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Shoppers were still joining the lengthy queue outside the iStore's Sandton outlet at 9am today.
 
Shoppers were still joining the lengthy queue outside the iStore's Sandton outlet at 9am today.
iPhone mania hits SA

South Africans have gone gaga over the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, queuing from early morning to get hold of the devices.

Local iPad prices come down

Core cuts the price of iPads just after Apple releases its latest iteration.

Apple's top-of-the-range iPad now sells for just shy of R10 000.


Strategic change for Software AG SA

Software AG is seeing keen interest in its new products from South African customers, says Mohamed Cassoojee, VP for SA.

A change in go-to-market strategy sees revenue gain 30% in the year-to-date.


 

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ITPV Supporting excellence key focus at ICT awards Supporting, developing and nurturing talent and innovation are high on the agenda at this year's IITPSA President's Awards.


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Report: Manyi joins DOC

Former government spokesman Jimmy Manyi has taken up a second post at the Department of Communications, reports City Press.

E-tolls cost government R2.7m: Sunday Times

The Sunday Times reports that government entities have paid a total of R2.7 million to the South African National Roads Agency since e-tolling started.

CWU plans Telkom march

Unless it can resolve a dispute with Telkom over retrenchments, the union will stage a mass march in Pretoria next week.

MTN changes tack in price war

The operator's new approach to the price war boosts its subscriber numbers and now the fight is to increase users' spend.

MobileTV outlines ambitious plans

The broadcaster is confident it can avoid the issues that have plagued fellow newcomers in the market.

Vodacom completes network upgrade

The operator invests R1 billion in its Western Cape network, bringing long-term evolution to the Mother City.

Microsoft sales beat Street hopes

Higher-than-expected quarterly revenue was helped by stronger sales of Microsoft's phones, tablets and cloud computing products.

Google bolsters artificial intelligence efforts

Expanding its artificial intelligence initiative, Google hires leading academics and experts in the field, and partners with Oxford University.

MobileTV gears up for festive season launch

Broadcaster MobileTV prepares for a festive season commercial launch, announcing a set-top box deal with ABT Africa.

Microsoft, Cell C unveil Lumia 730

Microsoft and Cell C unveil the Lumia 730 Dual SIM handset in SA, which will hit shelves next week.

 

 

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Brainstorm CIO Survey results are in Driving digital strategy is a priority for a mere 1% of CIOs.

 

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Women in tech: Still work to do Infamous recent incidents underscore the need to change the workplace culture, says Debby Edelstein.

 

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Govt unveils R653m green building
The environmental affairs department will spend about R8 billion to run the building over a period of 27 years.
Gauteng targets biotech innovation
The first phase of the Innovation Hub's BioPark has been completed, as government eyes biotechnology commercialisation.
Lexmark announces Corporate Cartridges to boost sustainability benefits for business
Driven by its commitment to corporate social responsibility, Lexmark announced a line of Corporate Cartridges for the EMEA region.

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