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?
Initially, the iPhone X looked like a dud to me. Yet on second thought, there's something else going on here.
Augmented reality's star is finally rising in the workplace, writes James Francis.
A new month, a new make of phone. But this one may be worth keeping an eye on, writes James Francis.
It's time to open the ADSL network and subsidise Internet for everyone, writes James Francis.
James Francis places his bets on what the resurrected phone will do for Nokia's feature phone market share.
What makes the current fake news phenomenon more frightening is that there is no specific force behind it, writes James Francis.
Prosecutors gain access to a user's Gmail, fanning debate over how aggressively government may pursue data.