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Mobile tech is going to the dogs... literally
Mobile tech is going to the dogs... literally
Is your dog getting enough exercise? Who will change your cat's litter box while you are away on holiday?
Malaysia's flying car plan jets into controversy
Malaysia's flying car plan jets into controversy
Malaysia plans to launch a flying car, a minister has said, sparking a flood of mockery in a country with a chequered history when it comes to...
Stalwarts shop for education ideas
Stalwarts shop for education ideas
In a swanky ballroom at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Hong Kong, Higher Education Minister Naledi Pandor and freedom fighter, former Mozambican...
Technology can uplift world’s ‘bottom billion’
Technology can uplift world’s ‘bottom billion’
Technology is often oversold as either a panacea for the world’s problems or a curse inflicting disruption and displacement on the most vulnerable. Historically, neither of these characterisations is accurate. ...
Why is democracy faltering?
Why is democracy faltering?
Jair Bolsonaro, the newly elected Brazilian president, is a far-right, gun-loving, media-baiting hyper-nationalist. The fact that he would be right...
Latin America is spawning tech ‘unicorns’
Latin America is spawning tech ‘unicorns’
Nubank is the online bank with the greatest number of clients outside of Asia. Fellow Brazilian startup 99 is a platform that connects 300 000...
​Shaping creative business minds for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
​Shaping creative business minds for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
With smart technologies disrupting industries and changing the way we see and experience the world, the future workplace looks very different to...
Microsoft co-founder, investor, philanthropist Paul Allen dead at 65
Microsoft co-founder, investor, philanthropist Paul Allen dead at 65
Paul Allen, who founded Microsoft with Bill Gates in the 1970s and later went on to become an investor, philanthropist and sports team owner, died...
Millennials’ wants will change work
Millennials’ wants will change work
In a small town called Lysaker, on the outskirts of Oslo, lies Cisco’s research and development (R&D) facility, which houses more than 350...
‘Technology is not for women’
‘Technology is not for women’
Maputo — During her first week of computer literacy training, Atija Jossias, 24, would ask a colleague...
IoT tech fires up savvy SA start-ups
IoT tech fires up savvy SA start-ups
As what has been called the coldest day of 2018 swept across Johannesburg on Tuesday, dozens of people found themselves destitute after their homes...
A French revolution in the making
A French revolution in the making
Forget food, fashion and luxury, France believes it has a new image to sell: innovation.

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