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It is understood DA and ANC councillors are united in their opposition to the city insourcing the project.
It is understood DA and ANC councillors are united in their opposition to the city insourcing the project.
Council showdown looms over R3.4bn Joburg network

City councillors are expected to clash with the mayoral committee tonight over the R1.2 billion buyout of the Johannesburg Broadband Network Project.

MTN talks down retrenchment worries

MTN SA chief enterprise officer Alpheus Mangale reiterates the restructuring of the enterprise business unit is not about trimming labour costs.

The operator downplays Solidarity's fears that more than hundreds of enterprise business unit workers are facing the axe.

Next SA fibre wave on the way, says IS

The next big fibre wave will hit as soon as all the checkboxes are ticked and neighbourhoods have access to high-speed broadband over fibre, says IS's Greg Montjoie.

Internet Solutions believes fibre will uplift SA more than any other technology preceding it.

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Unlike its predecessor, the Yoga 3 Pro’s new Intel Core M chip is unsuitable for heavy and processing intensive tasks.

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Vodacom moves on African ambitions

The operator makes good on its aim of expanding further north with its bid to buy out Tanzania's largest Internet service provider.

Vodacom boards BYOD bus

The operator's business arm debuts its own mobile device management solution, six months after rival operator MTN.

Opt-out checks will cost

From next month, the Direct Marketing Association of SA will charge companies to cross-reference its do not contact list.

Facebook tops Wall Street target

Increased mobile advertising demand enabled the social media giant's revenue to grow 49% in the fourth quarter.

Amazon e-mail to challenge MS, Google

The WorkMail e-mail and scheduling service is aimed at winning over corporate clients, and is expected in the second quarter.

Samsung close to losing smartphone crown

The global smartphone leader posts a plunge in quarterly mobile earnings, after rival Apple reports the biggest profit in corporate history.

Salary survey 2015

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Deloitte's predictions for 2015 Including: the Internet of things, phone batteries, 3D printing and drones.



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Congratulations to Tuesday Is Soylent Green Day for the winning caption competition and walking away with an annual subscription to Brainstorm magazine, as well as an entry into a lucky draw for an Apple iPad Mini 16GB Tablet With Wi-Fi & 4G


Green IT

Eskom, govt drag feet on distributed generators
Lack of will to create a working framework to enable distributed generators in SA holds back progress, says First Solar.
SA start-up heads to UK smart city project
Mellowcabs is among 12 initial finalists who will test their tech in a UK smart city development.
Gartner predicts 4.9bn connected 'things' by 2015
By 2020, 250 million connected vehicles will enable new in-vehicle services and driving capabilities.

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