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Espionage as mobile malware

A new malware espionage campaign infecting thousands of people in more than 20 countries has been uncovered. Hundreds...

Espionage as mobile malware
posted on: Jan 19, 2018 | author: Allan Davison

Blockchain to digitise logistics

IBM and Maersk plan to establish a joint venture to provide more efficient and secure methods for conducting global...

Blockchain to digitise logistics
posted on: Jan 18, 2018 | author: Allan Davison

Matt Kibby to leave VMware

VMware sub-Saharan Africa is once again on the lookout for a new leader, following the resignation of current regional...

Matt Kibby to leave VMware
posted on: Jan 17, 2018 | author: Allan Davison

Bank Zero to launch in SA

A new app-driven bank, the brainchild of Michael Jordaan and Yatin Narsai, is set to launch in South Africa this...

Bank Zero to launch in SA
posted on: Jan 16, 2018 | author: Allan Davison

Crowdsourcing for new planets

A system of at least five exoplanets has been discovered by citizen scientists through a project called Exoplanet...

Crowdsourcing for new planets
posted on: Jan 15, 2018 | author: Allan Davison

PC sales see first uptick in 6 years

Worldwide shipments of traditional PCs (desktop, notebook, and workstation) totalled 70,6-million units in the fourth...

PC sales see first uptick in 6 years
posted on: Jan 12, 2018 | author: Allan Davison

Ford sketches smart city vision

Future smart cities will need to be human-centric and revolve around “the living street”. This is...

Ford sketches smart city vision
posted on: Jan 11, 2018 | author: Allan Davison

Fear stymies SA digitisation

South African businesses are investing in digitisation at a rapid rate – but uncertainties around security...

Fear stymies SA digitisation
posted on: Jan 10, 2018 | author: Allan Davison

Intel makes a quantum leap

Intel has reached two milestones in its efforts to research and develop future computing technologies including...

Intel makes a quantum leap
posted on: Jan 9, 2018 | author: Allan Davison

Consumer tech spend at $351bn

Emerging technologies and the resilience of historically leading categories will drive the US consumer technology...

Consumer tech spend at $351bn
posted on: Jan 8, 2018 | author: Allan Davison

Chip fix in the works

Intel has downplayed reports that many of its chips contain a flaw that could give hackers access to hidden...

Chip fix in the works
posted on: Jan 4, 2018 | author: Kathy Gibson

AI to add more jobs than it loses

2020 will be a pivotal year for artificial intelligence (AI) and its influence on employment dynamics, as it will...

AI to add more jobs than it loses
posted on: Dec 28, 2017 | author: Kathy Gibson

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