Smartphone technologies shake-up law enforcement

The update includes a crowd-sourced network of over a billion Android devices, utilising Bluetooth signals emitted by neighbouring devices to pinpoint a device's real-time location.
By Jacob Mutisi Apr. 26, 2024

AI in Zim: Let’s engage together

Ethical implications are a primary concern surrounding AI, given its immense power.
By Naison Bangure Mar. 22, 2024

AI in Zim: The future is now

In agriculture, AI applications are enhancing crop yields through optimised irrigation, fertilisation and pest control, contributing to increased productivity and sustainability.
By Naison Bangure Mar. 15, 2024

Masiyiwa’s Cassava partners Google Cloud

Google Cloud chief executive Thomas Kurian noted that businesses are turning to generative AI to drive operational efficiencies.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 7, 2024

Google’s use of student data could effectively ban Chromebooks from Denmark schools

The agency found that Google uses student data from Chromebooks and Google Workplace for Education “for its own purposes,” which isn’t allowed under European privacy law.
By The Verge Feb. 8, 2024

World View: Mining on the Moon

Mining of a sort is involved, but the ‘miners’ will be seeking basic resources like water and oxygen that are free and universally available on Earth.
By Gwynne Dyer Jan. 12, 2024

Letter from America: Secondment: Letter to Brian Kagoro-US-Israeli syndicate caught in a mother of all scandals!

Narayana Murti, the founder of Infosys, is the father-in-law of British prime minister Rishi Sunak.
By Kenneth Mufuka Nov. 12, 2023

Samsung joins Google in RCS shaming Apple

“What did green ever do to them? We’re bubbles too,” one of them asks.
By The Verge Oct. 10, 2023

YouTube to soon let users search song by humming

Once the song is identified, users will see relevant official music content, user-generated videos and Shorts featuring the searched song in the YouTube app.
By Zee News Aug. 24, 2023