The 2016 Cloud and Hosting Conference attracted a record number of delegates, and provided a platform for IT executives and managers to interact with cloud and hosting providers.
Vodacom has been asked to withhold a full payment to the employee credited with inventing the operator’s Please Call Me service.
The price of new video games has risen sharply in South Africa.
VMware Workspace ONE offers a simple and secure enterprise platform that delivers a digital workspace, integrating identity, device management and application delivery.
Blizzard Entertainment’s futuristic team-based shooter is now available locally on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
The South African Banking Risk Information Centre has shared information on how individuals can protect themselves against cyber criminals.
This is how much the SABC has spent on its in-house choir over the last two years.
From properties and businesses to crazy-expensive consumer goods, you don’t have to go to the dark web to find offbeat stuff to buy online.
Vodacom has overhauled its fibre-to-the-home packages, offering customers cheaper data prices across its range of line speeds.
Sabric has said that fraudsters are resorting to more subtle ways of stealing the personal information of South Africans, which can lead to their bank accounts being compromised.
Neotel would be one of its targets, said Seacom.
The 2016 Cloud and Hosting Conference offered IT executives, managers, and business owners a chance to interact with South Africa’s top cloud and hosting providers.
SuperSport has announced it will broadcast ELeague, featuring 18 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams competing over 10 weeks.
Integrated Development Environments have evolved to solve every problem a developer can have, and VisionMobile’s latest developer survey is figuring out why.
Homefront: The Revolution is out now in South Africa on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
PayPal will discontinue support for Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and the Amazon Fire apps.
Microsoft is “signalling the end” of its Nokia smartphone mission, writing off $950 million and letting 1,850 workers go.
Uber has answered questions about its decision to launch a cash payment option in South Africa.
Google wants phone makers and mobile networks to update devices to the latest versions of Android quicker.
Microsoft helps users protect against weak passwords by dynamically banning commonly-used combinations.
eMedia Holdings has released its financial results for the year ended 31 March 2016, revealing a sharp increase in OpenView HD subscriber numbers.
The Pirate Bay has gone back to the domain name where it started – ThePirateBay.org.
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton did not comply with the state department’s policies in her use of private email for work while secretary of state, an official audit has found.
The SABC song of appreciation includes local artists giving thanks to the 90% local music quota on the broadcaster’s radio stations.
Getting a new presidential jet seems to be unavoidable, Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula said in Parliament on Wednesday.
A new BSA The Software Alliance study pegs South Africa’s software piracy rate at 33%.