Nithen Naidoo, CEO of Snode Technologies, posits the use of social media data to more accurately predict acts of violence before they happen.
Facebook has once again put its care for customer privacy and data protection under the limelight and it doesn’t look good.
Looking for a Fixed LTE solution? MTN’s Made for Home packages may be just what you’re looking for.
Fitbit’s new smartwatch features an OLED display and built-in Alexa, with a new data-rich Premium service launching later this year.
A reduction in out-of-bundle rates, data usage regulations and a transition period between national roaming partners meant that Vodacom’s last quarter wasn’t as great as it could have been.
A commission will look into potential competitive behaviour from the massive ecommerce platform.
The new promotion runs until 31st August this year.
The database appears to contain data scrapped from Instagram as well as private data such as email addresses and phone numbers.
Overall the firm appears to be doing well but locally customer figures are growing slowly and data customers have left the network.
Facebook seeks legal assistance in getting a company to comply with its policies and terms of service and the truth is, this looks terrible for Facebook.
The data could not be used to identify an individual according to HMD Global.
During a server migration, Myspace lost the music of 14 million artists.
Among the top ten searches in the last week were the EFF and leader Julius Malema.
As 5G nears our doorstep, Lenovo’s new Edge Server will form a significant part of an IoT ecosystem.
Don’t set an out of bundle limit so that your airtime doesn’t get depleted as you use Facebook.
Gartner identifies 10 technology trends that will come to the fore for 2019’s data and analytics industry.
The UK Parliament’s Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee has slammed Facebook and called for increased regulation for social media companies in general.
There’s no “Rewind” style video and if we’re being honest, we’re extremely thankful for that.