Emerging Technologies
2:30

The new Dell Latitude 7400 2-in-1 transforms the PC experience

Built for optimised portability, connectivity, performance and battery life, the Dell Latitude 7400 2-in-1 also features state-of-the-art data protection. [Local rep: DCC]

6:30
Yesterday

Nokia embarks on its second chapter

HMD Global counts the feature phone market as a critical part of the Nokia business, as the brand’s second chapter unfolds.

3:40

Ford moves to introduce self-driving vehicles by 2021

The car manufacturer is on a push to unveil its first fully autonomous vehicle in Europe and in US.

2:50
Yesterday

Tencent, BMW in self-driving car deal

The companies agree to work together on building the BMW Group China High Performance D3 platform for automated driving.

7:10

Industry challenges scrutiny of Facebook’s Libra, cryptos

The high-level attacks on Facebook’s Libra show there are a lot of misconceptions about digital currencies, say industry players.

3:00
Friday

SA loved FaceApp more than Mandela this week

The #Faceappchallenge frenzy hit SA this week, clocking 100 000 Google searches, although experts believe there may be risks.

3:40

SA academics help produce cheap solar energy via windows

The technology can be implemented in a building environment to meet the energy demands of the people inside, say the academics.

4:20
Friday

AI has arrived – and businesses should take advantage

With AI set to transform the way businesses operate, you can't afford to be left behind, says Jon Tullett, senior research manager for cloud/IT services, IDC.

3:00

University of Pretoria rewards students, staff for inventions

The university has 11 inventors who were granted a patent for more than one invention, and 50 inventors who were granted a patent for a single invention.

4:00
Thursday

Keeping up with the modern customer

Businesses need to leverage technology to make customer experiences seamless across multiple touchpoints and allow them to have context-enriched conversations.

4:20

University of Pretoria principal wants varsities to drive 4IR

Professor Tawana Kupe believes universities must lead the charge in Africa’s fourth industrial revolution initiatives.