Inventor of Web has hope for Artificial Intelligence
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.
Ransomware: Expect it to get worse. Much worse.
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.
Ransomware: 6 ways to keep schools, hospitals, safe
Schools and hospitals are increasingly susceptible to ransomware, but they don't have to be, writes ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK.
Video-on-Demand heats up in SA
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.
Acer ups its high-end game
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.
TV invades new spaces
Despite the challenge of video-on-demand services on mobile devices, the ever-evolving formats of TV ensures it maintains a hold on viewers, writes ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK
When 2-in-1 costs less than 1
Two-in-one combination tablet/laptops usually come at a price that makes laptops more attractive, but now low-cost options are emerging, writes ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK.
Colour is the new black
Gone are the days when only a black or white phone was cool at the high end. Now colour is all the rage, writes ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK.
Samsung takes challenge back to Apple
Samsung has made a startling comeback to the smartphone market, sending the innovation ball soaring back into Apple’s court, writes ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK.
Printing gets a purpose
Technology companies have long been claiming to listen to customers. Now one of them is taking the conversation further, writes ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK.