Web3: the internet of blockchains
The race to a decentralised, trustless internet, where data belongs to the user, is already underway. But do the hurdles belie the hype?
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The increase in remote work over the past two years has led to businesses demanding mobile notebooks more suitable to this new way of working. At the same time, they demand a notebook that offers performance at the most affordable price.
What started life as a campus-monitoring tool for social distancing is now being readied to launch into malls to provide retail management insights.
Is the metaverse just sci-fi for Africa?
A great deal more must be done technologically in Africa before the continent can truly leverage online virtual worlds.
Behind the silver screen
The business of film exhibition has come a long way since film reels were delivered to cinemas.
The network effect
We have stronger networks and greater interdependence than at any other time in history. What does this mean for Russia?
Betting on tech
In recent years, technology businesses have been a source of growth in both revenue and profitability terms. But who are the private equity firms with the most skin in the game?
The ecommerce tipping point
Buoyed by the pandemic, online retail in South Africa is finally getting competitive.
The future of coding
Faster deliverability, greater innovation? We’re moving into an era of citizen development where those without the know-how can build intelligent systems and those who are highly skilled will become even more sought after.
From Stellenbosch to Silicon Valley
After a stint running a family farm in Mpumalanga, John Solomon realised that his future was in tech. Today, he is the global head of Google’s Chromebooks division.
Talking to robots
Is there a more natural way of interacting with technology that could benefit businesses? UJ’s Devakshan Naicker thinks so.
Big tech on trial
Is it time to bring in regulation to rule over local platforms’ behaviour towards their suppliers?
A thoroughly modern lawyer
Nerushka Bowan has been mixing the fast-paced worlds of technology and innovation with the more conservative world of law.