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SingularityU South Africa Summit 2020 set to future proof Africa

SingularityU South Africa Summit 2020 set to future proof Africa

The fourth annual SingularityU South Africa Summit takes place on 14 & 15 October, purely online. With over 100 speakers, fifteen workshops, four stages,...

DX – thriving in the time of transformational chaos

DX – thriving in the time of transformational chaos

Transformational chaos can be the unplanned by-product of digital transformation (DX). The unwanted mayhem that arises when the business moves from established order and...

What if ‘home’ is not a safe place to be during lockdown?

What if ‘home’ is not a safe place to be during lockdown?

“South Africa went into a 21-day lockdown period on 27 March, in a drastic attempt to curb the spread of the devastating COVID-19. Although...

Hands-on with the Galaxy S20

Hands-on with the Galaxy S20

A next-generation device built for a new generation of users, the Galaxy S20 was created to empower us to communicate and express ourselves in...

Secure ride sharing platform launches locally

Secure ride sharing platform launches locally

The Afri Ride app, a secure ride sharing mobile app with tailor-made solutions for the African travelling community, is now available in South Africa,...

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean: good vibrations

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean: good vibrations

With oral health month wrapping up here locally in October, it seemed fitting to put up a little something in honour of our mouths....

Galaxy Fold – A Smartphone. A Tablet. Folded into one.

Galaxy Fold – A Smartphone. A Tablet. Folded into one.

Samsung this month unveiled the highly anticipated Galaxy Fold, which in turn has perhaps paved the way for a new mobile category, foldable devices.

The...

G8XTHINQ coming soon, says LG

G8XTHINQ coming soon, says LG

My friends at LG Electronics (LG) South Africa just sent me this and I couldn’t wait to share it with you. LG  has announced...

Deloitte: AI won’t replace human skill

Deloitte: AI won’t replace human skill

Artificial Intelligence (AI) will replace the need for a human workforce, is a misconception, says Wessel Oosthuizen, Senior Manager, TMT, Deloitte Africa. AI is...

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