IOL - Technology Smart city development vital to eliminate poverty 2017-03-28T06:33:00.000000Z More people are living in urban areas than rural, creating massive infrastructure needs in urban areas. Telkom may split company 2017-03-27T11:51:00.000000Z Telkom plans to break out its telecommunications towers and real estate assets into a separate unit that may then be listed on a stock market. Woes and delays with Telkom continue to frustrate 2017-03-27T10:30:00.000000Z Reader Gavin Goschen writes: I am sorry to get you involved again, but I am at the end of my tether with Telkom. Porsche wants a 911 to find parking in tech pursuit 2017-03-26T10:00:00.000000Z Porsche shifts its focus beyond horsepower and handling to services like finding nearby parking spots and providing real-time weather data. A science whizz with schizophrenia 2017-03-26T09:00:00.000000Z When Joey Hudy went to the White House in 2012, the 8th grade science whiz captivated President Barack Obama. Moves to help block illegal robo-calls 2017-03-26T08:00:00.000000Z The US is moving to thwart illegal robo-calls that have annoyed countless consumers at dinnertime. Does Samsung's Bixby top Siri? 2017-03-26T06:00:00.000000Z Bixby will debut on the Samsung Galaxy S8, which the firm is revealing later this month, Samsung said in a blog post. Indian entrepreneur languishes in jail 2017-03-25T10:00:00.000000Z Entrepreneurs around the world pay a price when their ventures fail, from lost fortunes to tarnished reputations. Think before you get that new iPad or iPhone 2017-03-25T08:00:00.000000Z If you've been thinking about treating yourself to something new, here are some things to consider before you buy. Did the CIA hack your phone? 2017-03-25T06:00:00.000000Z WikiLeaks claims the CIA had found a way to intercept and hack into Apple iPhones just a year after the company's smartphone hit the market.