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Government’s last ICT policy review was a tech-busting 15 years ago.
The window of opportunity African celcos enjoy will not last forever.
Once again, Sanral's e-toll Web site allows motorists to be tracked in real-time.
Dina Pule, Dipuo Peters and Ben Martins have all made it onto the ANC's candidate list for the National Assembly.
The roads agency says it has "no knowledge of a breach" and has not leaked any personal information.
Stock in SA's largest media company fell as much as 5.59% on the JSE after Tencent shares took a knock.
The outcome of a case involving a man who allegedly uploaded a movie onto the Pirate Bay Web site could drag outdated laws into the digital age.
A national database to stop unwanted direct marketing has been placed on ice for now.
Aviat-Ubuntu has plans to shake up SA's telecommunications sector.
Trying to get a problem sorted out is now a lot easier thanks to the prevalence of social media and specific Internet sites.
Apple has lost its bid for a US ban on Samsung smartphones.
Prisoner electronic monitoring is a brilliant penny-pinching move, but its success will depend on how it is managed in the long-run.
The companies will create an innovation lab in California to expand connectivity to emerging markets.
Do innovative collaborations have the potential to solve some of society's problems?
Could smartphones and wearable technology become the next weight-loss solution "everyone's talking about"?
The social networking giant paid $19 billion for the mobile messaging start-up.
Two months after user data was exposed, the agency has yet to notify users or reset PINs.
Gauteng gets green schools
Government opens two schools with solar panels, enabling them to generate their own electricity.
Intel distances itself from conflict minerals
The company has spent over five years ridding its supply chain of minerals that finance violence in the DRC and urges others to follow suit.
Samsung unveils solar-powered school in DRC
This forms part of the company's efforts to improve education in rural areas in Africa, says Samsung.
Multinational growth on the continent and lack of legacy carriers leave VPN service enterprise opportunities to mobile operators.
Companies have a false sense of confidence in large quantities of data.
The advancement of the enterprise mobility management space makes selecting the right solution tricky.
Cloud computing has come a long way since the term was first whispered in hallways and corridors.
Cryptographic authentication offers a secure identity solution for banks.
Will there be a Hydrogen-fuelled fight for the soul of software-defined networking?
With subscriber penetration rates over 100% in some African countries, telecoms companies look for the next business frontier.
Understanding the complex system of interdependent components that work together to enable cloud services.