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Neotel to give Vodacom the edge

A competitor with a sharp edge. That appears to be the conclusion if the R7bn tie-up between Vodacom and Neotel goes ahead. While…

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Cell C shows massive subscriber growth

Third mobile operator Cell C is making significant inroads against its bigger rivals, growing its subscriber base by 44% in the 2014 financial…

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Cell C, Telkom offer best mobile deals: Tariffic

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The next frontier in human-computer interaction

Eye tracking devices sound a lot more like expensive pieces of scientific research equipment than joysticks — yet if the announcements about the…

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If you’d invested R40 000 in the shares of Durban-based technology company Adapt IT five years ago, you’d be a millionaire today. Adapt IT’s shares have risen by…

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