Technology

2 weeks ago | November 13, 2020

2020 Rolls-Royce Wraith: Safety features

“With state-of-the-art technology and a sturdy build all around the Rolls-Royce Wraith, it is dubious at best that any ...

4 weeks ago | October 30, 2020

EPA rating shows Tesla’s efficiency supremacy

The EPA is starting to release its ratings on 2021 electric cars, and Tesla is again showing its efficiency supremacy.

8 months ago | March 27, 2020

Telecoms sector revenue up 181 percent

The telecommunications sector annual revenue for year 2019 surged 181 percent to $4,5 billion compared to $1,6 billion ...

9 months ago | March 13, 2020

From the couch to the world . . .

For many African tech entrepreneurs, the idea of nurturing a small business and building it from the ground up into a ...

10 months ago | February 7, 2020

Britain to ban new petrol, hybrid cars

Britain will ban the sale of new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars from 2035, five years earlier than planned, in an ...

Fresh sales channel for young African traders

Catherine Oshotse, a 27-year-old entrepreneur from Lagos, Nigeria, has the internet to thank for her growing business.

1 year ago | October 11, 2019

Technological innovations make agric appealing

As climate change makes farming far tougher and young people reject it as a career, technological innovations to make ...

Transsion launches public offering on SSE’s Star market

Transsion, which has become Africa’s top-selling phone maker in the last year, launched its initial public offering on ...

1 year ago | October 4, 2019

Nigeria accounts for half of world’s mobile banking

Nigeria is a laggard in a region that accounts for half of the world’s 866 million mobile banking and payment accounts.

1 year ago | September 27, 2019

Why Africa is poised for electronic payment revolution

Moving money between neighbouring African countries using traditional payment systems often requires sending it around ...

App seeks to clean up Zim’s waste-clogged cities

Tech is coming to the rescue as the country’s Government is struggling to keep cities clean amid an economic crisis.

1 year ago | September 13, 2019

Victoria Falls never gets old!

It really doesn’t matter how many times you have seen these mighty falls, every fresh sighting is as good as your first ...

Apple bets on cameras, battery life to sell latest iPhones

Apple unveiled new iPhones with camera enhancements and improved battery life, making incremental tweaks to lure buyers ...

1 year ago | August 16, 2019

Apple faces life after iPhone. . . but still banks on its ...

Apple generated less than half of its total quarterly revenue from sales of the iPhone for the first time since 2012 — a ...

Mobile phones replace bank accounts in Africa

It doesn’t look like the hub of an online bank. But that’s what the yellow and blue metal kiosk becomes when Albert ...

1 year ago | August 2, 2019

What is facial recognition?

As a surveillance technique it’s ubiquitous, but is still a political, legal and ethical conundrum. Facial recognition ...

Leapfrogging into digital literate can give youth work

StatsSA recently released their latest unemployment figures and the news was bleak, particularly for the youth of our ...

US trade ban to impact revenue growth: Huawei

HONG KONG/SHANGHAI.  — Chinese tech giant Huawei Technologies warned on Tuesday a US trade blacklisting will impact ...

1 year ago | June 28, 2019

Are we tech ready to confront climate change?

2019 is proving to be a historic year for climate change in many ways. One of these significant moments happened in ...

Rebuilding trust in regulating technologies

Trust in governance is at an all-time low. Experts trace a first major decline in trust back to the 1970s, corresponding ...