We are living through a privacy tipping point. Technology is dramatically changing what is possible in terms of surveillance, monitoring, persistence, analysis
After a few easy open-source internet searches, Alistair Fairweather found out more about his privacy-vigilant victims than he ever thought he would.
Technology has exacerbated inequality, but instead of being stuck laying blame, we should prepare ourselves for an increasingly tech-driven world.
When Fred Cohen coined the term “computer virus”, he probably had no idea how apt it would prove nearly 30 years later, as virus makers get serious.
Calling on mobile operators to offer free airtime and change their business models because people are poor is misguided and may hurt South Africa
After a lull in new devices, 2014 promises happy geeks plugging into radical technology.
2013 was indeed a stormy year for the telecommunications industry with possibly the highlight being the firing of the communications minister, Dina Pule
Even if Amazon’s drone delivery service does not succeed, the idea it embodies is too powerful to suppress, writes Alistair Fairweather
There are still untapped opportunities for software to completely revolutionise virtually every industry on the planet, writes Alistair Fairweather