Organisers had initially planned an in-person event for CES 2021, but with COVID-19 numbers rising, an all-digital event has been confirmed.
Cuphead has appeared briefly on the PlayStation Store for some people.
South Africans will be able to access a unique course by Microsoft and its partners next year.
After reporting an outage for a number of days, Garmin has finally said that ransomware is the cause.
As always there is a ton of new content coming to Netflix South Africa this month including new seasons of popular series.
Monday saw 7 120 new COVID-19 infections and 298 fatalities recorded in South Africa.
During lockdown more South Africans turned to online shopping as a necessity. We look at data from FNB and CM.com to see just how much South Africans have relied on ecommerce.
Telegram revives a feature most other software has abandoned.
Following its hack earlier this month, a deeper dive into Twitter and its internal workings continue to reveal several holes in its security measures.
The executive board of the IMF has approved South Africa’s COVID-19 loan application worth R70 billion, but is it worth it in the long-term?
The Trump presidency is once again targeting Section 230 as it looks to infringe upon the protections provided to social media platforms.
Carpenters, hair and makeup artists, drivers, costume designers in the local film and TV industry can start applying for a R15 000 relief grant from 3rd August.
After moving examinations online Unisa has failed to produce results again.
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.