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Fighting cyber crime in Nigeria

Nigerian cyber criminals believe in networking, and make use of the slightest opportunities available for financial gain.


Facebook talks up virtual reality

Virtual reality, artificial intelligence and drones will enable Facebook to create a more life-like and useful social network, it says.


'Thingalytics' takes on digital disruption

Business needs "thingalytics" to make sense of the fast big data that flows from the digital planet, says Software AG.


'Robot invasion' imminent

Intelligent applications will soon take over personal lives and business operations, says VCE.


CIOs at the speed of business

The speed of business today demands CIOs become ever-more agile, resilient, secure and innovative, says IDC.


Telematics data baffles fleet operators

Fleet managers face challenges in harnessing the information derived from telematics systems, operators say.


SA gets Climate Innovation Centre

The centre will provide entrepreneurs with resources to develop environmentally-focused technologies.


HP partners with Bang & Olufsen

Hewlett-Packard will equip its PCs, tablets and other gadgets with Bang & Olufsen audio technology.


Amazon blasts US drone delay

The US is falling behind other countries in the potentially lucrative area of unmanned aviation technology, says Amazon.

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