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Beware mobile banking apps

Users should consider whether security risks are worth the convenience, says F5 Networks.


App accepts paper cheques, Bitcoins

PayStand's mobile app accepts credit cards, paper and electronic cheques, and Bitcoins.


Twitter ups Periscope

The social networking service unveils its Periscope video streaming app, days after reports that it had blocked rival app Meerkat.


WebTitan 5.00 conquers online risks

The solution includes advanced HTTPS filtering for sites using SSL inspection, and supports YouTube for Schools and Safe Search options. [Local rep: Robinson Distribution]


AIS, Ovations enter into agreement

By adopting a partner-focused approach, AIS teams up with Ovations to offer products that cover the gamut of ICT needs.


SITA spends R1bn on 'learning curve'

The State IT Agency's R1.3 billion investment in the failed integrated financial management system is a waste of resources.


Calling all hackers

An online hacking competition invites South Africans to enter to win a trip to Hackfu in the UK.


Red Hat profit forecast matches estimates

Despite the strong dollar, the Linux distributor's profit forecast matches analysts' estimates.


Facebook brings apps, businesses to Messenger

The service is now open for developers to create apps and for shoppers to communicate directly with retailers.

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