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Michelle Avenant

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Michelle Avenant is ITWeb portals journalist.


BusinessAug 2, 2016

The e-learning challenge we need to talk about

If you have this magazine in your hands, I'm sure I don't need to go over the importance of embracing e-learning as an educational method, and why it's worth all the challenges we face in implementing it.

FinancialsJul 29, 2016

Tumblr brings ads to users' blogs

The blogging platform will allow users to make money off the optional ads placed on their blogs.

SecurityJul 29, 2016

Windows update to make Cortana compulsory

The upcoming Anniversary update of Windows 10 will leave users unable to disable Cortana.

InternetJul 28, 2016

Google Play introduces family sharing

The app and media store will allow up to six people to share purchases across a range of different devices.

HardwareJul 28, 2016

Amazon sells Kickstarter products

The e-tailer now sells some of the results of successful Kickstarter crowd-funding projects.

SecurityJul 27, 2016

'Don't drive and Pokémon,' road signs warn

Electronic road signs in Melbourne, Australia warn motorists not to play Pok mon Go while driving.

ComputingJul 27, 2016

Pokémon Go banned at SA voting stations

The Independent Electoral Commission says Pok mon Go will not be allowed at voting stations on 3 August.

ComputingJul 26, 2016

Web site shows exact locations of Pokémon

Pok shows an accurate map of nearby Pok mon, complete with a countdown timer as to when they will disappear.

EnterpriseJul 26, 2016

Survey examines teleworking in SA

UCT Masters student Joseph Morrison asks IT workers for their feedback on attitudes towards working from home in SA.

ComputingJul 25, 2016

Code4CT girls explain 'Why I code'

Three high school learners discuss the value they get from coding, in a series of short videos for Code for Cape Town.

FinancialsJul 22, 2016

New Yorker catches all 142 Pokémon

We round up trends from around the world that turned our heads this week.

BusinessJul 22, 2016

Facebook fails to copy Snapchat again

The social network has binned a feature that lets users send messages that disappear after 24 hours.