Lauren made the move to online journalism after a stint with broadsheets in Durban. She now writes about the different ways businesses are embracing digital transformation, how small start-ups are disrupting big industry, and how the machines are slowing taking over. She investigates the far flung corners of the web and interrogates the algorithms our social lives revolve around. She researches emerging technologies and puts into words how 21st century living, more and more, resembles a scene in a science fiction novel.
Mastercard has unveiled a digital infrastructure platform that will enable individuals, without formal identification, to access a variety of services and benefits.
Apple announces its all-new Mac Pro and separate 6K display with a specialised stand, all sold separately, amounting to more than R175 000.
The tech conglomerate will separate iTunes into three separate apps: Apple Music, Podcasts and Apple TV, in a bid to simplify the offering.
Apple’s online music store and audio storage facility, iTunes, is rumoured to be shutting down, with Apple choosing to split the service into separate apps.
Smartphone sales decreased globally in the first quarter, although Chinese manufacturer Huawei achieved the highest year-over-year growth.
The global podcast company will acquire podcast technology firm, Pippa, for an undisclosed amount.
Samsung seeded a few early review units of its Galaxy Fold to journalists, who have found the foldable screens break after a few days of use.
The enterprise software company hopes its new building in Woodmead, Johannesburg, will entice the best talent in the country.
The tech company launches Apple Arcade and News+ subscription services for Apple customers that will provide access to hundreds of original games and news titles.
Apple announces a credit card offering that does not charge fees, helps users manage their finances better and gives cash-back rewards.
Apple unveils a subscription-based video-streaming platform featuring some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry.