TomTom’s traffic index revealed that Capetonians are these days sleeping in for an extra hour, unlike those who have to navigate the hustle and bustle of Johannesburg.
Data scientists set out to discover which cities around the world have the bluest sky when Cape Town took the number one spot in Africa.
You could be the victim of a targeted spam attack.
The changes follow after major mobile operators were ordered by the Competition Commission to reduce data rates.
Experts warn that Microsoft Teams track a vast amount of user data.
The leaked data relates to a small portion of Absa South Africa’s customer base. Investigations are continuing.
Apple has gone on a mission by giving users more control over their data. Here is what you need to know.
Even though the data breach at Razer includes no sensitive information, the compromised data could still be used in future phishing attacks.
UWC has responded to the #UWCMustFall hashtag, addressing the issues of exams and a lack of student resources.
Blade Nzimande said NSFAS students, including Funza Lushaka students, will receive free data for three months, starting on 1 June.
The removal of three key paragraphs from the National Disaster Act now allows mobile companies to increase the price of their products during lockdown.
Data is indeed falling, with MTN the latest data giant to announce cuts to its data costs following on from Vodacom.
Around 85% of employers in South Africa say they expect to make no changes to their payrolls in 2020.
The Commission announced massive cuts to data, placing essential services at the fingertips of South Africans.
Generation Z teenagers are giving Instagram a run for its money by bombarding the platform with user data and confusing its algorithms. Here’s how they do it.
Data Privacy Day, also known as Data Protection Day, was observed on 28 January 2020. The event has been commemorated for 12 years and was launched to raise awareness about privacy and data.
Data Privacy Day, also known as Data Protection Day in some parts of the world, is an international event that takes place annually on 28 January.
Facebook is investigating a report that a database containing names and phone numbers of more than 267 million users was exposed online.
The competition commission said on Monday 2 December 2019, after releasing their final report on data prices, that it’s far too expensive.
A group calling themselves “Shadow Kill Hackers” has infiltrated the City of Joburg and its online services. A few of SA banks may also have been breached.
Standard Bank have been forced to remove their online advertisement for five different data plans, after they were found to have mislead customers.
Governments are attempting to regulate tech giants, but the digital disruption genie is already out of the bottle.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has told academics that national government needs their help in order to turn the South African economy around.