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E-learning tablet Mwabu targets 12k SA learners

Following its success in Zambia, education technology company Mwabu establishes a South African hub and hires staff.

Hardware

Brother celebrates 60m sewing machines worldwide

The company celebrated this milestone at its three production bases in Taiwan, China and Vietnam.

Business

Connected car revenue to near $50bn by 2022

Growth will be driven by increasing industry involvement from original equipment manufacturers and network operators.

Reuters

Toshiba picks Japan govt, Bain to buy chip unit

The Japanese conglomerate selects a consortium of Japanese government investors and Bain Capital as the preferred bidder for its chip business.

Reuters

Apple tells court Qualcomm chip licences are invalid

Apple argued to a US federal court that licence agreements that secure the chipmaker a cut of every iPhone manufactured were invalid.

Reuters

Scramble to lock up chip supply ahead of iPhone 8

Electronics makers scramble to stock up on memory chips to keep production lines running as the iPhone 8 threatens to worsen a global supply squeeze.

Networking

Cisco introduces new 'intent-based' networking

The new network is able to detect malware in encrypted traffic and is a shift from hardware-centric to software-driven networking for the company. 

Hardware

Downturn in Africa's mobile phone market

Challenging macro-economic conditions in Africa caused a drop in mobile phone shipments in Q1 2017.

Hardware

Not all N+1 configurations are equal

N+1 UPS has arrived as an effective solution to meet power redundancy demands, says Schneider Electric.


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