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Analysts believe Google's smart headgear is unlikely to take off locally.
Nashua Mobile sells its subscriber base in a R2.26 billion deal.
With two weeks to go until SA's general elections, communications minister Yunus Carrim has at least set the wheels of progress in motion.
The last man standing in the cellular reseller game has an opportunity to reinvent itself, as Nashua Mobile closes up shop.
The Samsung Galaxy S5's fingerprint scanner is easily bypassed with a spoof fingerprint.
The IT services company will grow its data centre business organically and through acquisitions.
As another major Chinese investment project is announced, there are doubts the smart city to be built east of Johannesburg will benefit the local ICT sector.
The acquisition expands Dimension Data's US operations by 40% as it moves forward on its new growth path.
The Department of Communications is working with government entities to finalise implementation of SA Connect.
After a 10-year hiatus, the local domain name authority reintroduces web.za as a second-level domain.
The group grows to 210.1 million subscribers, but this is only a 1.1% gain quarter-on-quarter.
When addressing the Net Mundial conference today, SA will highlight high connectivity costs as barriers to Internet penetration.
The operator intends to launch fibre-to-the-home commercially in June.
A United Nations study, backed by Nokia, finds mobile devices are curbing illiteracy in developing countries.
A much-delayed Bill that moots legalising remote gambling has been gazetted for public comment.
The company institutes an 8% quarterly dividend increase as iPhone sales in the March quarter exceeded expectations.
A Deloitte report into what the state should do with the digital dividend finds it would not benefit broadcasters as much as it would aid cellular operators.
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Kirsten Doyle reports back from Budapest.
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The company acquired SFR, France's second-largest telecommunications operator, for €17 billion.
Several ICT companies are setting rather good examples on how not to do things when it comes to looking after shareholders.
It's round two for the smartphone giants, as Apple seeks $2 billion in a fresh patent battle against Samsung.
The MTR saga is just another instance that makes ICASA look like a toothless watchdog.
The social media giant spends $2 billion on the maker of virtual reality headsets and the team behind UK-based Ascenta.
Is consistent and driven leadership the missing ingredient in government-led IT initiatives?
Achieve maximum return on redundant IT equipment
The company has introduced a comprehensive service where old scrap IT assets will be removed and disposed of.
NASA to create Earth Day selfie
In celebrating Earth Day, NASA gathered selfies of fans to create a composite image of Earth.
Apple commits to Earth Day
The company offers free recycling of all its used products and plans to power its facilities with renewable energy.
A look at banking's long-term love affair with technology.
Tapping into data generated by wearable devices is the next big step in marketing.
The mainframe as an instrument of change is as relevant today as ever.
The BA must act as a bridge for two-way communication between IT and the business objectives it supports.
A major challenge is to implement networks with the infrastructure needed to meet escalating capacity demands.
How network functions virtualisation will standardise cloud infrastructures.
Shifting the culture to information-based decision-making requires an effective change management strategy.
The law is a stumbling block to the deployment of ICT infrastructure by the provincial government.