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The country's spectrum dearth will be prolonged for as long as government struggles to get digital migration off the ground.
The country's spectrum dearth will be prolonged for as long as government struggles to get digital migration off the ground.
Forget TV: Missed digital deadline will cost SA dearly

The country will pay a hefty socio-economic price for missing the ITU deadline for broadband digital migration, as the issue goes beyond TV.

Lazarus quits Blue Label

Neil Lazarus wants to focus on other business opportunities.

Advocate Neil Lazarus steps down as non-executive director to "pursue other opportunities".

Ericsson's hot tech trends for 2015

This year, more people will watch streamed video on a weekly basis than broadcast TV.

Streaming content, smart homes, 'mind sharing' and domestic robots are among Ericsson's top trends for the year ahead.

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Huawei Ascend Mate 7
Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro - Unworthy successor

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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ICT survey 2015

Apple profit sets global record

Record iPhone sales in the first quarter drive Apple to $18 billion profit.

Bytes, Inter-Active merger gets nod

The Competition Commission recommends the acquisition of Inter-Active Technologies by Bytes People Solutions be approved.

City of Joburg seeks entrepreneurs

The city wants tech-savvy entrepreneurs to enter the #Hack.Jozi Challenge and stand a chance to win a slice of R5 million in start-up support.

Fibre: SA's unfulfilled promise

As technological advances move forward and the need for fibre to facilitate them increases, SA's fibre plans stutter.

'Cities should see broadband as basic service'

Internet should be seen as a basic municipal service, or residents will remain technologically marginalised, says City of Tshwane's GCIO.

IBM rubbishes job blood bath claims

The company denies a Forbes magazine report alleging it will trim its workforce by a quarter.

Facebook suffers global outage

The world's most popular social networking platform goes down, prompting users to take to Twitter to get their online fix.

Salary survey 2015

CIO Zone

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



Samsung Galaxy Alpha - Closed for business Compact, durable, lightweight. What is not to like?


ICT Skills

SA fails to make the grade ITWeb Brainstorm sets up an industry initiative to pool skills development projects and help alleviate the crisis.


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Caption Competition

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

R84bn smart city to encompass pervasive ICT
Modderfontein New City will be the first smart city in SA with services and systems designed into the fabric of the built environment.
AGS Solar powers customer retention with Sage CRM
The company has implemented the solution to support its growth and extend its leadership of the market.
Renewable energy can tackle Eskom woes
The relevant standards for grid connection of embedded generators must be finalised as a matter of urgency, says the CSIR.

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