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Machine learning can transform local manufacturing industry

Machine learning is a transformative technology that can put the South African manufacturing sector on par with the best in the world, say experts.

Cape Town seeks ideas to create a smart city

The city requests ideas for technologies it can use to improve service delivery and enhance performance.

eSIM expected to end international roaming

Yesterday

Roaming has between three to five years before extinction.

Former ICASA councillor passes away

Yesterday

The regulation authority and telecoms department mourn the loss of Libby Lloyd.

Hybrid smartwatches shipments expected to soar by 460%

Global shipments of hybrid smartwatches such as Fossil Q and Nokia Steel will increase by 460% by 2020, up from 14 million in 2017.

Digital firms prevent 700m attacks in 2017

Cyber attacks continue to grow quarter-on-quarter and the attack volume has increased over 100% in two years, says ThreatMetrix.

Multi-cloud deployments help firms better optimise apps

Thursday

Multi-cloud deployments are helping organisations better optimise apps and embrace digital transformation.

Limpopo schools get tech savvy

Two high schools in the province receive computer facilities to kick-start the 2018 academic year.

Cruze Control Technologies launches support centre for AI platform

Thursday

It has launched an international support centre for Arago's general AI platform HIRO, based in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Global IT spending to reach $3.7tn in 2018

Wednesday

Businesses will continue to invest in IT as they anticipate revenue growth, but their spending patterns will shift.

Netcare continues to roll out disinfection robots countrywide

Wednesday

The healthcare group has ordered a second consignment of 'bacteria-zapping' robots for hospitals and ambulances.

De Beers turns to blockchain to guarantee diamond purity

Anglo American's diamond unit aims to launch the first industry-wide blockchain this year to track gems each time they change hands.

Maersk, IBM create blockchain-based platform

Wednesday

The platform, which is said to speed up trade and save money, will be made available to the ocean shipping industry around mid-2018.