‘Think with Google’ launches for Sub-Saharan Africa
The Sub-Saharan African edition of online resources hub, Think with Google, launched this week.
Innovators, job-seekers invited to attend Campus Party Digital
The global creativity festival launches in SA, bringing together innovators and internationally-renowned speakers, including Sir Tim Berners-Lee.
Google to support black businesses, steps up diversity efforts
The company commits $175 million to back black-owned businesses following widespread protests against racial discrimination and police brutality.
Opportunities are in digital space, SA youths advised
To survive in this rapidly-changing landscape, the strategy for youth should be innovation and digital transformation, say two senior execs.
Google invites smartphone owners to test new Android 11
Google’s latest operating system promises better features, including auto-generated app suggestions, tight security and an improved share menu.
Tech giants condemn racial discrimination, George Floyd death
CEOs from Google, Snap, Apple, Facebook and SpaceX echo their support for racial justice and equality, pledging millions to charity.
Hackers prowl on Google products, SA among the targets
On any given day, Google tracks more than 270 targeted or government-backed attacker groups from more than 50 countries.
Apple, Google contact-tracing tech draws govts’ attention
The tech giants are in discussion with various public health authorities worldwide that are interested in using their contact-tracing tech to fight COVID-19.
Why it is time to migrate warehouse equipment to the latest Android OS
Honeywell's Mobility Edge unified platform ensures an extended lifecycle and enterprise-grade security for warehouse mobile computers. (local rep: Cradle Technology Services)
WCape urges public to become digital citizens during lockdown
The provincial government calls on residents to use the lockdown to learn digital skills via the I-CAN Learn platform.