Brave Software, makers of the innovative Brave browser which combines privacy with a blockchain-based digital advertising platform, announced the official launch of Brave 1.0.
Anyone can report any piece of content on Facebook, including posts, comments, pages, groups, stories and personal profiles. Here’s what you need to know.
Facebook’s Community Standards and moderating teams have been a centre point in conversations ever since the platform removed the iconic ‘Napalm Girl’ image.
To be among the Top 10 wealthiest Instagram users, you need to be a football player or a member of the Kardashian-Jenner family.
Algorithms are just pieces of the vast and complex sociotechnical system that is YouTube. There is so far little empirical evidence on their role in processes of radicalisation.
So, e-tolls are here to stay and Gwede Mantashe is embroiled in a love triangle. This is what South Africans searched on Google this week.
The ban will even the playing field in the political sphere.
BERT will help the search engine to understand 1 in 10 of all the things asked.
With Android 10 ushering in the age of dark mode for Google and their apps, Gmail looks to be the latest tool to get a night mode makeover.
Ah, load shedding… Welcome back! This is what South Africans searched on Google this week.
This is what South Africans searched on Google this week.
Kasperky discovered the malware in April 2019.
Facebook is committed to working towards making its platforms safe for teenagers.
Thanks to social media, most of what we do every day ends up on the Internet in some form or the other. Here are a few things you should not share online.
Yep, calendar spam is now a thing. Here’s how to protect your digital calendar from spam and advertisements.
Google Maps now includes the information of speed trap alerts in more than 40 countries. Speed trap warnings will pop up in the navigation app.
Internet artist Guo O Dong created a laptop that contains the six most dangerous pieces of malware in existence. And someone paid nearly R19m for it.
Google is rolling out a feature that will automatically delete some of the information it has on you. The new feature gives you more control over your data.