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4:20
Yesterday

Why is Telkom letting ADSL die?

If ADSL is making a loss, at least let it make a meaningful loss that challenges SA's data norms.

4:20

I don't mean to be a Grinch, but...

Go into Black Friday and festive season shopping with a firm grip on your credit card. Here's how.

8:20

CommScope spends $7.4bn

The company acquired Arris International, a telecoms equipment maker, for $7.4 billion.

6:50

IBM splashes out on Red Hat

The company acquired Red Hat, an open source software and services company, for $34 billion.

5:10

The future of work is more human than you think

Organisations and individuals need to shift skills priorities to benefit from the new reality of the fourth industrial revolution.

7:40

Microsoft regains its spot

Microsoft overtakes Amazon as the second most valuable company in the US, after Apple.

5:10

Harris, L3 Technologies join forces

The companies agree to an all-stock merger of equals, creating the US's sixth largest defence contractor.

6:10
Oct 17, 2018

Regulation, re-imagination and the recession

With the recession likely to spark more credit applications, businesses need to look at affordability and credit-worthiness data holistically.

5:00
Oct 15, 2018

Alphabet's Google gets schooled

Google revealed private profile data of at least 500 000 users may have been exposed to hundreds of external developers.

8:50
Oct 8, 2018

Tencent Holdings goes under the knife

In its first restructuring in six years, the company will consolidate three content business units and create a new group for cloud and smart industries.

4:20
Oct 3, 2018

Infrastructure? What infrastructure? It's the thinking that counts

Post-conflict nations can punch far above their weight when it comes to innovation and digital advances.

6:00
Oct 1, 2018

Facebook hit again

About 50 million Facebook accounts may have been affected by a new security breach.

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