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Developing countries now account for the vast majority of Internet users.
 
Developing countries now account for the vast majority of Internet users.
3.9bn remain cut off from the Internet

By the end of 2016, more than half of the world's population will not yet be using the Internet, says the ITU.

JSE glitch overstates foreign purchases

The JSE apologised for the miscalculation, saying it recognises the importance of the data for all stakeholders.

A programming error caused foreign trading statistics to be incorrectly calculated between May and July.


Vodacom to grow African footprint

Vodacom has been looking and will not stop looking for growth opportunities in Africa.

The telco is looking to grow its operations beyond its current five markets on the continent, says chairperson Peter Moyo. 


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FNB working to resolve connectivity issues

A month-end network upgrade caused the downtime of some of the bank's services.

Ericsson ousts CEO

The Swedish company fires Hans Vestberg, in a move led by major shareholders after months of criticism of his leadership and pay.

Cloud tech aids HIV drug resistance testing

Local scientists develop a platform to diagnose HIV drug resistance by analysing data from thousands of patients simultaneously.

Female tech innovators required

Minister Naledi Pandor urges women leaders to look to science and tech to improve local government services in their communities.

Tech CEOs among top SleepOut fundraisers

Some of SA's tech industry leaders have already raised more than the required R160 000 to participate in the CEO SleepOut.

Naspers CEO earns almost R24m

Bob van Dijk's R14.7 million salary plus bonuses and performance-related payments saw him take home 5% more than last year.

Honda to create 'emotion engine'

The motoring company partners with tech firm SoftBank to develop technology that will allow cars to converse with drivers.

Notebooks boost PC shipments in EMEA

A rebound in the notebook market helped to increase PC shipments in Europe, Middle East and Africa, says the IDC.

Armscor beefs up security

The South African government-owned arms supplier bolsters security measures on its Web site following a hacking incident.

Booth's Bites

Softbank pays arm and leg for ARM The company spends £24.3 billion to acquire the UK-based chip designer.

 

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The comeback kid Pokémon Go brings a struggling Nintendo back to life. But it’s not the first time it has had to be resuscitated.

 

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