Google has announced that Chrome 57 will throttle individual background tabs by limiting the timer fire rate for background tabs using excessive power.
The Irdeto Global Consumer Piracy Survey has found that 52% of individuals surveyed watch pirated video content.
Microsoft is showing adverts for its OneDrive cloud storage service in Windows File Explorer.
Google and Microsoft have agreed to demote search results from copyright-infringing websites in the UK.
Razer has unveiled an updated version of its 14-inch Blade gaming laptop.
An Anonymous hacker has taken down more than 10,000 Tor-based websites after targeting a hosting company.
Salary research group PayScale has updated its salary data for South Africa for 2017, which shows that Senior IT Project Managers are the highest paid IT professionals in the country.
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Pop star Ariana Grande has revealed that she will soon be immortalised as a Final Fantasy character.
Takealot customers have taken to the company’s Facebook page to complain that they did not receive their Christmas orders before 25 December.
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The controversial Denuvo DRM is being patched out of older games.
eBay has revealed plans to more closely integrate search inventory listed on its own platform with that of its classifieds’ subsidiaries in other markets – including Gumtree South Africa.
Amazon has announced its best-selling books of 2016.
Overwatch’s Christmas event will be kicking off next week.