The C4IR Network centres are building scalable models to positively pilot and integrate regulations in law and industry standards.
The COVID-19 pandemic has spurred governments in Latin America to try and address the digital divide, with initiatives that include lowering internet prices.
Tim Berners-Lee published the world's first website in August 1991. Today there are more than 1.8 billion websites - and the number is increasing fast.
IoT security solutions can solve one problem but create others, causing mixed feelings among researchers about certain efforts to tackle connectivity risk.
During one minute on the web 500 hours of content is uploaded to YouTube, 695,000 Instagram are stories shared and there are two million swipes on Tinder.
Lack of internet access is affecting vaccine uptake among older and vulnerable populations. What steps should governments take to improve digital access?
Consumers have switched heavily to online purchases as a result of the pandemic. Research from PwC predicts the change in shopping behaviour will be permanent.
Expert Dorothy Neufeld has analyzed the 6 different waves of innovation, from water power in 1775 to robots and drones in 2020.
Smart contracts running on blockchains can unlock new ways to fight climate change and its impact. Here are 3 examples that showcase this new technology.
On June 8, major websites across the world went down, without an immediate explanation. The outage can be put down to content delivery network, Fastly.
The map highlights thousands of the world’s most popular websites, like Google, Facebook, Youtube and Amazon by visualizing them as different “countries”.
Research, published in the Public Library of Science, is the first to reveal some long-term trends in how businesses compete in the age of the web.
Absa was launched in Johannesburg in 2019 and has now been expanded to Cape Town. Absa Group’s vision is to produce 300 graduates a year, trained in cybersecurity.
Benjamin Kaveladze from California University reflects on how online communities affect young people, to determine if they're important places of support.
Advanced technology in smart cities can play a key role in managing efficient urban expansion, but interoperability and openness are essential for success.