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The many, many things your smartphone has replaced.
Keeping mobile app users engaged involves constantly refreshing apps.
Participants are expected to reconvene in 2015 to see if they can overcome the impasse.
The likelihood of a new cable landing on SA's shores, which have seen capacity grow significantly over the past decade, is doubtful.
Mergers and acquisitions will continue apace next year, as deals in the offing act as a catalyst.
It is the events that infuriate, frustrate or confound us that make for the best cartoons. Here is a collection of this year's best.
|Huawei Ascend Mate 7 - balancing performance and power
Business users looking for a large smartphone with unrivalled battery life, will find the Huawei Ascend Mate 7 their best choice.
by Andre Schild
New features promise Windows Phone users greater control over their messages.
The company says customer feedback was pivotal in the return to its signature design featuring a qwerty keyboard.
The R6 billion shoppers will spend online this year is miniscule in comparison to what is being outlaid at physical stores.
The DA claims the Kondor-E to launch tomorrow is the one SA secretly ordered.
2014 saw trillions of searches being done via Google, and now the site has listed what people looked up.
Around 4.26 million units were shipped during the quarter but tablet demand threatens further growth, the IDC says.
Lastminute.com is being bought by a Swiss online travel company.
British scientists are now using 3D printers to tackle cancerous tumours.
BT's bid to buy a mobile operator is expected to lift it to number one.
A copy of a vintage ET Atari videogame from a New Mexico landfill has made its way to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington.
Multiple devices get jobs done Some 64% of employees do at least some work at home after business hours.
Is YouTube overlooked? YouTube is far more than a place to derive some comic relief from neon cats dancing on pianos.
Do you know where your nudes are? Security is your responsibility, irrespective of whether you're a corporate or personal user of cloud services.
Signs from 2014 are encouraging, showing SA is headed in the right direction to take advantage of increased connectivity.
Mergers, acquisitions, listings and de-listings – it all happened in 2014.
With a renewed global interest in space exploration, the possibilities are endless.
China levies $140 million in back taxes from Microsoft in the first major case concerning cross-border tax evasion in the country.
BlackBerry Passport is one hell of a phone. But it has one hell of a problem: its mobile ecosystem.
The company is taking over Lufthansa's IT infrastructure services division, in a deal worth €1 billion.
A Facebook profile speaks louder than a thousand words; it's just that the words are often of the furthest-thing-from-the-truth variety.
If there is anything life has taught us, it's that not learning from history is a clear path to failure.
The Internet firm acquires BrightRoll, provider of an automated advertising service, for $640 million.
Printers: load shedding got you down?
The ultra-low power consumption of Riso Comcolor devices means they will continue to run on UPS where no other printers can, says Riso.
Konica Minolta SA forms three-way alliance to protect rhino orphans
The company has formed a three-way alliance to protect orphaned rhinos.
Algorithm reduces cloud energy usage
ViFiB deploys a resource allocation algorithm which it claims reduces energy usage of cloud computing by 30%.
Medium-sized businesses see the value in big data, but cannot mimic large enterprise programmes.
A BI solution that provides a competitive-edge should be one of the corporate strategy's objectives.
WiFi is on its way to effectively becoming the ‘radio' for the Internet of things.
Should companies outsource mission-critical services, and how should the service provider deliver these?
Companies must be made aware of the value cloud can bring to their organisations.
In today's customer service world, the phone-based agent is becoming redundant.
The Internet of things will rely on cloud computing for processing power, storage and interconnectedness.
Astute marketing companies will be able to measure customers in real-time.