E-tailing in SA has yet to make a dent in retail owing to a poor online presence, but tools are becoming available to fix it, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
Those strange little square barcodes now popping up everywhere represent a quiet rebirth of QR Codes, once left for dead, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
At the Microsoft Build conference last week, the company allowed developers to get their hands on its new holographic viewing device, the HoloLens.
A survey reveals that 3G is overtaking 2G as the primary cellular technology, with 4G accounting for 56% of mobile data traffic by 2019.
Arthur Goldstuck presented a talk via Skype at the Professional Speaker’s Association of Southern Africa on the new "smart audience", here's key tips.
Arthur Goldstuck considers the various formats and price tags of the new high-end phones that have arrived in South Africa in the past few months.
During Terry Pratchett’s first visit to SA in 1999, he revealed the secret to the gadgets that helped mould the technology of his Discworld.
The announcement of Samsung Pay, in direct competition with Apple Pay, is a signal that payments with mobile devices are growing up.
Two smartphones show that even in the "bring your own device" era, there is life left in phones geared towards enterprise, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
The digital divide between developed and developing countries is no longer only about access, but in attitudes to technology, writes Arthur Goldstuck.