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Samsung’s flagship Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge arrive in SA.
Smartphone competition shows no signs of slowing down in SA.
The regulator accepts a settlement that sees it recover only half of Wireless Business Solutions' unpaid licence fees.
The upcoming local launch of Apple's iPhone 6 handset is unlikely to attract new fans or market share in SA.
Suppliers and service providers take legal action against SITA, which owes them a total of R33 million.
Apple's top-of-the-range iPad now sells for just shy of R10 000.
A change in go-to-market strategy sees revenue gain 30% in the year-to-date.
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Supporting excellence key focus at ICT awards Supporting, developing and nurturing talent and innovation are high on the agenda at this year's IITPSA President's Awards.
Unless it can resolve a dispute with Telkom over retrenchments, the union will stage a mass march in Pretoria next week.
The operator's new approach to the price war boosts its subscriber numbers and now the fight is to increase users' spend.
The broadcaster is confident it can avoid the issues that have plagued fellow newcomers in the market.
The operator invests R1 billion in its Western Cape network, bringing long-term evolution to the Mother City.
Higher-than-expected quarterly revenue was helped by stronger sales of Microsoft's phones, tablets and cloud computing products.
Expanding its artificial intelligence initiative, Google hires leading academics and experts in the field, and partners with Oxford University.
Broadcaster MobileTV prepares for a festive season commercial launch, announcing a set-top box deal with ABT Africa.
Microsoft and Cell C unveil the Lumia 730 Dual SIM handset in SA, which will hit shelves next week.
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Brainstorm CIO Survey results are in Driving digital strategy is a priority for a mere 1% of CIOs.
Women in tech: Still work to do Infamous recent incidents underscore the need to change the workplace culture, says Debby Edelstein.
Why security fails Rik Ferguson, global VP of security research at Trend Micro, says we need to think and design security differently.
The hard part is admitting you have a problem at all.
The merger talks between the two companies have been formally terminated.
Shrien Dewani is the latest case in point of how your online past can come back to haunt you.
Hewlett-Packard is splitting the company into two separately listed units, with annual revenue of just under $56 billion each.
Digital TV is meant to enable a host of benefits, but by the time our country gets its act together, these will be moot.
While reader comments are an essential element of online dialogue, Internet trolls increasingly inundate these forums with slander and nastiness.
The company skips a number as it announces Windows 10, due to ship by the end of 2015.
Everyone can take a leaf out of the City of Tshwane's WiFi hubs, which are starting to look beyond enabling connectivity.
Govt unveils R653m green building
The environmental affairs department will spend about R8 billion to run the building over a period of 27 years.
Gauteng targets biotech innovation
The first phase of the Innovation Hub's BioPark has been completed, as government eyes biotechnology commercialisation.
Lexmark announces Corporate Cartridges to boost sustainability benefits for business
Driven by its commitment to corporate social responsibility, Lexmark announced a line of Corporate Cartridges for the EMEA region.
Change management should be an ongoing initiative, with checks and balances continually monitoring the solution.
Write software with translation in mind (or risk starting over).
Decision-makers must explore the immediate and long-term impact of which systems to include in a disaster recovery plan.
What companies must do to prepare for the Protection of Personal Information Act.
Banks spend billions of rands on customer education, training users to prevent them from becoming victims.
Quick wins, even on a small scale, become the catalyst to building momentum in enterprise architecture.
South African banks have teams of information security specialists who work to eradicate cyber crime.
A BYOX avalanche is expected as wearable technology breaks new ground.