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3:30
Thursday

WorldRemit intros money transfer service for SMEs

The money transfer service allows UK-based firms to securely send money to employees and contractors in 140 countries, including SA.

2:10
Thursday

WhatsApp threatens bulk messaging abusers

The move is instigated by the emergence of a raft of companies bypassing usage restrictions to advertise products.

3:30
Wednesday

SA, Kenya among highest data prices in Africa

South Africans pay around six times more for 1GB of data than mobile users in India, while Kenyans pay 10 times more than Indians, says an Opera report.

4:30

iOS developers hit Apple with App Store fees lawsuit

The developers allege the tech giant used its monopoly to implement “profit-killing” commissions and fees in its App Store.

4:50

Top considerations for HR app that drives employee engagement

Businesses must digitise their HR functions to attract young talent and keep their workforce engaged, says HR Artis.

2:30

macOS Mojave bug lets attackers bypass security features

Former National Security Agency hacker Patrick Wardle uncovers a vulnerability in macOS Mojave.

3:20

Apple chops up iTunes offering

The tech conglomerate will separate iTunes into three separate apps: Apple Music, Podcasts and Apple TV, in a bid to simplify the offering.

2:10

AppConverge, Proceed Group form alliance

The companies have joined forces in an alliance called AppProceed to bring SAP Data Management expertise to the SAP SA environment.

2:40

Apple expected to close iTunes

Apple’s online music store and audio storage facility, iTunes, is rumoured to be shutting down, with Apple choosing to split the service into separate apps.

4:10

Winners of #SS19Hack announced

Three teams of young coders and an overall individual winner were awarded for their solutions to “secure the future citizen”.

3:20

Uber Eats taps into local township market

The food delivery service expands into SA’s biggest township, Soweto.