SA VR team beats world to great migration
Virtual reality is still far from the South African mainstream, but a new documentary will help give it a kick-start, writes ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK.
4YFN to select world’s best startups
The 4YFN Awards 2018, the mobile startup competition that will be held at 4YFN Barcelona, are searching for the most disruptive project during this year’s edition and have already selected 10 startup finalists from over 300 participants.
Ramaphosa address good news for SMEs
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s first State of the Nation Address may motivate small businesses in South Africa to help economic growth by addressing unemployment, says PIETER BENSCH, Executive Vice President, Africa & Middle East at Sage.
Jaguar E-Pace most connected in its class
The New Jaguar E-Pace featuring Jaguar Land Rover’s Ingenium engine and Touch Pro infotainment system will be one of the most connected cars in its segment when it goes on sale early next month.
Black Panther makes South African history
Marvel Studios’ Black Panther, which follows T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) returning home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to become king, broke box office records in South Africa and across Africa this past weekend.
Traffic must get smarter
As our cities grow and get smarter, our streets in turn get busier. TEDDY DAKA, Group CEO, Ansys Limited, believes that in order to control traffic, we have to become smarter.
Cloud storage strengthens biz
Archiving records has been considered an uphill battle for organisations for decades. While the format of these records have changed from paper to pixels, the battle is far from over. Cyber resilience expert at Mimecast, NICK SAUNDERS, provides some benefits of cloud archiving.
LG TV digital-ready for SA
LG Electronics South Africa (LG) has announced its entire TV range selection is fully digital-ready, enabling consumers to migrate from the current analogue format to a digital signal without the need for additional devices.
How Blockchain can save water, and more
The designers of a unique water saving solution that uses blockchain technology to incentivise users to use less water were the winners of a special prize at the continent’s largest blockchain hackathon held in Cape Town last week.
Olympics face massive cyber threats
The Olympics Games have almost always been used to introduce innovative technologies intended to make the sporting events more efficient. And given the role that IT plays in the events, cybercriminals are likely to see them as a massive opportunity.