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Growth in Fintech drives growth in cyberattacks – Kaspersky

DURBAN - Africa’s Fintech sector is booming! According to reports, Africa’s Fintech ecosystem has surged 60 percent in the last two years and the continent’s Fintech...

New Wits Business School master’s course unlocks the power of innovation

Education, training and innovation are central to SA’s long-term development. This is also at the heart of the National Development Plan (NDP), which states:...

Computer password inventor dies aged 93

Computer pioneer Fernando Corbato, who first used passwords to protect user accounts, has died aged 93. Dr Corbato introduced the basic security measure while developing...

A world divided by 5G: Russia’s Huawei deal is the latest sign of an...

The United States used to look down on the Russian and Chinese internets. Seen as lagging behind technologically, they were lousy with copycat services, unable to...

Apple made 2 subtle changes to the controversial keyboard on its new MacBook Pro...

The butterfly keyboard on Apple's MacBook laptops has come under fire in recent years after some users have reported malfunctions that result in keys registering two...

SpaceX puts up 60 internet satellites

The SpaceX company has begun the roll-out of its orbiting broadband system. A Falcon-9 rocket launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida late on Thursday, packed...

WhatsApp discovers ‘targeted’ surveillance attack

Hackers were able to remotely install surveillance software on phones and other devices using a major vulnerability in messaging app WhatsApp, it has been...

Facebook sues analytics firm Rankwave over alleged data misuse

Facebook is suing a South Korean firm it accuses of unlawfully using data to sell marketing and advertising. The social network is asking a judge...

Russian firm reveals $65k amphibious mini monster truck that’s just 11 feet long

It it billed as the ultimate survival machine - and the vehicle you'd want in the event of an apocalypse. The Sherp ATV comes complete...
The remains of a 4,500-year-old ramp system have been unearthed in an ancient quarry in the Eastern Desert. Experts say such a design would have alleviated some of the burden for the workers who had to pull these huge loads

Archaeologists found ancient ramp system at site in Egypt’s Eastern Desert

Archaeologists may finally be a step closer to understanding how Egypt’s Great Pyramid was built thousands of years ago. The remains of a 4,500-year-old ramp...
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