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5:10

African leaders must take computing to the edge

In the edge computing era, Africa’s political leaders have the power to redefine the future of business on the continent, said industry experts at Schneider Electric’s conference.

2:40

Cyber criminals aim to score with Rugby World Cup

A security expert warns cyber fraudsters are match fit to breach the security defences of fans, organisers and sponsors during the Rugby World Cup.

4:10

A revolution every business should talk about

The fourth industrial revolution is so powerful and visible because its features are defining the world, says Bernard Ford, CEO of One Channel.

3:20
Thursday

Tech helps drive better customer engagement

Technology boosts the evolution of the customer journey, providing companies with more choices to interact with customers.

3:10

Five steps to successful edge integration

Technology embedded with virtualisation enables multiple operations to happen simultaneously, says Stratus Technologies.

4:30
12 Sep

Innovative mobile solutions set to enhance life in SA

With 4IR now a reality, MTN is transforming from being a mobile phone company to becoming a multi-purpose digital platform innovator, says Giovanni Chiarelli, Chief Technology and Information Officer at MTN SA.

2:00

ZTE to unveil Big Video Solutions at IBC 2019

The four innovative Big Video Solutions are 5G Live TV, 5G+8K service, operator tier customised IPTV dual-ecosystem, and smart home.

3:10

Flip phones take centre stage at IFA 2019

Europe's biggest consumer technology show, IFA 2019, kicks off, and thousands of exhibitors are introducing their latest products.

2:50

CarConnect: ZTE, Deutsche Telekom make cars smarter

The premium function of CarConnect is the mobile hotspot, which brings fast WiFi into the car.

2:20
6 Sep

execMobile deploys eSIM profile technology

Embedded SIM is a global specification by the GSMA that enables remote SIM provisioning of any mobile device.

3:10

PC market still has life

Lenovo remains upbeat about the future of personal computers, as it looks to offer PCs that integrate features often associated with mobile phones.