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Apple, Qualcomm in ‘all-out war’

Apple, Qualcomm in ‘all-out war’

Apple has cut off billions of dollars in payments to Qualcomm, turning a contract dispute into what one analyst called an “all-out war” that has forced the chip supplier to slash forecasts given only days ago. The world’s largest publicly

Why you won’t be flying in a taxi anytime soon

Why you won’t be flying in a taxi anytime soon

The idea is certainly audacious: thwart traffic in congested cities by flying over it. Quick, quiet, clean, cheap. This concept – which requires a new type of battery-powered vertical takeoff and landing vehicle

Zuma’s nuclear ambitions dealt a massive blow

Zuma’s nuclear ambitions dealt a massive blow

A court ruling that the government failed to comply with the constitution when it initiated a process to build new atomic power plants has dealt a major blow to President Jacob Zuma’s nuclear ambitions. The Western Cape

Cyril takes the gloves off

Cyril takes the gloves off

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has taken the gloves off in the contest to become South Africa’s next leader, delivering a scathing speech criticising “the rot” and widespread patronage plaguing the ANC. Ramaphosa stopped short

Zuma’s survival plan: keep power in family

Zuma’s survival plan: keep power in family

President Jacob Zuma may maintain his political clout well after he relinquishes office if his ex-wife and mother of four of his children, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, succeeds him. While Zuma, 75, hasn’t openly anointed

The iPhone’s future? Boring reliability

The iPhone’s future? Boring reliability

For the iPhone’s 10th anniversary, Apple is planning to release new and upgraded models later this year, with updated designs, improved cameras and better screens. But a more important product launch actually began in

Slow PCs are killing productivity: study

Slow PCs are killing productivity: study

It was the third hour of doing nothing that broke James Scott. The 25-year-old researcher was sitting at his desk at an insurance firm in northern England when the Internet went down. And with it went access to all

How small business should tackle cybersecurity

How small business should tackle cybersecurity

Large-scale cyberattacks with eye-watering statistics, like the breach of a billion Yahoo accounts in 2016, grab most of the headlines. But what often gets lost in the noise is how often small and medium-sized organisations

Here comes the next iPhone

Here comes the next iPhone

Ten years after Steve Jobs held up the original iPhone to a gushing San Francisco crowd, Apple is planning its most extensive iPhone lineup to date. Apple is preparing three iPhones for launch as soon as this fall, including

Zuma has ‘done SA great harm’

Zuma has ‘done SA great harm’

President Jacob Zuma’s shock decision to fire his finance minister and stack his cabinet with loyalists may have seemed like good politics, but it’s led to an immediate downgrade of the nation’s

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