Wine must go digital

Cape Classics wine importer believes that the wine industry should embrace the chaos brought by the mobile phone-fueled digital age and move away from traditional retail models.

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IBM unveils new AI server

IBM has unveiled its next-generation Power Systems Servers incorporating its newly designed POWER9 processor and built specifically for compute-intensive AI workloads.

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Nissan enters car-sharing

Nissan has announced it will launch a car-sharing that lets users in Japan experience the company’s technologies in vehicle electrification and intelligence

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Wine must go digital

Cape Classics wine importer believes that the wine industry should embrace the chaos brought by the mobile phone-fueled digital age and move away from traditional retail models.

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Earphones for every ear and wallet

As earphone technology and manufacture improves, the ranges and variations keep expanding, from high-end to budget devices. ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK highlights four very different options.

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-December 15th, 2017

Africa not a data desert

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The data age has opened up a world of renewed understanding in the ways we live and work, providing insights that hold the potential to improve lives for billions around the globe, writes BEN LEO, CEO of Fraym.

-December 15th, 2017

Opera debuts browser payments in Kenya

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Opera has integrated a new web payment platform in Kenya called OPay. The service directly runs on the Opera Mini browser, which will bring a new level of convenience to a nation that has become a world leader in leapfrogging its IT infrastructures.

-December 13th, 2017

Earphones for every ear and wallet

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As earphone technology and manufacture improves, the ranges and variations keep expanding, from high-end to budget devices. ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK highlights four very different options.

-December 13th, 2017

How to stay safe from digital fraud

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As the festive season draws near, consumers must familiarise themselves with tips on how they can protect themselves against digital banking fraud, says KOVELIN NAIDOO, Chief Cyber Security Officer at FNB.

-December 13th, 2017

App planning for holidays

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If you haven’t  as yet booked accommodation for your December getaway here are a few apps to help you get things done a little quicker.

-December 13th, 2017

Boards finally ‘get’ security

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It was long overdue, but 2017 can be seen as the year the boards of South African companies finally sat up and paid attention to information security, says PAUL WILLIAMS, Country Manager – Southern Africa at Fortinet.

-December 12th, 2017

The big digital question: to transform or not

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The rapid evolution of technology that has led to the industry’s latest buzz phrase, digital transformation, is having a massive impact on small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in South Africa – but many are not even aware of it.

-December 12th, 2017

FNB, iStore, in more affordable iPhone X deal

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FNB, in partnership with iStore,  is offering qualifying credit card holders the new iPhone X and other selected Apple devices at more affordable rates.

-December 12th, 2017

Nissan enters car-sharing

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Nissan has announced it will launch a car-sharing that lets users in Japan experience the company’s technologies in vehicle electrification and intelligence

-December 12th, 2017

Inventor wins R1m in Cell C reality show

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Klerksdorp’s Christo Rossouw has escaped the noose and has been named the winner of Cell C’s thrilling reality show Hangman walking away with R1-million prize money.

-December 12th, 2017

Game prices cut for Xmas

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Ster-Kinekor Entertainment is slashing prices on more games to spread the Christmas holiday cheer. Starting on 13 December, customers will save up to R300 on the latest games. The following special deals are being offered:

-December 11th, 2017

Prepare for these cyber attacks in 2018

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Online security is seemingly getting more compromised with each passing year. 2017 has witnessed some of the worst security breaches in history – such as the breach of Equifax, which impacted over 143 million clients in the U.S. and abroad.

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A Bad Moms Christmas

Under-appreciated and overburdened moms Amy, Kiki and Carla rebel against the challenges and expectations of the Super Bowl for moms: Christmas. As if creating the perfect holiday for their families isn't hard enough, they'll have to do it while hosting and entertaining their own respective mothers when they come to visit.

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Overwatch Winter Wonderland 2017

Winter Wonderland returns to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on December 12! Join game director Jeff Kaplan as he talks about what to expect from this year’s festivities and provides insight into the team’s design goals for seasonal brawls.

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Updated Kaspersky Internet Security

The updated Kaspersky Internet Security ensures even better protection against ransomware, is able to protect Mac computers while using public Wi-Fi networks and also offers an extra layer of protection with a secret code for Android users to prevent specific apps like instant messaging services, social media and email from being seen by others if they are accessing a user’s phone. In addition, the consumer line-up is extended by a free solution aimed at protecting Windows home users from cyberthreats. The release of Kaspersky Free is coincided with the company’s celebration of its 20th anniversary.