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App stores are the future: Naspers boss

App stores are the future: Naspers boss

In a world where the smartphone is becoming ever more dominant, the app store is becoming key to success for an e-commerce business, according to Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk. In 2014, the

DStv rakes in the cash for Naspers

DStv rakes in the cash for Naspers

Depressed economy? What depressed economy? MultiChoice, which owns DStv, M-Net and SuperSport, has turned in another strong financial performance for the year ended 31 March 2015

Let’s learn to love e-mail again

Let’s learn to love e-mail again

Sent that e-mail you shouldn’t have? Good news! Gmail has introduced an “unsend” feature. For a 30-second window after sending that bad idea to the wrong person, you can “unfire” the gun. Somehow I don’t see this

Apple, Google at mercy of SA banks

Apple, Google at mercy of SA banks

Banks in South Africa hold the key to whether mobile payment systems such as Apple Pay could be widely adopted in the country, says an expert. Apple Pay and Google Wallet enable users to make

Is BlackBerry building an Android smartphone?

Is BlackBerry building an Android smartphone?

Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry is apparently giving serious thought to the idea of releasing a device running Android. According to a report by Reuters, the move would be an acknowledgement by the company’s revamped BlackBerry 10-powered

Why Julian Assange thinks Google is evil

Why Julian Assange thinks Google is evil

Since the last time we were together inside his prison lodgings at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, a few things have changed. Julian Assange has grown a beard, looks more pallid and pauses when I ask after his general health. His legal team are

Why Oracle’s Java suit must fail

Why Oracle’s Java suit must fail

The Java programming language, which has just turned 20 years old, provides developers with a means to write code that is independent of the hardware it runs on: “write once, run anywhere”. But, ironically, while Java was intended to make

Self-driving cars will need people, too

Self-driving cars will need people, too

Self-driving cars are expected to revolutionise the automobile industry. Rapid advances have led to working prototypes faster than most people expected. The anticipated benefits of this emerging technology include safer, faster and more eco-friendly

Growing cybercrime menace laid bare

Growing cybercrime menace laid bare

If you think Eskom’s load shedding causes disruptions, there’s potentially an even bigger problem for the economy waiting in the wings – a technology outage caused by a cyber attack. The very functioning

Street View comes to Robben Island

Street View comes to Robben Island

Google has released Street View imagery for Robben Island. The images are available on Google Maps. The company has also made available an audio-visual tour of Robben Island hosted by the Google

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