the “Nasdaq of Africa”.
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Standard Bank Group is taking a big bet on the future of mobile payments in Africa, launching a platform called Unayo that takes direct aim at Kenya’s M-Pesa and other mobile payment solutions.
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.