Smart meters come with baggage
COLIN BEANEY, Global Industry Director for Energy and Utilities at IFS gives insight into a few of the challenges installers face when delivering smart meter programs.
Fitbit Versa comes to SA
Earlier this week, Fitbit announced the Versa smartwatch - the company’s lightest smartwatch to date, featuring a battery life of up to four days and cross platform capability.
Home projector options expand
Epson has added 12 new models to its consumer projector range, offering customers expanded features at accessible prices.
Intel brings i9 to laptops
Intel last week unveiled a mobile range of its powerful Core i9 series processors. The new line-up brings desktop performance to laptops, writes BRYAN TURNER.
Phone data safer than corporate networks?
The data that resides on a mobile phone is better protected than the data that resides in most corporate data centres, says RONNIE MOODLEY, Server Solutions Sales Leader for IBM South Africa.
Apple makes big education play with new iPad
Apple's first launch event of the year brings an affordable iPad to the education market, writes BRYAN TURNER.
Enter Watson’s Law …
At last week’s IBM Think conference in Las Vegas, the company took Watson from tool to Law, writes TIANA CLINE.
First Chrome tablet for ed
Acer has announced its Chromebook Tab 10 that runs the Chrome OS and is designed to be used in classrooms and other education purposes.
Acer launches answer to Pi
Acer has announced the CloudProfessor, a stand-alone mini-computer which connects to mobile devices or laptops, and is designed to help youngsters both learn to code and create.
Voice changes the game
Using voice is powerful way to interact with an interface because it's spontaneous, intuitive, and enables one to interact with technology in the most natural way possible, which is why Amazon is investing heavily in its voice services, writes WERNER VOGELS, CTO at Amazon.com.