Alfred needs a few improvements but being able to log faults quickly might make this a welcome solution for Eskom customers.
For Mandela Month, GirlCode is asking local organisations to donate notebooks in order to help young female learners to get into coding.
By studying variations in seismic waves, NASA has gained a better understanding of Mars’ interior.
Following this month’s REvil ransomware attack, Kaseya has a universal decryption key available to companies that have been impacted.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has outlined his vision for the platform’s future, and Bitcoin appears to be playing a big part down the line.
As we brace for a cold weekend and potential loadshedding, 14 858 cases and 433 deaths have been recorded for COVID-19 in South Africa.
Battlefield is getting massive customisation options, Grid gets The Mandalorian tech and Isaac Clarke is back.
As the 22nd October streaming/theatre release date draws closer, Warner Bros. gives us more action in the latest trailer for Dune.
As #RebuildSA efforts continue in KZN’s capital city, Uber is offering riders two free rides (up to R100 each) from tomorrow until Sunday.
While it strives to battle misinformation on its platform, the fact that Facebook only blocked the “vaccines kill” hashtag now is concerning.
Pull an extra blanket from the cupboard, Eskom has announced Stage 2 loadshedding for Thursday evening.
Twitter currently testing upvotes and downvotes on iOS devices, hoping to gather enough data to decide on whether it should be launched.
Eskom has said that should there be further losses in generating capacity it would be forced to implement loadshedding.
Announced in December last year, Salesforce has officially completed its acquisition of Slack as future collaboration is being touted.
The flood gates are now open and anybody can host a chat on Clubhouse.
The number of new fatalities remains high with 516 recorded in past 24 hours, as infections for COVID-19 in South Africa also begin to rise.
Activision Blizzard has been accused of fostering a toxic workplace by California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing.
The Digital Corporation in South Africa 2021 report from World Wide Worx shows local businesses still have a lot of work to do as regards digital transformation.