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Method in U2’s madness

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E.tv decries decline of free-to-air TV

Commercial broadcaster e.tv has raised concerns about the state of television in South Africa, pointing to what it says is the long-term decline…

Xbox One vs PS4: the ultimate showdown

Xbox One vs PS4: the ultimate showdown

Sony’s PlayStation 4 (PS4) has sold more than 10m units to consumers since its launch in November last year, while Microsoft’s Xbox One…

5G networks promise insane speeds

5G networks promise insane speeds

With the roll-out of 4G mobile Internet not even yet complete, it might seem early to consider starting work on the design of…

M-Pesa: Vodacom’s money spinner in Tanzania

M-Pesa: Vodacom’s money spinner in Tanzania

M-Pesa has seen an impressive uptake for Vodacom in Tanzania, but the telecommunications operator has struggled to get a solid footing for the…

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MTN has appointed former Microsoft South Africa MD Mteto Nyati as its new group chief enterprise officer. The appointment is effective 1 October. The move comes just weeks…

The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) on Monday came under fire from the Democratic Alliance, which claimed that the commission’s new website was broken, causing major delays…

An unidentified suitor has made a bid to acquire 100% of JSE-listed telecommunications and payments specialist Blue Label Telecoms, sending the firm's share price higher by nearly 10%…

Telkom will launch an LTE Advanced (LTE-A) network, offering next-generation mobile broadband speeds to South African consumers, before the end of the year, the group’s chief operating officer,…

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Cell C likely to sue Icasa over rates

Gijima teeters on the brink

Infraco fails to table annual report

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Xbox One vs PS4: the ultimate showdown

Xbox One vs PS4: the ultimate showdown

Sony’s PlayStation 4 (PS4) has sold more than 10m units to consumers since its launch in November last year, while Microsoft’s Xbox One has struggled…

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Start-up wants to give power to the people

South African start-up RiCharge has made a business out of developing solutions to help people keep their smartphones charged. It provides charging solutions for smartphones and tablets in…

SA tech start-ups: a call to action

SA tech start-ups: a call to action

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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Adii Pienaar, SA’s WordPress pioneer

Adii Pienaar, SA’s WordPress pioneer

Any South African developer who has dabbled with WordPress is probably familiar with WooThemes or its spin-off product for e-commerce websites, WooCommerce, the companies Adii…

Nedbank’s geek in chief on the future of banking

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Nokia Lumia 530 review: not quite an upgrade

Nokia Lumia 530 review: not quite an upgrade

Here at TechCentral, we have long been fans of Windows Phone. We think it’s the perfect…

Passport review: BlackBerry’s back, baby

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TalkCentral: Ep 112 – ‘In demand’

TalkCentral: Ep 112 – ‘In demand’

In this week's episode of TalkCentral, your hosts Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg talk…

TalkCentral: Ep 111 – ‘Watch out’

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ZATS: Ep 315 – ‘The Internet of people’

ZATS: Ep 315 – ‘The Internet of people’

Brett Haggard is joined by Michelle Atagana for a chat about African tech, start-ups, video streaming…

ZATS: Ep 314 – ‘Back in service’

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Backspace: ‘Does size matter?’

Backspace: ‘Does size matter?’

View the latest Backspace cartoon from Jerm.…

Backspace: ‘Coming soon’

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