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Elon Musk on brink of ‘Wright Bros moment’

Elon Musk on brink of ‘Wright Bros moment’

If the rocket Elon Musk’s SpaceX expects to launch next week looks familiar, that’s because it is. The Falcon 9 rocket slated to take off from Kennedy Space Centre in Cape Canaveral, Florida

Samsung apologises for involvement in scandals

Samsung apologises for involvement in scandals

Samsung Electronics apologised on Friday for its involvement in scandals that have led to the ouster of South Korea’s president and the recall of its Galaxy Note7 smartphones, pledging to improve governance in the face of

Ignore the white noise: Samsung itself is the focus

Ignore the white noise: Samsung itself is the focus

There’s a lot going on at Samsung Electronics, what with its chief in handcuffs, an activist demanding more cash, the scent of exploding phones and the hum of self-destructing washing machines

Richemont’s first smartwatch: why it matters

Richemont’s first smartwatch: why it matters

Last week, Montblanc became the first brand in the Richemont family of luxury companies to put out a smartwatch. The Montblanc Summit, based on Google’s Android Wear 2 platform, aims to

Google’s ad crisis deepens

Google’s ad crisis deepens

Google’s advertising crisis went global after some of the biggest marketers including AT&T and Johnson & Johnson halted spending on YouTube and the Internet company’s display network, citing concern their ads

ICT policy could prove disastrous for SA

ICT policy could prove disastrous for SA

The national integrated ICT policy white paper, which was released last October by the department of telecommunications & postal services, is an ambitious document filled with many good ideas. It is essential

22seven founder calls it quits

22seven founder calls it quits

Christo Davel, the founder of the personal finance management website 22seven, acquired by Old Mutual in 2013, has resigned. In a note to customers on Wednesday, Davel said he, co-founder Kenny Inggs

Four mobile networks in SA makes no sense

Four mobile networks in SA makes no sense

Spectrum access and industry consolidation are urgent imperatives if information and communications technology is to be used as an effective tool in assisting South Africa to achieve the growth objectives of

Why less tech may soon be more

Why less tech may soon be more

Research on the so-called productivity paradox – declining productivity despite the ongoing technological revolution – abounds in explanations ranging from statistical error to theories

Uber in renewed vow to fix its culture

Uber in renewed vow to fix its culture

Uber Technologies plans to outline diversity goals and publish the results of a sexual harassment investigation over the coming weeks, part of a commitment to fix its corporate culture. A report on

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