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MTN, Cell C lag Vodacom in customer satisfaction

Customers have become 'increasingly cost- and value-conscious'.

Kenya’s Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore to stay an extra year in post

Collymore said to resume his role as CEO till 2020.

Emerging world’s three biggest stocks are now down $170bn

Tencent, Alibaba and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing have lost a combined $170bn in value in May.

Tesla bears keep piling on as Citi is latest to lower target

Citigroup analyst cites 'negatively skewed' risks, lingering demand and cash flow concerns, for lowering its target.

Huawei woes widen as Asian carriers begin dropping its handsets

Japanese operator NTT Docomo, its rival KDDI Corp and SoftBank's YMobile are among the companies halting introduction of the smartphone.

Apple earnings could be slashed 29% on a China ban, Goldman says

Apple shares have come under pressure alongside the broader tech sector.

So, you own a Huawei phone? Now what?

Google has restricted Huawei’s access to parts of its Android operating system, casting doubt over the future of the smartphone.

Huawei ban ricochets across European stocks as trade woes return

The Trump administration blacklisted Huawei, sending shockwaves across global equity markets.

Sony’s deal with Microsoft blindsided its own PlayStation team

Tech giants announce strategic partnership to co-develop game streaming technology.

Musk gets head start on Bezos launching SpaceX’s satellites

Launch to take place on Thursday evening.

Alibaba beats estimates as recommendations boost sales

Alibaba's recommendations feature to users is driving more sales than traditional search function.

Tencent profit tops estimates, reassuring skittish investors

Tencent investors are counting on the company's revival as it invests in video and news personalisation to win back users.

WhatsApp’s end-to-end encryption gimmic

Is there such a thing as truly secure communication in today's high-tech world?

Walmart matches Amazon with one-day shipping on many items

Starting Tuesday, Walmart customers in Phoenix and Las Vegas who buy at least $35 worth of goods will get free one-day shipping.

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