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Xiaomi will provide competition on the technology and price fronts in SA.
YouTube now provides access to videos both on and offline in SA.
City planners and governments need to prepare for the introduction of self-driving cars, with some smart mobility cities already making plans.
Telkom leads the FTTH race, according to new research, while other players continue aggressive suburban rollouts.
The hearing is "postponed indefinitely" as new negotiations between the merging parties throw a spanner in the process.
Storage solutions vendor NetApp has appointed Tarsus Technology Group as a value-added distributor for SADC.
The Seda Nelson Mandela Bay ICT Incubator plans to play the lead role in transforming Nelson Mandela Bay into a smart city.
The smartphone will be available from select MTN stores in December.
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ON Semiconductor bought Fairchild Semiconductor International, Intel eyes Altera, and Avago takes aim at Broadcom.
The social network's exclusive response to the terrorist attacks in Paris clearly displays whose lives it prioritises.
The strategic partnership should generate additional revenue of $1 billion for each company by 2018.
The company buys Candy Crush Saga creator King Digital Entertainment for $5.9 billion.
The Republic of Korea's government policies that enabled rapid rollout of broadband can show the way for SA.
One model's efforts to expose the truth about her picture-perfect lifestyle saw her quit social media for good.
The company acquired The Weather Company's B2B, mobile and cloud-based Web properties for $2 billion.
Multibillion-dollar deals become the norm as Western Digital's $19 billion acquisition of SanDisk is just one among many.
The fast pace of change in the digital age exacerbates the challenges faced by tertiary institutions.
Enlisting the best enterprise architecture team is imperative to avoid EA failure.
SA can drive the adoption of e-commerce by embarking on deregulation regarding the use of mobile money.
Advanced analytics relies on sophisticated quantitative methods to produce insights traditional BI is unlikely to discover.
Companies can assist retailers to secure online transactions through PCI DSS compliance.
If the application economy is the fuel that drives innovation, DevOps is the crucial component of that fuel.
The economic woes facing SA will impact the ICT sector by the first quarter of 2016.
ICT-driven mobility platforms should be seen as a modern strategic business enabler.
Avoid the perils on the way to successful enterprise architecture by running the EA practice like a business.