The skin ‘responds to different gestures that mimic human emotional communication.’
The mobile network will be hosted by Cell C and MTN and target mainly people residing in rural communities.
The Duo, the smaller device encapsulating both tablet and smartphone characteristics, has an interface similar to the Neo.
Unlike Samsung’s Galaxy Fold and Huawei’s Mate X, this updated smartphone will open upwards instead of horizontally.
The question of whether South Africa would have power to even try to watch the former Bishops teacher’s videos was, however, of greater concern to them.
AI means people working with machines, not against them – expert
Valter Adao’s goal at Deloitte has been to push companies beyond potential disruption towards new opportunities for relevance, growth and expansion.
With AI, you can play and earn millions

With AI, you can play and earn millions

Several jobs arising out of the new global economy using scalable learning make it possible for people to earn millions through creativity.

New WhatsApp feature will enable you to block people from adding you to groups

If you don’t like random people adding you to groups on WhatsApp, the new ‘group privacy blacklist’ will stop strangers in your contacts list from adding you to groups.

Google has launched its new generation of smart speakers

The new Google Nest Mini is the successor to Google Home.

Samsung Galaxy Fold finally arrives in SA

The smartphone won’t take the mass market by storm, but it is going to be a massive head-turner.

UE Wonderboom 2: Keep the party afloat with this little beauty

UE Wonderboom 2: Keep the party afloat with this little beauty

When it comes to dynamite in small packages, this portable speaker lives up to its hype.

When technology really does break barriers

When technology really does break barriers

It is just crazy that in such a short space of time how far technology in the fitness industry has come.

3D printer makes meat in space

Astronauts eat meat on board that is vacuum-packed or dried on Earth but this technology could ultimately be necessary for long voyages into deep space.

SA shoutcaster reveals what it’s like to be an esports commentator

SA shoutcaster reveals what it’s like to be an esports commentator

Video gaming as a career is still far-fetched for many. How much more so, then, for live commentators of gaming?

Instagram removes Following tab that lets users stalk their friends

Removing this tab simplifies the application while keeping user activity private.

Instagram testing group story feature despite Facebook ditching it

While there’s no word on whether or not this feature will reach the public, it likely has a better chance to succeed on the image-focused Instagram over Facebook.

Tinder launches Swipe Night

Swipe Night is both a game and a show about the apocalypse where users are put into the story as a character making decisions in first person.

Microsoft gets serious with latest wireless headphones, the Surface Buds

Compared with its competition, these earbuds offer a hearty eight hours of continuous music playback while AirPods generally give users five hours.

Paralysed man walks again with brain-controlled exoskeleton

Tom Shakespeare from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine says the exoskeleton system is ‘a long way from usable clinical possibility’.

South African YouTube wildlife channel hits 1 billion views

Latest Sightings, the pioneering wildlife community started by a schoolboy, this week became the first South African YouTube channel to reach a billion views.




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