Prepare for life in 360 degrees
A flood of 360 degree cameras has arrived to feed the content machines of Facebook and Youtube, among other. ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK highlights some of the best options.
Amazon Chime takes on Skype
Amazon Web Services has released a video-conferencing service called Chime, which directly challenges the dominance of Skype in this field, but at a price.
Big data has confidence gap
According to a new survey, most business leaders today believe in the value of using data and analytics throughout their organisations, but say they lack confidence in their ability to measure the effectiveness and impact of it.
AppDate: Apps to help on Valentine’s Day
In the AppDate Valentine's special, SEAN BACHER highlight, Cookbook Recipes, Tinder, UberEATS, Simfy and ShowMax.
Huawei debuts Nova in SA
Huawei South Africa has released its newest smartphone handset brand, the Nova, with a 12-megapixel rear camera, 5.1 inch screen and long lasting battery - all for a price of R6 999.
Ford pumps $1bn into AI and virtual driver
Ford has announced a $1 billion investment over the next five years in Argo AI, an artificial intelligence company, to develop a virtual driver system for the automaker’s autonomous vehicle coming in 2021.
The data behind dating
With Valentine’s Day upon us and thousands of South Africans in the pursuit of love within the online realm. SEKETE PATRICK MAPHOPHA, NetApp Africa CTO and Technology Evangelist, asks a vital question - how secure is your personal data?
Afrihost expands fibre to homes
Just months after launching its fibre services, Afrihost has more than tripled its coverage by partnering with MetroFibre Networx, Frogfoot, SA Digital Villages, Mitsol and Century City Connect.
Race for trust and time
Technology has changed all aspects of our lives, including the way we transact. In our digital economy, money is not the only currency consumers place value in as they also see trust, time and treasure as important drivers, writes Intel’s TREVOR COETZEE.
The half-truth of social media
One-in-ten bend the truth on social media to make themselves feel good – and men go even further, Kaspersky Lab study reveals.