We’ve seen how technology can make insurance simpler and more affordable, so why is insurance still so costly across the board?
During his SONA 2021 reply, President Ramaphosa confirmed after a decade of research, the country is ready to embrace hydrogen fuel.
The Student Hub will now be better equipped to help local TVET colleges thanks to the recent investment from Naspers.
Democrats within the House Judiciary subcommittee submitted a 449 page antitrust report on four Big Tech firms and why they should be broken up.
Some ground work needs to be done before we can have a functional system that allows you to visit any doctor in the country without filing more paperwork.
YBuy offers up access to new tech at a discounted rate, it will even manage data use of those devices if you need it to.
Following news of a delay in its 7nm production, Intel has announced a separation of its Technology, Systems Architecture and Client Group into different teams.
A recent survey by the Lenovo Data Center Group revealed that 47 percent of IT managers surveyed said that users struggled to embrace new technology.
The Capitec virtual hackathon is looking for tech solutions that are aimed at helping South Africans post-COVID-19.
Both organisations have signed a framework agreement to collaborate on projects of mutual interest for local industries.
The Apple CEO and his company need to make good on what it is promising.
The National Cyber Security Centre is trying to move away from using terms which could be considered racially charged.
IFA is going ahead with “an innovative new concept” for this year’s event, we just don’t know what that is exactly.
Wootware is open for business during lockdown but should tech have been considered an essential good from the beginning? We say yes.
Dimension Data’s Saturday School programme has expanded as a pilot programme for now but the firm hopes to reach more provinces in 2021.
Automation, edge computing and the dawn of the home office are all trends set to shape 2020 according to Veritas Technologies.
Colin Timmis, general country manager at Xero SA, looks at the technology that SMEs will be leveraging in 2020 and years to come.
It appears as if CIOs have too much on their plate and not enough business support according to survey results from Logicalis.