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07 February 2018 6:47 AM False tsunami alert sent to US coasts

Chicago - A tsunami warning test was accidentally sent as a real alert to the phones of residents along the US East and Gulf Coasts and the Caribbean on Tuesday - just weeks after a false missile alert triggered panic in Hawaii. The National Weather Service issued what it characterised as a "routine test message" at approximately 08:30 (13:30 GMT), but the message 162

16 October 2017 5:20 AM Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak Launches ‘Woz U’ Online Tech Education Platform

Steve Wozniak nicknamed “The Woz” known as a coding genius and co-founder of the tech giant Apple along with late Steve Jobs has launched his online technology related education platform called “Woz U.” The platform will help people polish their skills that will ultimately lead them to a successful career in the growing tech industry. According to a press 138

18 July 2017 2:16 PM Bitcoin soars as miners finally move to solve the digital currency’s scaling problem

Bitcoin miners are signalling their intent to support a new upgrade for the bitcoin blockchain that may solve the digital currency's long-running scaling issue. Several of the largest bitcoin miners (who create new bitcoins and support the blockchain), including AntPool, BitClub, Bixin, and BitFury, have started showing their support for bitcoin 59

03 May 2017 5:37 AM Eyewitness News — Microsoft unveils Windows 10 S for its Surface laptops

NEW YORK – Microsoft Corp on Tuesday unveiled Windows 10 S, a streamlined version of its popular operating system, geared toward low-cost laptops for students, as it tries to take share from Google’s Chrome OS-run computers. The company said the Surface laptop integrated with Windows 10 S is priced from $999 and will be available for pre-order starting 66

03 May 2017 4:13 AM Microsoft, Apple Scramble to Capture US Schools After Google's Success

Microsoft's announcement of a suite of new education products on Tuesday shows the company's determination to reverse a major shift that has taken place in US classrooms in recent years: for most educators and school districts, Google's Chromebook is now the computer of choice. The Chromebook has gone from a standing start in 2011 to wild popularity 67

09 May 2016 8:25 AM LIVE: ConCourt hears arguments in landmark elections case

The Constitutional Court on Monday began hearing arguments on the status of those voters whose addresses were not on the voters’ roll. Around 12 million registered voters did not have addresses on the voters roll. The need to have voters’ addresses was an attempt to comply with a Constitutional Court ruling that by-elections held in Tlokwe in 2013 were not free and fair. The ruling 23

27 February 2016 10:21 AM In Fighting FBI, Apple Says Free Speech Rights Mean No Forced Coding

New York police officers stand outside an Apple Store on Tuesday while monitoring a pro-encryption demonstration. The Justice Department wants Apple to write special software to help it break into the iPhone used by one the San Bernardino terrorists. It's pretty well established that speech comes in many forms, says Eric Goldman, a professor at Santa 16

02 November 2015 7:57 AM Windows App Studio Release – create apps with no coding

The Windows App Studio Windows 10 Store support release is now available, allowing you to create and publish a universal Windows app. The Windows App Studio Windows 10 Store support release is now available, allowing you to create and publish a universal Windows app with no coding required. Microsoft said this release builds on the foundation created 17

02 October 2015 4:45 AM Movie Review: Stuck on Mars — it's a giggle

If it's the goal of great science fiction to boldly go where no man has gone before, an entry-level problem for The Martian is that it seems to be planting its space boots in some recently trodden turf. For Matt Damon, the whole movie is another lost-in-space pick-up attempt, after his similar part in Interstellar. For Ridley Scott, it's another disaster-strewn 33

02 September 2015 7:00 AM Web developers flock to DrupalCamp Cape Town 2015

Drupal is a popular open source development frameworks and has a community of well over 1,000,000 individuals actively contributing to its code base. Well known websites built using Drupal include the South African, UK and US government sites, publishers like the Economist and Fox News and entertainers including Lady Gaga and Bruno Mars. DrupalCamp Cape Town boasts 26