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4:40

Huawei readies SA launch of devices with Google alternative

The Chinese multinational telco will, in March, debut South African phones integrated with its new native Huawei Mobile Services.

0:50
Yesterday

eBook: Social media trends for 2020

Industry experts define the social media trends you need to know.

4:50

Lonely-hearts are criminals’ biggest target on Valentine’s Day

Romance scams rank number one for total reported financial losses across the globe, with popular dating apps often used as bait.

1:40

Users love us

IDU Holdings received awards for "Highest User Adoption" as well as “Users Most Likely to Recommend” in the G2 Crowd Winter Report 2020.

1:10
Thursday

WhatsApp notches up 2bn users

The Facebook-owned messaging platform now supports more than two billion users around the world.

2:50

Google Anthos gains traction across the globe

Global enterprises report gains from using the multi-cloud application management platform, says Google Cloud’s Jonathan Frankel.

2:20

Standard Bank adds facial recognition to app security

The bank unveils the next phase of its digital banking security, which sees it introduce facial recognition authentication to its mobile app.

10:20
Wednesday

Netskope presents Sainsbury’s case study

Netskope maps billions of transactions, enabling Sainsbury’s to understand user activity across tens of thousands of SaaS and IaaS services, and millions of Web sites.

6:10

Are we making technology too easy?

The Iowa Caucus app debacle reveals there is little real technology literacy, just technology functionality.

2:40
11 Feb

Google creates R15m fund for Africa’s Internet safety

The Internet search company launches its child online safety programme, Be Internet Awesome, in SA, the Netherlands and Nigeria.

3:40
7 Feb

TANKS coding app goes to Paris

Professor Jean Greyling to share the TANKS experience at UNESCO’s AI and Inclusion panel on education.

5:30

Smart feature phones to break Africa’s connectivity barrier

Affordable smart feature phones with Internet access and durability are expected to gain traction in Africa in 2020.