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Ford wants to solve parking problems

The motoring company tests new tech that gathers information from car sensors to show drivers a map of available parking spaces.

Virtual reality training tools on the rise

Enterprises can now leverage virtual reality training applications to aid business production, says HP.

US crypto-currency marketplace sees big gap in Africa

Yesterday

Paxful, a peer-to-peer marketplace for crypto-currencies, is looking to expand its business on the African continent.

Evolution of smart buildings into smart workplaces

The future moves beyond smart buildings into smart spaces, and true integration with mobile technology, says Dimension Data.

Google pledges $6m to start-ups in Africa

Wednesday

The tech giant hosts a competition for African tech-based NGOs to apply for up to $6 million in funding through the Google Impact Challenge.

Automation will take over day-to-day IT security jobs

And that is not necessarily a bad thing for cyber security professionals, said Netskope's Neil Thacker.

'Highly unlikely that automation will replace jobs'

Business process automation should rather be viewed as a way to significantly increase business value, says expert.

Young SA students attend prestigious US science fair

The nine learners will present projects on a range of topics, from smart water systems, to alternative methods to cure bacterial infections.

Blockchain Bootcamp in partnership with The Field Institute

The Blockchain Bootcamp will take place at the AlphaCode Club, in Sandton, on 29 May.

Bitcoin forks cause headaches for Luno

16 May

Luno customers allege the company is keeping its users' Bitcoin Gold from the hard fork that happened at the end of last year.

Blockchain Week glitz features Snoop Dogg, Lamborghinis

16 May

The three-day crypto event, which attracted nearly 8 000 people, had Lamborghinis lined at the entrance for a publicity stunt.

Students must prepare for digital unknown

Government must enable our education institutions to educate our youth for jobs that have not been invented yet.

Google promises its bots will identify themselves

15 May

A new Google Assistant feature sparks controversy with a far too realistic human-sounding bot, causing the firm to backtrack.