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Insurance firms lag behind on technology

A huge chunk of Zimbabwe’s insurance firms do not have software to analyse and debunk risks associated with their business, a survey conducted by...

How Singapore is using technology to solve its water shortage

Singapore uses about 430 million gallons of water every day — a number it expects could double in the next four decades. That kind of consumption is...

Facebook hit with antitrust investigation by eight states and DC

The attorneys general of eight states and the District of Columbia are launching an antitrust investigation into Facebook (FB), New York Attorney General Letitia James announced Friday. The...

Rise of the digital natives: Bergast House

Imagine a clan of young digital innovators using technology to solve some of Zimbabwe and Africa’s unique business issues. Imagine no more! Bergast House is Zimbabwe’s...

Twitch loses streaming star Ninja to Microsoft’s Mixer

Amazon’s games streaming platform Twitch has lost one of its biggest stars - to a rival site owned by Microsoft. Tyler Blevins, known to fans...

Instagram To Become Less Of A Popularity Contest With New Update That Hides Number...

If you’ve used Instagram and you’re self-conscious then you’ve probably wondered what you can do to increase the number of likes (and followers) you...

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...
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