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2:10
Aug 23, 2013

One developer, 47k BlackBerry apps

A single developer is responsible for close to 50 000 apps on BlackBerry's app store, many of which are spam-like offerings.

2:50
Aug 21, 2013

App fights blindness

Peek, a smartphone application that conducts eye examinations, is leading the charge against blindness in poverty-stricken and remote areas.

2:00
Aug 19, 2013

Amazon Web Services training goes online

The online training series is designed to provide an alternative to Amazon's classroom-based training programme.

3:30

SA business sees value in big data

Although the majority of IT decision-makers see big data as adding value to business, many businesses have yet to take advantage of it, says EMC.

3:00
Aug 16, 2013

Computing enters third phase

With billions of users and millions of apps, computing is entering a 'third platform' of architecture, says EMC.

2:10
Aug 16, 2013

Social not a 'thing'

Social media should not be viewed as a separate entity, but rather as one building block of an overall strategy, says Microsoft SA.

2:40
Aug 15, 2013

Recruiting effectively through social media

Recruiting on social networks is an excellent way to complement an overall recruitment strategy, says Graylink.

3:20
Aug 15, 2013

Law and order on social media

Social media comes with a complicated load of legal complexities. Be informed, says Webber Wentzel.

2:40

Protecting library assets with RFID

Although electromagnetic tags can assist in reducing library theft, RFID provides a more comprehensive solution, says CSX Customer Services.

2:40
Aug 12, 2013

Xyo re-imagines app search

The app analytics firm uses social media data to improve app searches for developers and consumers.

2:40

Big data calls for data scientists

Regular business intelligence software users do not have the time, background knowledge or inclination to find patterns in data, says BITanium.

2:30
Aug 8, 2013

Improving lives - wirelessly

Qualcomm's Wireless Reach initiative aims to extend the benefits of connectivity to education, entrepreneurship, health and environmental sustainability.

Cathleen O'Grady

Cathleen O'Grady is ITWeb's journalist.