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Government scuppered several potentially lucrative investments in SA.

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Industry watchers say ICASA remains as hamstrung as ever.

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The LG G4 signals the rise of second-tier manufacturers in the two-horse smartphone race.
The LG G4 signals the rise of second-tier manufacturers in the two-horse smartphone race.
Second tier smartphones the next big thing

Hardware and software differentiation hits a plateau, with runner-up brands expected to be the next big thing going forward.

MTN announces key appointments

MTN Business wants to be the ICT partner of choice for geographic and market expansion, says Alpheus Mangale, chief enterprise officer of MTN SA.

MTN Business makes a number of appointments to help reposition it as the ICT partner of choice for geographic and market expansion.

Union accuses MTN of lying about strike

MTN SA human resources chief Themba Nyathi says only about five union members are striking outside its Johannesburg head offices today.

While MTN says it recorded a 97% employee attendance rate today, a union accuses it of downplaying the ongoing strike.

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Teen creates cheap 3D printed robotic arm

A US teen synthesises a series of robotic hands using 3D printing and an open source platform that could change industries and lives.

MTN looks to arbitration

The cellular operator suggests a deadlock between it and the Communication Workers Union be broken through arbitration.

Windows 10 lands end-July

Microsoft's latest OS will be available for download from 29 July.

S&P warns on Cell C debt

Cell C needs to find funding in the next month to settle R2 billion in debt, says the ratings agency.

'Dramatic' Google moves outlined

Google announces several disruptive product moves, including Android Pay, offline Google Maps, and gesture control development.

State security used 'back door'

Government defends its cellphone jamming action as a bid to prevent the possibility of a bomb being set off before the State of the Nation Address.


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