The gaming and social media firm is one of several Chinese Internet companies whose prospects are suddenly in question after years of spectacular growth.
Despite investors knocking $65?billion off its market value, analysts remain as upbeat as ever about the tech giant.
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Some see salad days ahead, others are unsure.
A buyout and the unbundling of Vodacom could focus Telkom on its core competency.
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Although there is a great deal of excitement around WiMax, Gartner still views the technology with trepidation.
CIOs are blowing a fabulous opportunity to design networks according to new architectural principles, says Gartner.
Speculation is rife around who will succeed Telkom CEO Sizwe Nxasana.