An incredibly rare 45-year-old Apple computer could be yours for a cool $1.5-million (R22.4-million). A “working” Apple-1 computer, one of the first computers launched by the Â company in 1976 is available for sale on eBay The relic holds a very special place in the hearts of many Apple fans. Legend has it that the computers […]
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Vlad Tenev, chief executive of embattled stock trading platform Robinhood, has denied claims the decision to place limits on the trading of GameStop and other stocks was influenced by institutional investors. Asked by Elon Musk in an interview this morning whether large financial institutions, such as Citadel Securities, had conspired with regulators to squash the […]
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As we settle into yet another lockdown, brands are facing two unfamiliar scenarios that are running concurrently and each providing their own challenges. Firstly they are fighting for the attention of an audience that is a combination of fatigued, dispirited, bored and stressed, and they are doing so in the face of an increasingly shallow […]
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While the desktop versions of Chrome have included support for tab grouping for quite a while now, Google has been slow to bring the same feature to the mobile editions of its browser. But now this is starting to change. The company is in the process of rolling out two major tab-related changed to Chrome […]
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It seems that Microsoft Teams has not just become extremely popular as a workplace tool â€“ it is increasingly being used for educational purposes as well, with over 100 million students now using the collaboration tool. It is clear that the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact that it has had on face-to-face learning has resulted […]
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While PC and console gamers may roll their eyes at the thought, cloud gaming is now a viable alternative. Leading the pack is Google Stadia, which doesnâ€™t need anything but a browser and a controller â€” no expensive hardware purchases are required on your end. But Stadia isnâ€™t alone in the cloud gaming space. Shadow […]
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Private cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin could be banned in India according to new government legislation. Legislative agenda listed by the Government of India in the ongoing Budget session shows that it plans to introduce a law to ban the purchase and ownership of private cryptocurrencies. Dubbed â€œThe Cryptocurrency and Regulation of Official Digital Currency Bill, […]
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Windows 10â€™s next feature update might arrive later than the first upgrade of the year normally would, at least according to the latest leak. Windows 10 21H1 could pitch up in June, according to a Chromium code commit from a Microsoft software engineer, which read: â€œThe Windows Release coming out this June 2021 has a […]
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In the last two years, a whole new industry has emerged within the blockchain and cryptocurrency universe, that of decentralized finance (or DeFi for short). Built predominantly on the Ethereum blockchain, DeFi is the crystallization of ambitions held by the architects of cryptocurrencies, to build a fully fledged financial system controlled by no single entity. […]
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Fintech app users may be getting into more trouble than they expected by using free services that sell on their data, a new report has revealed. Research from security firm ESET found that fintech apps were more likely to sell on user information than services from other sectors, with 50% of consumers saying they did […]
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