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Mass sensation Pokémon Go brings a struggling Nintendo back to life.
Business intelligence must address an expanded set of data needs.
The telecoms operator now has 35.1 million local customers, close to a million more than three months ago.
China's ICT giant will cooperate with the DTPS - a welcome boost for SA's broadband rollout and ICT skills development plans.
Neotel's buyer Liquid Telecom plans to expand and upgrade its network to cater for mobile and enterprise traffic and enable new products and services.
A live-stream of the semi-finals and final of Telkom's online gaming league will take place at Ster-Kinekor Cavendish.
Telkom has completely overhauled its mobile product offerings by launching data-centric deals that it believes will shake up the market.
Tencent calls the tune The company pays $2.7 billion for a majority stake in China Music Corporation.
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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.
Services will go down at some point, but proactive planning can make the world of difference.
To stay relevant, software testers must focus on what makes manual testing essential to the software being tested: humanisation.
Will data privacy laws impact cloud computing?
Software-defined WANs will change the status quo of networking.
The next generation of virtual desktop infrastructure is here, and aims to address some of the challenges.
Business intelligence must address an expanded set of data needs, with a convergence of different technologies.
The Internet of things can unlock new powers and efficiencies for those equipped for the networked economy.
How do companies go from multiprotocol label switching to an SD WAN network?