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South Africa is Sub-Saharan Africa’s most innovative economy.
Shenzhen is an electronics hotspot, but visitors can’t tweet about it.
The world's third-largest PC-maker is reportedly in talks to buy the under-pressure data storage company.
An Austrian law student's two-year battle against Facebook and mass US surveillance culminates in a landmark ruling.
Regulatory and competitive obstacles in major markets make global expansion costly and risky for the ride-hailing app.
The technology company showcased its new ZenBook and ZenPad at the rAge gaming expo this morning.
Three-quarters of urban-living South Africans who use the Internet every day, use their cellphones to access it.
Amazon taps into IOT The company unveils its AWS Internet of things platform during the ongoing AWS re:Invent Conference.
Solving social ills requires mobile will Using smart technology to solve social problems requires a business model that provides value for all.
IT Personality, Visionary CIO finalists named Five finalists will compete for SA IT industry's highest individual accolades.
Forbes Top 50 Social Media Influencer heads to SA in October Very few businesses have leveraged the potential that all the different social networks have, says Neal Schaffer.
Does CIO stand for 'career is over'? The traditional role of the CIO as senior IT specialist is over, says FlowCentric’s Denis Bensch.
Let's have this conversation ladies, and then let's actually do something.
Invention start-up company Quirky filed for Chapter 11 relief and put its smart home platform Wink up for sale.
Shenzhen produces 90% of the world's consumer electronics; however, visitors won't be able to tweet about it.
The company will cut about 30 000 jobs, as it seeks to put the doomed EDS acquisition behind it.
Telkom is to begin the long-awaited process of local loop unbundling.
Indian authorities look into possible market abuse by the Internet search giant.
The Ashley Madison hack says more about society than it does about the platform itself.
The company bought Kerensen Consulting, Tempo AI and Toopher for over $57 million.
The tech revolution blurs the lines in the new reality of the app economy, where all companies are in the software business.
Data hygiene ensures a data warehouse is populated with accurate and complete data.
Governance is still the biggest hurdle in the race to effective business intelligence.
The business case for master data management and data quality.
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.