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Why the mobile revolution matters for business

WATCH: Your customers have moved on from the desktop computer - Google.

BlackBerry’s new Android smartphone could be its last device

The Canadian company has unveiled several new phones in the last 2 years but none has managed to stop hardware sales from falling.

Twitter results underline Dorsey’s turnaround challenge

'They have to change that conversation about what is Twitter’s audience, and how it will grow,' analyst says.

Alibaba shakes off slowing Chinese economy with sales surge

'I would be buying this aggressive company right now' - venture capitalist.

How did Mxit go so wrong?

Former employees suggest it was already in a bad state when Alan Knott-Craig Jr bought it and never really recovered.

Say hello to SA’s next big fintech player

The telcos company has set its sights on becoming a major player in financial services for the mass market.

Custom-made organs and tissues may be closer than we think.

This professor is making arteries with an off-the-shelf 3D printer.

Diebold hopes to bring solar-powered ATMs to SA

Using 40% less power than traditional models.

The science of picking the right music at work

When wielded the right way, music can increase your output.

Uber is legal in London – British court

Following months of protests from drivers of black cabs.

[VIDEO] Fight! What’s eating the CIO?

CMOs spending more on tech ... seemingly over 75% of the CMO's budget will be allocated to digital spend’ - Farren Roper.

JSE’s best and worst performing tech shares

An investment in Adapt IT over the last three years or, even better, over five years would have paid off handsomely.

The encryption battle is bound to get nastier

The media fight of the decade is on.

Fortune 500 tech company to come to SA market

Set to give SA small business a sales boost.

Twitter plans to cut up to 8% of its global workforce

Restructuring will cost between $5 million and $15 million.
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