Goldstuck on Gadgets

Nokia is back in town

-June 28th, 2017
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If ever there was an unforgettable name in technology it was Nokia, Now the phone brand is back, and hoping the good memories will restore a proud name. By ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK.

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HR joins the tech revolution

-June 22nd, 2017
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The technology revolution has swept away most vestiges of the old ways of business. But not all. Now the HR department is about to be disrupted, writes ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK.

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Threat hunters emerge from the shadows

-June 14th, 2017
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As a new generation of cyber threats emerges, a new breed of cyber security defenders is emerging. They don’t wait for enemies to strike, but go looking for them, writes ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK.

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To Mars, and beyond

-June 7th, 2017
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Mining the asteroids may be the next great frontier for investors, says Adriana Marais, the only South African selected for the Mars One expedition. She spoke to ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK.

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Can VR become billion-user platform?

-May 31st, 2017
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Virtual reality is suddenly the flavour of the moment for anything from product launches to test drives. Now a gaming guru believes it will be the next billion-user platform. ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK explores.

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Inventor of Web has hope for Artificial Intelligence

-May 24th, 2017
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The man who invented the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee, argues that the evils of artificial intelligence have been exaggerated. ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK reports from Las Vegas.

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Ransomware: Expect it to get worse. Much worse.

-May 16th, 2017
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It is mind-boggling that, despite the world being warned, the past week’s ransomware attack almost took down a country’s healthcare system. ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK reports.

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Ransomware: 6 ways to keep schools, hospitals, safe

-May 16th, 2017

Schools and hospitals are increasingly susceptible to ransomware, but they don't have to be, writes ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK.

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Video-on-Demand heats up in SA

-May 10th, 2017
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The arrival of a new Video-on-Demand service in South Africa last week added a new flavour to an intriguing marketplace, writes ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK.

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Acer ups its high-end game

-May 3rd, 2017
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After a tough year in the notebook market, Acer aims to claw back market share with dazzling new devices aimed at the high-end, mid-range and entry-level gamer market, writes ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK.

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