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Digital TV finally moves ahead

The Universal Service and Access Agency of SA sneaks out tenders for subsidised decoders needed for migration.

Tenders for decoders for subsidised set-top boxes close on 6 January.

Security

Ex Sony employees sue over data breach

Former staff members propose a class action suit after last month's hack reveals employees' personal information.

Business

WTO talks on duty-free tech trade collapse

Participants are expected to reconvene in 2015 to see if they can overcome the impasse.

Business

BlackBerry third-quarter revenue falls more than expected

The company's shares fall 5.4% after it reports weaker than expected results.

Business

Ellies comes in at a loss

Ellies experiences the toughest period in its 30-year existence.

Hardware

Cook makes 'substantial' donation for gay rights

Apple CEO Tim Cook aims to promote gay rights in socially conservative states.

Business

Africa's top seven e-commerce friendly countries

Africa Internet Group details which of Africa's countries it believes are the most e-commerce friendly.

Business

EU clears Lufthansa outsourcing deal with IBM

Lufthansa can go ahead with selling its IT infrastructure unit to IBM.

Business

Dotcom darling Lastminute.com sells for $120m

Lastminute.com is being bought by a Swiss online travel company.


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