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Open source intelligent solutions to transform work, businesses

New open source intelligent solutions are set to change the way people interact with systems and to transform their businesses, says SUSE.

Virtually experience sights, sounds of great migration


The Maasai Mara wildebeest crossing has been captured in virtual reality by a South African team and is available for public viewing this weekend.

Curbing Day Zero one tech at a time


Capetonians continue with desperate attempts to find digital solutions to mitigate Day Zero, despite the day being pushed out to 4 June.

Four AI deployment lessons from Gartner


Despite huge levels of interest in artificial intelligence technologies, current implementations remain at low levels.

Get ready for Microsoft Azure's SA data centres


Microsoft sees SA as a "forward-thinking region" and says local businesses need to prepare for the launch of two hyperscale data centres due to go live in SA this year.

Fujikura presents arc fusion splicers

The 70S+ and 62S arc fusion splicers and genuine core-to-core alignment machines.

Fujitsu unveils LIFEBOOK U938


The ultra-mobile notebook features Fujitsu's PalmSecure advanced biometric authentication system.

ICT skills essential for community development workers

Patience Mushungwa, minister Faith Muthambi's advisor, believes public sector community development workers need ICT skills.

Google goes all in on machine learning

12 Feb

The tech corporation believes machine learning and artificial intelligence will be imperative to the success of tech start-ups in the near future.

US Israeli drone makers keep eye on rising Chinese

Cheaper Chinese military drones chip away at US and Israeli domination of the industry.

Program or be programmed

Teaching robotics to South Africa's learners.

Detachable tablet market hits 6.5 million units globally

8 Feb

This is a 10.3% increase from previous fourth-quarter outcomes, says IDC.

Clothing, ear-based wearables to grow to 30m in 2022

Specialist wearables are expected to grow over 25 times faster than typical activity trackers, according to Juniper research.