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Drones are making airspace more dangerous

Drones are making airspace more dangerous

The use of drones (remotely piloted aircraft systems) is forecast to grow exponentially – and is posing an increasing challenge for users of the airspace

Hardware - By News24Wire | 11 December, 2015
Apple made R14 billion in profit every week in 2015

Apple made R14 billion in profit every week in 2015

Apple has recorded the largest profit in corporate history, along with almost a quarter of a trillion dollars in revenue.

Hardware - By Staff Writer | 28 October, 2015
Tablets won’t magically make education better: expert

Tablets won’t magically make education better: expert

New tablet technology will not automatically result in better education – and policy should dictate a robust technology approach in schools, says a local expert.

Hardware - By News24Wire | 28 July, 2015
Beware of remote jamming which puts your car at risk

Beware of remote jamming which puts your car at risk

Here is how criminals “block” your car remote signal and stop you from locking your car and activating your alarm.

Hardware - By MyBroadband | 27 June, 2015
Mercedes launches Tesla home battery competitor

Mercedes launches Tesla home battery competitor

Mercedes-Benz has launched a competitor to Tesla’s Powerwall, in the hope of powering your home.

Hardware - By MyBroadband | 10 June, 2015
Watch drones fight crime in the City of Cape Town

Watch drones fight crime in the City of Cape Town

Watch the City of Cape Town testing drones in the fight against crime.

Hardware - By MyBroadband | 23 May, 2015
South Africa eyes legalised drones

South Africa eyes legalised drones

The Director of the SA Civil Aviation Authority announced that South Africa will introduce new regulations to help regulate drones.

Hardware - By MyBroadband | 18 May, 2015
Altron restructure on the cards after R60-million loss

Altron restructure on the cards after R60-million loss

JSE-listed Allied Electronics Corporation Limited has announced that it will restructure its business, following a R60-million loss.

Hardware - By Staff Writer | 13 May, 2015
Cape Town tests crime fighting drones

Cape Town tests crime fighting drones

Crime fighting drones could feature in the City of Cape Town protecting citizens even in the cover of night.

Hardware - By MyBroadband | 12 May, 2015
New battery tech will change how we use power

New battery tech will change how we use power

The spread of cost-effective batteries will fundamentally change the way the electric grid operates.

Hardware - By The Conversation | 1 May, 2015
Killer robots in the cross hairs of international law

Killer robots in the cross hairs of international law

The future of “killer robots” remains uncertain following a week-long meeting in Geneva to discuss their legality.

Hardware - By The Conversation | 26 April, 2015
Global PC market slips in 2015

Global PC market slips in 2015

The global PC market beat expectations in the first quarter of 2015, but still continued showed a sizable decline.

Hardware - By Staff Writer | 26 April, 2015
These incredible recipes were created by a computer

These incredible recipes were created by a computer

IBM has teamed up with professional chefs to publish a cookbook with a twist: all the recipes were developed by the company’s Watson computer.

Hardware - By Staff Writer | 12 April, 2015
What the duck? Why computers suck at predicting human behaviour

What the duck? Why computers suck at predicting human behaviour

We trust the machines to predict the way we text, the way we search and even the way we live – but sometimes they let us down. So what’s going on?

Hardware - By The Conversation | 3 April, 2015
How technology is messing up your sleep

How technology is messing up your sleep

We all suffer from too little sleep from time to time, and using technology before going to sleep is a possible culprit.

Hardware - By The Conversation | 21 March, 2015
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