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SA’s top trending Google searches in 2015

Load shedding and xenophobia topped the most trending search terms on Google by South Africans in 2015.

Facebook partners with Uber for ride-hailing service via Messenger

The new service will allow users to hail Uber rides directly from the Messenger app.

Have iPhone sales peaked?

Analysts predict slump in fiscal 2016.

Elon Musk, other tech chiefs back artificial intelligence startup with $1bn

Aims to "advance digital intelligence in the way that is most likely to benefit humanity as a whole"

Facebook service aimed at professionals to launch in coming months

After spending a year in tests.

Yahoo shelves plan to spin off Alibaba stake

Company will instead create a separate company to hold the rest of its assets.

SAVuka TV: new VOD service launching in SA

Yet another competitor is poised to enter the increasingly crowded video-on-demand market in South Africa, but SAVuka TV promises to be a very different offering.

Four services to eliminate every chore from your life

A new crop of startups promises to take the stress out of using outsourcing services.

Tech start-ups are forced to learn the art of cost-cutting

VCs are telling their companies to rein in spending, leading to job cuts at some Silicon Valley darlings.

Computers learn how to paint whatever you tell them to

Advancements in artificial intelligence give machines an imagination and produce some strange imagery.

WeChat to pump R50m into tech start-ups

'To support local entrepreneurs and technology innovations'.

MTN FrontRow relaunched as VU

Prices cut to match the competition.

Amazon founder Bezos’ rocket company passes landing test

Blue Origin is among a handful of companies developing vehicles to carry cargo and paying passengers into space.

Machines are better than humans at hiring the best employees

When an algorithm picks the candidate, they stay longer and perform better, new research finds.

Microsoft revamps security plan as part of $1bn investment

To respond faster to threats across its various products.



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