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IBM keeps on spending

The company bought Aperto, a German-based digital agency, and, a full-service digital agency.

No fun with the Sons

Technology generally makes things easier, but at the recent Mumford and Sons concert it left much to be desired.

Xerox to split into two

One of the companies will house Xerox's hardware operations, and the other its services business.

FireEye has sights set on iSight

The company buys iSight Partners for $200 million, in a move designed to boost its cyber intelligence offerings.

Panama ex-president in bribery scandal

Ricardo Martinelli is one of several alleged co-conspirators in a bribery scheme that helped SAP sell millions of dollars in software to Panama.

Sticks and stones?

Online platforms give our words a wider audience. But is this a good thing?

2015: Tough for SA's ICT, buoyant elsewhere

It has been a tough year for the ICT industry with overall worldwide ICT spending down as a result of the strong US dollar and some immense fluctuations on the key stock markets.

Samsung pays IOU to Apple

The company will finally hand over the more than $548 million it owes for infringing the patents and designs of Apple.

2015: The year of the fall

This year's viral social media sensations were all about falling.

The tech conference drinking game

Tech conferences, with all their clichés, would make for a fantastic drinking game – although hackneyed events can derail our focus with no alcohol at all.

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