High spectrum prices hit developing nations hard

Too expensive spectrum assignments hinder the uptake of mobile broadband services by consumers in developing economies, a GSMA report finds.

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Liquid Telecom appoints group COO

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The Pan-African telecoms group names Ahmad Mokhles group chief operating officer, a new position within the group.

Google fined record EUR4.3bn in EU antitrust probe

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The Internet search giant fined for imposing illegal restrictions on Android device manufacturers and operators to cement its dominant position.

Local farming start-up gains international attention

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Cape Town-based Aerobotics secures its second round of funding from six investors, some based in Silicon Valley.

Dell EMC targets top black talent in SA

The tech giant introduces the South African chapter of its Black Networking Alliance, a first beyond US borders.

Why are companies still failing their customers?

Artificial intelligence, the Internet of things and mixed reality are shaping the future of customer experience, says Merijn te Booij, CMO of Genesys.

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AI can hunt the hackers using IOT against us

The Internet of things universe and its countless minions can be harnessed to our will to secure networks.

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IoT: Its moment has come

For years, there has been talk of the wonders of the Internet of Things (IoT). Enabling machines to send and receive data has long been touted as the next big thing, but although it has held a lot of promise, IoT never really seemed to get out of the starting blocks. This seems to be changing. As devices are becoming 'smarter' and cheaper, networks are being configured to handle large quantities of data.