Microsoft to buy gaming firm Activision Blizzard for $68.7bn
No relief from semiconductor shortages in 2022
A perfect storm of risk factors will result in global electronic component supply chain constraints lingering until 2023 and beyond, says ABI Research.
Hybrid work, education get 4K+ boost with Surface Hub 2S
The all-in-one collaboration device brings remote participants into the conference room.
Ransomware sets its sights on IOT/OT
Ransomware attacks can not only cost companies money and lose business, they can also put human lives at risk in the OT/IOT environment, says Tumi Masobe, business development manager at Axiz.
Wisenet named a finalist in Cloud Awards
The company has been shortlisted in the category “Best Software as a Service – outside USA”.
App trends to watch in 2022
On a practical level, 5G will make mobile payments quicker and more secure as biometric data for identification can be managed more seamlessly.
Acer SA country manager eyes market share growth
Glenn Du Toit will be responsible for growing Acer SA’s brand equity in various sectors of the industry.
Building blocks of a cloud-native AI data centre – part I
Cloud-native supercomputer architecture aims to maintain the fastest possible compute, storage and network performance while meeting cloud services requirements, says Werner Coetzee, business development executive at Data Sciences Corporation.
Where mobility meets manageability
Choosing the right compute technology for the future of work.
LG joins IBM’s Quantum Network
By joining the IBM Quantum Network, LG will receive access to IBM’s quantum computing systems and explore emerging quantum applications.
ASUS presents Incredible Unfolds at CES 2022
The company unveiled the Zenbook 17 Fold OLED and the commemorative Zenbook 14X OLED Space Edition.
ASUS Republic of Gamers introduces new gaming laptops at CES 2022
An overhauled Zephyrus Duo 16, remodelled Zephyrus G14, Strix series and new Flow Z13 gaming tablet debut at this year’s showcase.