South African Quentin Harley's new 3D printer is an unusual, but potentially groundbreaking, design.
The latest enterprise IT news from the tech hotspots of the African continent.
Hilary is an itinerant print and radio journalist who originally hails from Southern California. In recent years her travels have taken her to Europe, Asia and Africa, where she has reported on everything from techie innovations to antique riverboats. She is currently based in Kampala, Uganda, where she's busy swatting mosquitoes and keeping an eye on the ways technology can impact society.
Adam Oxford is the editor-in-chief of htxt.co.za, a South African tech blog that covers issues from around the country and the continent beyond. Based in Johannesburg but originally from the UK, he's written for most of the major technology publishers over the last 17 years, covering everything from PC gaming to photography to Linux to open data and emerging tech markets.
Microsoft says expanded training scheme can create 3,000 new jobs over next three years.
South African telco MTN has launched LTE in Uganda. Will fourth-generation services really shake-up the mobile market there?
Third facility for software developers and training has opened its doors in Johannesburg, aiming to forge contacts with local startups and nearby universities.
Non-profit tech company Ushahidi surpasses its $125,000 funding goal for its 'backup generator to the internet' with seven days to spare.
Project in Dar es Salaam will focus on how TV white spaces can be used for broadband access in urban settings.
Kenya's 'Silicon Savannah' may be getting all the headlines, but Uganda is quietly growing its own startup ecosystem.
j0hnnyhax didn't know much about Uganda, but he knew about hackers...
Big Blue hopes that emerging technologies designed to handle big data from the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope will translate into datacentre breakthroughs over the next few years.
Skills, regulation and how they're able to specialise are among the key factors that will determine whether Africa’s new tech cities prosper or falter, according to analysts.