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18 March 2018 2:15 PM Officials say 1 body found after Kenya building collapse

Nairobi - A Kenyan official says a male body has been recovered from the rubble of a building collapse as search and rescue work was called off. Nairobi's police chief Joseph ole Tito said on Sunday the operation had been completed in the debris of the four-story guest house that collapsed Saturday morning in Ruai area on the outskirts of the capital 29

19 February 2018 6:44 PM City of Cape Town welcomes 'major court victory for preservation of water sources'

Cape Town – A ruling by the Western Cape High Court has been described as "a watershed ruling" for the preservation of Cape Town's rivers, floodplains, and wetlands. The judgment refers to a case in which the City approached the courts to order Really Useful Investments, a developer of the Hout Bay Beach Club, to remove infilling material from the floodplain 40

01 November 2017 4:46 PM Signal Messenger Now Has A Standalone Desktop App

Open Whisper Systems (OWS), the non-profit that develops the Signal messenger and its end-to-end encryption protocol, released a new standalone desktop application that will replace the existing Signal Chrome App. The move comes as Google is preparing to end support for Chrome Apps in its browser. At the time, the company said that Chrome apps would 68

01 November 2017 10:14 AM Vodacom says NarrowBand IoT network now commercially available

Vodacom’s NarrowBand Internet of Things (NB-IoT) network is now operational in Gauteng. The company said it is the first South African mobile network provider to launch a commercially-available NB-IoT network. Vodacom currently averages 55,000 new IoT connections per month, and expects the commercial rollout of the network to increase the adoption of IoT devices 35

01 November 2017 6:20 AM Locally developed dating app lets you flirt with voice messages

The only reason I’m writing this story is because this dating app was developed here in South Africa. Okay the idea is pretty cool as well. The app in question is Voicy and it allows users to browse profiles and then send them voice notes. Call me a cynic but this feature feels like its going to be abused. Local mobile app developers Rate ‘n Date Mobile 61

27 October 2017 4:31 AM Dubai: the Guptas' city of shells

Johannesburg - On the surface, Dubai is one of the world’s great success stories. Its towering skyscrapers and glaring opulence bear testimony to a desert boom-town that has experienced nearly unrivalled economic growth in the last few decades. But the shiny office blocks, luxury hotels and colossal shopping malls conceal a decidedly seedier side to the city; a darker 328

24 October 2017 2:49 PM Google wants to help developers make better websites

Developers can now see how their site’s UX compares to others. The report offers up data from 10,000 origins and lets developers see how Chrome users experience the web from a wide variety of hardware, software and networks. Google hopes the report will help developers see where they're doing well, identify areas for improvement and identify trends and advancements 62

16 October 2017 7:22 AM Google upgrades Android instant apps

Android Instant Apps SDK 1.1 lets developers give users configurations that only target specific device profiles based on the display, chip architecture, and language. “We currently support configuration APKs for display density, CPU architecture (ABI), and language. With these, we have seen an average reduction of 10% in the size of the binaries loaded 65

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 64

13 October 2017 7:13 AM Amazon Web Services announces Gluon deep learning interface

Amazon Web Services and Microsoft have announced their collaboration on a software library called Gluon. It is aimed at making deep learning accessible to developers, and allows them to prototype, build, train, and deploy machine learning models for the cloud, devices at the edge, and mobile apps. “With the Gluon interface, developers can build machine 75