Open Source
3:30
Friday

HarmonyOS is not Android replacement, says Huawei

The company emphasises it is still committed to Google, and its new operating system is not an alternative to Android.

2:10

Partners can accelerate Azure business with Westcon-Comstor

The Westcon-Comstor Azure Virtual Vault helps resellers accelerate business opportunities with a gamified system.

3:20
14 Aug

Huawei announces rival open source foundation

The Chinese giant is to launch a new open source foundation to potentially rival GitHub.

2:50

Global spend on blockchain solutions balloons

International spend on blockchain solutions is expected to reach R41 billion by the end of the year, driven by banks, says IDC.

4:50
13 Aug

Uptick in South African women chasing crypto-currency

Most South African exchanges say more women are now dabbling in crypto than in previous years.

6:20
12 Aug

Huawei’s HarmonyOS could cause market discord

The new Harmony operating system is an alternative to Google’s Android, as Huawei attempts to safe-guard its business against US backlash.

1:40

Most Web browser extensions remain on the shelf

There are thousands of Web browser extensions, yet only a handful are downloaded and installed by users.

5:50
7 Aug

What IBM’s Red Hat acquisition means for SA

The $34 billion deal is expected to bring strong penetration of open source multi-cloud offerings to local organisations and third-party providers, say analysts.

3:10

Broadcom presents BlazeMeter Continuous Testing Platform

The platform harnesses the power of multi-cloud, open source, AI-enabling organisations to achieve agility at enterprise scale. [Local rep: CA Southern Africa]

3:00

AB InBev empowers African farmers with blockchain

The company’s partnership with BanQu helps smallholder farmers to track produce and sales through blockchain technology.

3:00

Apple deepens its open source credentials

Long regarded as an open source community shirker, Apple has has boosted its OS credentials by joining the Data Transfer Project.