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Vodafone, Google, Cisco, Facebook make ‘Change the World List’.
Technology-enabled flexible working practices could boost GDP.
The cost to taxpayers to send communications minister Faith Muthambi on a US trip to a folk art market: a not so priceless R600 000 or thereabouts.
Analysts believe a Telkom-Cell C merger would give MTN and Vodacom a stronger competitor, even as international suitors wait in the wings.
Vodafone, Google, Cisco and Facebook make the 'Change the World List', for tackling the world's toughest challenges in a sustainable and profitable way.
The countries share commonalities that can enrich development of hydrogen fuel cell technology, says science and technology minister Naledi Pandor.
Government is largely preoccupied with communications this week, with forays into voice, video and data enhancements.
Keeping it in the family Mike Wright and Alison Treadaway are the siblings behind the Striata success story.
Lost the war? Proprietary software has called a truce.
The company bought Kerensen Consulting, Tempo AI and Toopher for over $57 million.
The company, which owns a home shopping network, bought the online retailer for $2.4 billion.
The companies buy stakes in each other to develop a commerce model that integrates online and offline retailing.
A snarky non-apology only feeds the flames of a social media furore. Here's how to say sorry like you mean it.
Microsoft and Salesforce.com join Permira Advisors and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board to take Informatica private.
Feeling a sense of déjà vu as the world is again up in arms about trophy hunting.
For current Windows 7 and 8.1 users, Windows 10 upgrades downloaded directly from Microsoft will be free for one year.
IOT will see many more attacks, recalls and embarrassment across industries.
The expected uptake of Wave2 technology will change the way many networks are designed and implemented.
Doing more for women, faster, is the role of ICT in SA.
Canonical data breaks down data into its simplest form, while still meeting business requirements.
The application programming interface is the ideal solution for innovation in the application economy.
Hyper-convergence and Web-scale IT create an invisible infrastructure that is consolidated, aligned, scalable and manageable.
Companies use data lakes as a landing place to hold large volumes of data in their original form.
No really, what is hyper-convergence, in real terms?
South Africa is ranked 14th in the world for illegal downloads.