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Facebook foes sue to force Zuckerberg to sell majority stake

Social media platform described as 'one of the largest unlawful monopolies ever seen in the United States'.

Vodacom in talks to take subscribers from struggling Cell C

Cell C and its biggest shareholder, Blue Label Telecoms, are battling to service R9 billion in debt.

Telkom shares rocket over 21%

After last week's sell-off.

From solar cars to fake pork: Best new tech for good

Consumer Electronics Show parades innovations that aim to solve social or environmental problems.

Google quietly expands in New York in wake of Amazon’s stumble

The tech giant has added thousands of jobs with its gradual expansions.

Food software startup Olo is said to plan US IPO in 2020

Could raise up to $300m.

Lenovo shows off new $2 499 foldable laptop as technology improves

Folding four years of development.

Musk to come to Shanghai for debut of made-in-China Tesla

Amid a challenging time in China’s auto market.

Give up Facebook for a month and help economists fix GDP

Would you do it?

Rise of the machines

Machines, computers, robots and artificial intelligence have been 'stealing' jobs for decades.

Tencent gets into global groove with stake in Vivendi’s Universal

The move allows the firms to expand in recovering music market.

The Netflix decade: How one company changed the way we watch TV

More viewers are hooked onto streaming services.

China stocks see biggest drop in 6 weeks as tech firms sink

Stocks drop after state-backed fund said it would reduce its stakes in some tech companies.

New big solar project to light up Madagascar

Groupe Filatex teams up with Canada’s DERA Energy.
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