Computing
2:30
2 hours ago

Companies oblivious to IOT threats

According to Trend Micro research, only 14% of respondents say they have complete organisational awareness of Internet of things threats.

2:30
Yesterday

Local innovator develops HoloDome

The HoloDome allows multiple people to experience 360-degree content in 4K resolution without the need of a VR headset.

4:10

Virtual reality to revolutionise safe skills development

The emerging tech is increasingly being used to train workers on safety measures, as the visceral experiences are better for memory retention.

1:30

Ekurhuleni urges residents to collect smart IDs

The city calls on residents to collect their identity documents, as over 19 000 microchip-embedded cards gather dust at its home affairs office.

2:30

ASUS dominates European Technology Awards

The company scooped 23 awards in the European Hardware Association Community Awards, Hardware.Info Community Awards, and KitGuru Reader Awards 2018.

3:30

SA astronomers go open source for massive MeerKAT data

The South African Radio Astronomy Observatory will use open source technology to store and retrieve the huge volumes of data from the MeerKAT radio telescope.

2:00

Ivanti simplifies endpoint software distribution

Ivanti Package Studio offers pre-packaged content for simplified endpoint software distribution.

2:50
Wednesday

Huawei Cloud services coming to Africa in early 2019

Huawei Cloud services will officially become available in SA by the beginning of next year, as the group works towards opening its first African data centre in Johannesburg.

2:40

SA's fleet telematics firms eye massive gains

South Africa is a relatively mature telematics market and the penetration is comparably high, says Berg Insight.

3:10

High demand for tech skills as African cities smarten up

Data scientists, analysts and cloud specialists are sought-after as the market pushes for an open IOT ecosystem on the continent.

2:10
13 Nov

Tablet market to take a knock

Global shipments of entry-level devices will grow weaker due to the rise of smart speakers and unfavourable forex rates, says TrendForce.