The social media network considers building a premium version of its popular Tweetdeck interface aimed at professionals.
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The social media giant debuts an advertising format that allows businesses to display e-commerce catalogues on the platform.
Facebook and Periscope introduce new features that let users broadcast from desktops and other devices.
Alphabet's Google says its maps app will soon allow users to share their locations in real-time, on devices running on Android and iOS.
A total of 12.5 billion retail assets will be connected to IOT platforms by 2021, predicts Juniper Research.
The city council wants to ensure its troubled unit, the Metropolitan Trading Company, gets back on its feet.
Twitter steps up efforts to get rid of posts from users advocating political or religious violence, increasingly using software to find them.
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Application programming interfaces are crucial to business growth in the application economy.
The company has been fined $1.2 billion by the US government for illegally shipping networking equipment to Iran and North Korea.
It's about cost benefits, stupid!
An incredible digital opportunity exists in Africa that will allow it to leapfrog the rest of the world.
Companies are missing the big data boat – it's there for everyone but its potential is being wasted.
Africa has a resource that's not only more disruptive than oil, but is potentially unlimited, writes TransUnion Africa CEO Lee Naik.
Digital currencies are definitely in our future, but the form remains to be seen.
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