Windows XP is well and truly dead

Windows Embedded POSReady 2009, the last supported operating system based on Windows XP, stopped being supported as of Monday.

Zesa insists on 30% tariff hike

Zesa Holdings insists that a 30 percent tariff increase is critical to ensure the country continues to enjoy a steady supply of electricity, as there

Apple says sorry for MacBook keyboard problems

Apple has acknowledged that there are issues with "certain" MacBook keyboards and it is "sorry" for this.Following a

Zimbabwe cellular services charges to go up

The Postal and Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (Potraz) has started consulting cellular service providers on tariff increases after the Reserve

Microsoft to restrict abuse of its facial recognition AI

Microsoft Corp. is planning to implement self-designed ethical principles for its facial recognition technology by the end of March, as it urges gover

Big investor bets on tech share comeback

The top-performing Taiwanese fund manager for the past year is pushing deeper into technology in 2019 as the island looks set to benefit from trade te

'Zesa losing 3 transformers to thieves per night'

THE Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) says at least three of the power utility's transformers were being stolen every night.This, a

'Potraz is safe with Machengete,' says Kazembe

ICT and Cyber Security minister Hon Kazembe Kazembe has thrown his weight behind Potraz Director General Dr G K Machengete, stating he is confident wi

EcoCash FCA wallet transactions exempt from 2% tax

THE recently launched EcoCash Foreign Currency Account wallet is exempt from the 2 percent Intermediated Mobile Transfer Tax,

Zimbabwe smartphone penetration tops 50%

Although Zimbabwe is among African countries with the highest mobile data costs, the country's smartphone penetration is rising and now stands at abov

91% new PCs from India loaded with pirated software

Over 90 per cent of new personal computers purchased by Microsoft from India have a high-level of pirated software, according to an analysis by the so

Zimbabwean contesting for world's top telecommunications position

Zimbabwean candidate Dr Cosmas Zavazava is vying for the Director of the Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT) post in the ITU in elections to be

IP issues related to Internet domain names for SMEs

THE choice of a domain name has become an important business decision. A domain name is registered by you to enable Internet users to locate your comp

21st century a race for fittest technology

In the 21st century it's a race for the fittest as technology slowly takes away food from the mouths of ordinary people.Technology has the pow

Comviva announces foray into banking CVM

Comviva, the global leader in providing mobility solutions, today announced its foray into banking customer value management (CVM) by entering into a

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