Bob van Dijk has R65 Billion in Cash. The Boss of Prosus is Hunting for Buys

There is no doubt that Bob van Dijk, the CEO of Prosus, wants to make a big acquisition. The Dutch arm of South African...
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Ten Hot Consumer Trends 2030 – The Internet of Senses

Consumers expect an array of beneficial services from connected technology interacting with our senses of sight, sound, taste, smell and touch to be a...

Car Dashboards Will Soon Be Able To Locate Open Parking Spaces

Enhanced automobile displays will soon be able to locate open parking spaces, see-through obstructions, and coach drivers into safer operation visually, using the world...

How Artificial Intelligence Will Find its Way Into Brick-and-Mortar Retail

By Ben Dickson It’s fair to say that artificial intelligence has helped online shopping take huge leaps and leave brick-and-mortar retail behind in terms of innovation and efficiency....

What’s The Difference Between VR, AR and MR?

by Ben Dickson Are we living in a simulation? This laughed-at notion is becoming increasingly acceptable as technological advances are blurring the boundaries between reality...

FNB Introduces Augmented Reality on its Banking App

by Staff Writer Walking down Melrose Arch wanting to buy something at your favourite clothing retailer, such as Tiger of Sweden, and trying to locate...

BMW Moves Into Augmented Reality

BMW i is the first automotive brand in the world to offer customers an interactive, 3-D augmented reality experience of their products in a...

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Capitec Introduces All-In-One ‘Scan to Pay’ (QR code) Functionality

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Vodacom to Halve Its Carbon Footprint by 2025

Vodacom - which generates less than 2 metric tons of carbon per terabyte of data a year - says it plans to halve its...

Takealot.com, M-Pesa and Jumia Join BCG’s Top 100 Tech Challengers

Safaricom’s mobile money service M-Pesa, Nigeria’s e-commerce sites Jumia and South Africa’s Takealot.com are picked as 100 tech challengers by global management firm Boston...