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WiFi will effectively become the ‘radio’ for the Internet of things.

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The S6 is Samsung's most innovative phone yet, says CEO JK Shin.
The S6 is Samsung's most innovative phone yet, says CEO JK Shin.
Samsung claims victory over Apple with S6

Samsung this evening launched the world's first curve phone, with a processor and camera it claims is superior to Apple's offerings.

Mobile World Congress 2015

ITWeb news editor Nicola Mawson reports from Barcelona.

Nicola Mawson Alcatel unwraps 'reversible' smartphone The handset is "100% reversible", with the Idol 3 user interface automatically adjusting whichever way the phone is answered.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 rumour roundup

Samsung has poked fun at the customary rumour mill, posting this hypothetical picture of an all-glass phone on its Web site.

The company's most anticipated unveil of the year has the Internet inundated with sometimes outlandish speculation around the new flagship.

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Jon Tullett

ITWeb news analysis editor Jon Tullett takes an in-depth look at Lenovo’s ghastly malware mistake.

S6 heads to SA in April

Samsung's latest handset will be on SA shores on 10 April, with the top-end phone selling for between R13 000 and R14 000.

Mobile Security Survey 2015

Sanral praises govt commitment to e-tolls

The roads agency hopes to see more compliance following some "financial relief" for e-toll road users towards the end of the year.

DigiCore surges on results

A positive reversal in its pre-tax position sees DigiCore stock climb 7.14%.

ITWeb BI Summit

Discover how to turn insights into profits: 17 to 19 March, Johannesburg

There's no point to having information if it doesn't help to make businesses run better, says Kamil Kara, BI pre-sales specialist at SAP South Africa. Transforming IOT into smart data The numerous possibilities smart data poses will be unpacked at the upcoming BI summit.

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Apple teases with invitation

The firm sends out invitations for a media event on 9 March, about a month before the much-anticipated launch of the new Apple Watch.

IBM targets $40bn in cloud

The global tech giant focuses on realising $40 billion in annual revenue from the cloud, big data, security and other growth areas by 2018.

Salary survey 2015

CIO Zone

BYOD unplugged The conundrum that all companies face.



ITWeb Security Summit turns 10 The 2015 summit will take place in Johannesburg from 26-28 May.



Taming the Python At 12 years old, Sam Berger may just be the youngest technology entrepreneur in SA.


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Green IT

SA's power uncertainties demand green initiatives
Many green initiatives are at a macro level, looking at things like cutting building power usage or emissions from factories, says Lexmark.
Facebook adds gender identity options
We round up this week's top six trends from across the globe that piqued our interest or had us scratching our heads.
Dell brings technology access and education to underserved communities with new solar-powered Learning Labs
The company will expand its solar-powered Learning Labs across SA to include new sites in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Sedibeng.

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