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YouTube Red takes on Netflix

YouTube Red takes on Netflix

How much would you pay to use YouTube? It’s a serious question. What if YouTube removed all those adverts? What if it offered exclusive content? Google, which owns YouTube, may soon have definitive answers to those questions. In late October last year, Google launched YouTube Red

What’s gone wrong at Yahoo

What’s gone wrong at Yahoo

Spare a thought for the CEO of Yahoo, Marissa Mayer. Nearly four years on the job, the ailing Internet giant is still struggling to deliver a credible path to growth. And following the US$4,3bn loss the company reported for the year in its latest results, the Yahoo board undercut her plan

Media’s digital dream lies in tatters

Media’s digital dream lies in tatters

There once was a dream. As the reading public moved, inevitably, from getting their news on dead trees to reading it on the Internet, vast amounts of money would follow. Fortunes awaited the brave. The logic was simple enough. As eyes moved to the Internet

Tech giants chase VR, AI riches

Tech giants chase VR, AI riches

What do Apple, Facebook, Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Samsung all have in common? Sure, all six are technology companies, but the similarity runs much deeper. All six are now battling with each other to dominate the next wave of technology innovation

How BlackBerry learnt to love Android

How BlackBerry learnt to love Android

The unthinkable has happened. BlackBerry, which has always developed phones that run its own operating system software, has released its first smartphone running Android. And if the

Google’s Go triumph a milestone for AI research

Google’s Go triumph a milestone for AI research

Researchers from Google DeepMind have developed the first computer able to defeat a human champion at the board game Go. But why has the online giant invested millions of dollars and some of the finest minds in artificial intelligence research to create a computer

Vodacom, MTN want to break the Internet

Vodacom, MTN want to break the Internet

As you might have seen, the networks are at it again, on a drive to get the government to regulate Web services, which these network operators like to call “over-the-top” providers. Regulating Internet services will have a huge ripple effect throughout

OTT providers blast SA’s mobile operators

OTT providers blast SA’s mobile operators

Global technology groups Microsoft, Google and Facebook strongly rebuffed arguments put forward by mobile operators on Tuesday that they do not pay taxes, did not provide their own infrastructure

Driving under the influence of technology

Driving under the influence of technology

Very soon – much sooner than you think – your car will drive itself. While you chat on the phone, work on your laptop, read or even sleep, your car will drive you wherever you need to go. In fact, in a decade or two, your car probably won’t even have a steering wheel or pedals

Cell C warns against OTT regulation

Cell C warns against OTT regulation

South Africa’s third largest mobile network, Cell C, says that possible local regulation of over-the-top (OTT) services such as WhatsApp and Skype could harm the industry and consumers. OTT services – which range from WhatsApp to Skype and

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