Litecoin has succeeded in surging past the $50 USD mark – a 1000% increase in the past 90 days – as Bitstamp has announced trading for the cryptocurrency.
The United Nations World Food Programme has begun using the Ethereum Blockchain to quickly distribute aid in the form of vouchers to refugees in Syria.
Ethereum has briefly overtaken Bitcoin in Google Search term popularity as the cryptocurrency continues to show enormous growth.
In a surprise acquisition, Apple has snapped up Beddit – a Finnish company that produces iPhone and Apple Watch-compatible sleep-tracking hardware.
Samsung’s latest quarterly results paint a dire picture for the firm’s operations in China, as the company has lost more than half of its market share to local companies such as Huawei.
Apple is officially now worth $800 billion USD, putting the company on track to become the world’s very first $1 trillion USD firm.
The last physical Look & Listen store at the Hillfox Value Centre has shut down, marking an end of an era for the sale of physical media in South Africa.
Mastercard has unveiled its new Biometric cards, which use a customer’s fingerprint to authenticate purchases in lieu of a PIN.
According to new reports, Google is apparently developing an adblocker that would be deployed as a native feature of its Chrome web browser.
FNB has updated its mobile banking app to include an augmented reality feature to help customers locate eBucks retail partners.