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Local researchers create a Google Images tool to study evolution.
One convincing person can bring cyber security to its knees, says Jenny Radcliffe.
IBM powers virtual experiments on compounds that could form the basis of anti-viral drugs to cure the Zika virus.
The telecoms operator has had a tumultuous year and plans to up investment in its network as a strategy to emerge from the downturn.
SA's unemployed can sign up for a free online course that will equip them with Internet of everything skills and knowledge.
The techniques used in the R300 million theft have been used before by both local and international criminal syndicates, security experts say.
Brainstorm CIO Survey 2015 Full research report has been released, with input from 188 local CIOs.
Born to code, trained to succeed A new method of teaching aims to turn disadvantaged students into world-class coders.
Innovation and the CFO Understanding the value of technology is now part of the CFO's job description.
Warren Buffett's company spent $1.07 billion on a stake in Apple in Q1.
The recent Moneyweb/News24 judgement could set a precedent for future copyright infringement cases.
The EU has blocked the proposed £10.5 billion merger of Hutchison's Three and Telefonica's O2.
The company has settled a graphics patent dispute with Samsung Electronics.
The company bought DreamWorks Animation for $3.8 billion.
The European Union has accused Google of monopoly abuse regarding its mobile operating system, Android.
Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi demonstrated leadership in crisis during the online learner admissions debacle.
The company acquires Polycom, a fellow voice and telephony gear maker, for $1.96 billion.
If apps are the new security frontier, then defending that frontier means changing the way everyone concerned with software development and maintenance works.
The Internet economy is open, mobile and 24/7. Apps increasingly drive this world, and attract cyber criminals in droves.
A breach of trust can result in a damaged reputation and lost customers.
It may come as a surprise that the need for self-service analytics has been around since the 1970s.
Overcoming barriers to big data adoption starts with the basics, like deciding whether it will even benefit the business.
Amid massive big data hype, not every company is geared to benefit from adopting costly big data projects, yet.
All networks are at risk of breach, no matter how much cyber protection is thrown at them.
Sometimes 'innovation' isn't all it's cracked up to be…