In this perilous time, there are still positives, among them social media and digital connectivity helping control panic and misinformation, and a renewed awareness of the value of community.
The Iowa Caucus app debacle reveals there is little real technology literacy, just technology functionality.
Telkom has never offered to replace my ADSL with fibre. Does it even want the business?
The attacks on Libra, Facebook’s proposed crypto-currency, reveal the financial world’s fear of losing control.
Three words can give you any location on the globe. Genius. But can a great idea survive its funding model?
New submarine cables are headed to SA. But do we need the extra capacity? ITWeb contributor James Francis investigates.
Google revoking Huawei's Android licence is a dramatic move, sparking much speculation, but is it unfair?
The gravitas of the Competition Commission report opens a new front in the #DataMustFall battle.
Merging Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and Instagram is a risky gamble and there isn't a good enough reason to do so.
What columnist James Francis would like to see happen, technology-wise, in the year ahead of us.
If ADSL is making a loss, at least let it make a meaningful loss that challenges SA's data norms.
Meltdown and Spectre - two errors found in CPUs - are scary flaws. How impacted are you and I?