Market research provider Euromonitor International’s highly anticipated annual report identifies the most impactful trends driving consumer behaviour, values and habits in the year ahead.
Technology continues moving at break-neck speed. Here’s what South Africans can expect in 2020.
Solutions for the elderly were prominently displayed at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) ranging from smart clothing to embedded sensors to help monitor those at risk.
The latest WhatsApp scam in South Africa involves hacking into an account and asking contacts for money. Here’s how to avoid it.
Sony is reported to be working on a ‘remastering engine’ for the PlayStation 5 that allows players to load games from PS1, PS2, PS3 and PS4.
While foldable phones were dominating the market this year, smartwatch manufacturers were toiling away in the background to bring their most innovative concepts to life.
Sony is developing a lightweight chest harness with a portable camera for athletes. The body cam is also removable and the patent includes images of the prototype for us to drool over.
Whether you kit out your luggage to the max or follow the one-bag travel lifestyle, there are certain essentials that you simply can’t do without. This pouch will solve your problems.
If recent television shows are anything to go by, we’re a little concerned about the consequences of technological development. Dystopian narratives abound.
Other than its fiery Ararat brandy, Armenia is also at the forefront of the tech revolution. The small landlocked country has a vibrant ecosystem of tech resources, and is known as the Silicon Valley of the Caucasus.
It’s been an interesting year on the tech innovation scene. From robotic dogs to self-lacing shoes, 2019 was about more than just foldable phones.
AfricaCom took place from 12 to 14 November, at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC).
Minister Ndabeni-Abrahams assured attendees that government is working on solving the issue of moving from Z83, saying “slowly and surely we will be there”.
AfricaCom takes place from 12 to 14 November at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) on 1 Lower Long Street in Cape Town.
When the new Amazon Echo Buds were first rumoured, many believed that Amazon’s true wireless earbuds would have activity tracking features.
The drone programme will be piloted in the Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal and Northern Cape.
To add to the human-like nature of the system, Google included utterances like “hmm” and “uh” to its assistant’s speech output – sounds we commonly use to signal we are listening to the conversation or that we intend to start speaking soon.
Microsoft partnered with Metro Police in eThekwini to “deter criminal activities based on data analysis”.
Attendees will be provided with emerging strategies, the latest innovative technologies, best practices, and insights from successful digital marketing campaigns.
Some screen protectors cause the phone’s accessibility to be available to anyone.
Apple was granted the patent on 15 October 2019.
Mara Phone is the first-ever smartphone made in Africa.
Yebo Fresh is a community-driven and technology-enabled shopping service that saves its customers time, money and hassle by delivering essential groceries at affordable prices.