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Internet

Is Yahoo-AOL merger recipe for revival?

A proposed merger of Internet pioneers AOL and Yahoo could create a nimbler player in Web video, say industry experts.

Business

Internet of things will lead to casualties

Companies that fail to embrace the new era of computing will limit their lifespan.

Internet

Amazon tests smart home gadgets

The company will boost staff at its Silicon Valley hardware unit over the next five years as it tests Internet-connected smart home gadgets.

Business

Time for IT to transform

In the face of the rising IT mega trends, IT has to transform as business does, says HP.

Hardware

Sony readies PlayStation TV

The PlayStation TV set-top box will hit stores in the US and Canada on 14 October.

Computing

Powertime app expands to Windows Phone

The prepaid electricity merchant expands its payment app to Windows Phone.

Telecoms

FNB extends cross-border payment options

The bank launches Zimbabwe and Mozambique money transfers on its banking app.

Enterprise

Enterprise mobility tops CIO agenda

South African organisations are beginning to take enterprise mobility very seriously, says IDC.

Telecoms

It's satellite vs online in VOD race

DStv could face some stiff competition in the content-streaming space, as Altech unveils its video-on-demand and smart tech console.


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