South African technology companies offer their employees many cool and surprising perks, like a concierge service and free swimming lessons.
Reacting with knee-jerk reductivism to Vodacom and MTN’s call for OTTs to be regulated in South Africa will make you miss the bigger picture.
Don’t be that person buying a squashed box of chocolates from the garage on Sunday morning – order your Valentine’s gifts online.
Sabinet’s agreement with Publishing Technology will completely enhance the way SA ePublications is delivered, accessed and consumed. Here’s how.
Commvault software integrations with Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor provide organisations easier, more flexible solutions to meet the needs of the most challenging workloads.
Naked ADSL is on the cards in South Africa – a service which local Internet service providers have been asking for for years.
The latest MyBroadband survey reveals the most popular broadband connections, Internet service providers, and ADSL account types of South African techies.
The Democratic Alliance is planning a radical South African Government shake-up, with only 15 ministers. Here is how the ANC and DA cabinets compare.
To celebrate Safer Internet Day, Google is giving away free cloud storage to anyone with a Google account.
Directel has announced that it will launch a new fibre Internet service in a handful of Metrofibre areas.
There may be a link between improved preconditions for learning and aerobic exercise.
South African pricing is out for the BMW M2 Coupe.
When it comes to technology, you can’t beat Game on a well-considered range of devices and gadgets that cater to the South African consumers’ needs.
With an economy expected to deteriorate, South Africa is preparing for an uneasy year. Higher inflation, introduction of new taxes, and a reduction of job openings, are the prospects for 2016.
Archive.org has published a collection of arcane malware from the 80s and 90s.
Telkom is offering “one million Megabytes” of free data to small and medium business customers.
Torrents Time has stated that it is “revolutionising the world of torrents”.
Oculus has launched a range of Rift-Ready PCs – guaranteed to give users an “incredible” VR experience.
Fed-up songwriters have issued mobile network MTN a ‘take-down’ notice to remove music from its stores as of today.
Hoefler & Co has unveiled a new font called Operator, which is aimed at making coding easier.
The use of an SMS that directs Gauteng e-toll users to pay outstanding fees is illegal, said Outa on Wednesday.
Twitter has founded a Trust and Safety Council, which forms part of its strategy to ensure that people feel safe expressing themselves on the platform.
Google plans to go 100% HTML5 and kill all ads built in Flash in the process.
The days of using paper tickets at parking bays could be numbered if a local start-up has its way.
Usain Bolt and Telkom have paired up to launch a new commercial for Boltspeed Fibre.