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Method in U2’s madness

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Method in U2’s madness

On 9 September, U2 released their new album, Songs of Innocence, but not quite in the normal style: they are offering it as…

Fitness trackers: wearer be warned

Fitness trackers: wearer be warned

People interested in tracking their health, physical activity levels and body functions can now choose from a plethora of sensor-embedded digital gadgets to…

Deep divisions over Internet governance

Deep divisions over Internet governance

How the Internet is governed is no longer a matter seen fit to be left to mere technical committees. With the extent of…

Apple gets the ‘big’ religion

Apple gets the ‘big’ religion

Apple has finally got the “big” religion. America’s biggest smartphone maker on Tuesday unveiled two new and larger-screen iPhones at a glitzy launch…

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Cell C will survive with or without “asymmetry” in mobile termination rates, but there is a principle involved that must be defended, the mobile operator’s CEO, Jose Dos…

Thami Mtshali has stepped down as CEO of iBurst parent Wireless Business Solutions (WBS), with financial director Clinton Holroyd being named acting CEO. WBS nonexecutive director David Hilewitz…

Vodacom has announced plans to launch fibre-to-the-business (FTTB) services in South Africa, starting with selected business parks in Gauteng, Cape Town and Durban, which will get access to…

While the ongoing theft of copper cable continues to cost the economy billions of rand a year, government says it has placed tightening laws to deal with the…

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In the past couple of years, start-ups -- especially in the technology sector - have at long last been given a bit more time in the spotlight. This…

SA’s WumDrop is like Uber for deliveries

SA’s WumDrop is like Uber for deliveries

WumDrop, a Cape Town start-up, has designs on becoming the Uber of courier services in South Africa, and it has set it sights on the broader African continent,…

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Nokia Lumia 930 review: smarty

The Nokia Lumia 930 is a superb successor to 2013’s already very good Lumia 925. In…

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TalkCentral: Ep 111 – ‘Watch out’

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ZATS: Ep 313 – ‘Sneaky sneaks’

ZATS: Ep 313 – ‘Sneaky sneaks’

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