Hardware
1:10

Fujikura unveils two cleavers

The CT50 is the new flagship cleaver from Fujikura Japan and features Bluetooth connectivity to the splicer unit. [Local rep: IC Logistix]

4:20
Yesterday

SqwidNet inks mega IOT deals to connect 2.5m devices

Discovery, Netstar and Fidelity ADT sign deals with SqwidNet to deliver Sigfox's IOT connectivity technology in SA.

1:00
Yesterday

White paper: Rethinking enterprise data management

The need for improved enterprise data management coincides with the trend towards the digitisation of businesses.

2:50
Monday

IBM officially launches POWER9 in SA

IBM's POWER9 enterprise servers are designed to take companies into a multi-cloud artificial intelligence-enabled future.

1:40

DOC sets record straight about STB funding

The communications ministry claims set-top box procurement cost just over R900 million, amid reports government spent a fortune on the devices.

2:00

Brother continues winning streak

Brother printers and all-in-ones earn PCMag Readers' Choice Award for 10th consecutive year and Business Choice Award for sixth straight year.

5:30

Digital migration U-turn creates more confusion

Despite government paving a new way to complete the migration from analogue to digital TV, the industry has lingering questions on how the model will be implemented.

5:10

ASUS presents VivoBook S15 (S530) in SA

The ErgoLift hinge replicates the feel of typing on a desktop keyboard, and three-sided NanoEdge display design provides an immersive viewing experience.

4:10
Friday

Apple gets critical iPhone tech in $600m Dialog deal

Apple takes control of the power-management technology at the heart of its iPhones in a $600 million deal with Dialog Semiconductor.

1:50

Government abandons set-top boxes

The state adopts a revised model for the rollout of the digital migration project, which sees it abandon the set-top box idea.

2:00
Thursday

Huawei in AI offensive

The company unveils a slew of artificial intelligence-focused products at the Huawei Connect event in China.