FNB has expanded on its (actually pretty useful) nav» functionality on the FNB App by allowing customers to set and track their health and fitness goals.
if you use Zoom video conferencing software on your Mac computer, any website you're visiting in your web browser can turn on your device camera without your permission.
Auto-maker Porsche has launched its own augmented reality app which lets your preview one of their cars just about anywhere. Like in your driveway.
There's a new ride-hailing service in Johannesburg, and it lets you negotiate your fare with the driver.
Creative Park is designed with children in mind. It’s an easy to use online service open to everyone and it lets you create your own personalised greeting cards, calendars, 3D paper models and other fun crafts. The opportunities to be creative with paper and print are almost endless.
Bolt, the recently rebranded ride-hailing platform, is planning to launch its food delivery system soon -- somthing that could come in handy once load shedding hits again.
Ride-sharing services like Uber have made the drive home after a night out a safer experience but there is something that we could do without: surge pricing. A new ride-sharing service, called inDriver, that’s just launched in South Africa, reckons it might have the answer to that — haggling. More or less. inDriver, a service that was pioneered thanks to a reaction to surge pricing on ...[Read More]
Have you noticed the increasing number of pop-ups asking you to consent or “agree” when you visit a website? Do you find these annoying and tend to just click accept without reading the policies? So do most people, and here’s why that’s a problem. By “agreeing” to any of these particular policies, you are effectively allowing a website or app to collect various types of data on you that could viol...[Read More]