Rumour has it that, with a host of new features, the Apple WatchOS 7 is destined to be a game-changer.
Narratiive has released its website traffic statistics for July, revealing the largest online publishers in South Africa.
Back in 1996, Bill Gates was the only tech business owner amongst the world’s 10 richest people. That has all changed pretty quickly.
Apple’s highly anticipated augmented reality glasses might be coming your way sooner than expected, and people are understandably excited.
A tech billionaire and his wife have set a new Australian record for the most expensive property ever sold. Good on ya, mate.
Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has dropped a massive truth bomb about population growth in Africa, the future of technology, and the next big pandemic, ‘Disease X’.
It’s all fun and games to make fun of teens who are glued to their phones, but the facts point towards a looming mental health crisis.
Feeling exhausted and overworked? Perhaps it’s time to focus on an alternative work schedule, one that encourages employees to get their mind off work live the holiday.
Cyberattack spreads across world. More dead in CT club war. Startup raises $500m to build Matrix. Trump’s backlash surprise. Wikileaks’ $100k for Comey tapes. Diana’s lover heart attack. Beckham buying island. The Crown loses. N.Korea did it again.
Every wondered what an intern position at one of the world’s biggest tech companies pays? Well, here’s something to make your Friday a whole lot worse.
The similarities of the ‘Kairos Society’ to the exclusive underground tech entrepreneur members’ club in Cape Town is hard to ignore.
One thing is for sure, which is that the African market can be a volatile one. Some failed predictions are pretty decent evidence of that.
Cybercrime is damn scary – but if you thought you had heard the worst of it, what with people spying on you through your computer’s camera or your family finding out you are having an affair via a mass data leak, you have no idea.
The odd wrong number, a silly story someone thinks needs covering, these are part and parcel of the business of running a news platform.
Another year, another list of impending challenges for both companies and individuals – but this time, two new sources of stress for local businesses have entered the realm and altogether it’s not looking pretty.
There are certain things in life that are ticking time bombs, and dealing with some type of IT problem is about as sure a thing as you’ll get. Ready yourselves.
Yeah, you’re pretty sure you have most of your important stuff stored somewhere on a hard drive, right? Best you check, because the wheels can really come off.
With a recent funding round providing a further two years of startup growth, South Africa’s fastest growing social network has never been more exciting.
I enjoy apps like Instagram and Pinterest, but they’re not adding anything particularly useful to my life. They’re not making me more efficient, you see.
Brain implant lets paralysed man use hand. Guptas face JSE delisting. Stairway to Heaven copyright trial. Global steel demand falls. Bill Gates will stop polio by next year. Napster founder to annihilate cancer. Novak Djokovic shock. Austria to seize Hitler’s birth home. Will Smith had loaded gun the night he was killed. Rihanna equals Beatles record. New York City bank heist. Meet the celeb sex tape broker.
Tinder is possibly the biggest dating app in the world and the company is making changes to make it just a little more in tune.
The Kardashian sisters are princesses in their mother/queen/manager-led kingdom: a world that thrives in personal brand management over actual talent.
Digicape are South Africa’s Apple experts and now they’re offering a whopping 30% off a range of products. It’s the Command S Sale and you’ll want to get involved.
Google are well on their way to developing a robot that very closely resembles us humans. Of course their intentions are good but we’ve all seen enough movies to wonder.
Before you think this will require some elaborate set of skills that are far beyond your capabilities give this video a watch. Seems like it shouldn’t be all that hard.
‘Come on, join the revolution’ they said, ‘it will be fun’ they said. Now they, the friends who punted Google+ like it was the bee’s knees, are watching the site die a slow death.
That awkward moment when Facebook suggests friends and it happens to be someone you thought was already a friend is set to be a thing of the past.