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Online shopping safer, fraud still a worry

Jul 16 2014 20:46

Almost every South African card user has performed a secure e-commerce transaction with their card in the last few months, but there is still concern over fraud.


BlackBerry stock falls after Apple-IBM deal

Jul 16 2014 18:12

Blackberry stocks have fallen sharply a day after the announcement of a landmark deal between rivals Apple and IBM to offer custom-tailored apps for businesses.


Unions take on Telkom over planned job cuts

Jul 08 2014 11:23

Two unions representing some of Telkom's workers are taking the landline provider to court over possible retrenchments.


Mobile dominates global sales

Jul 08 2014 08:43

Global sales of electronic devices including PCs, tablets and mobile phones have reached the 2.4 billion unit mark, with the mobile segment leading the way.


Imagine: A virtual card immune to fraud

Jul 08 2014 09:48

Net1 Mobile Solutions MD, Philip Belamant, is confident that his company has found an innovative way to secure its mobile virtual card from any kind of fraud.


Mass spec lab opens in Gauteng

Jul 07 2014 14:16

Africa's first accelerator mass spectrometry facility has been unveiled by Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor.


Regulator tells banks to shun Bitcoin

Jul 05 2014 10:33

Europe's top banking regulator has called on the region's banks not to deal in virtual currencies such as Bitcoin.


Solar boost for Wi-Fi

Jul 02 2014 12:22

New solar lamps will be Wi-Fi hotspots in rural areas and shacks, says Gugu Lourie.


New way for Huawei

Jul 02 2014 07:12

The release of Huawei’s new P7 flagship smartphone rounds out its SA strategy, says Arthur Goldstuck.


Google Street View privacy case to continue

Jun 30 2014 19:01

The US Supreme Court has rejected Google's bid to dismiss a lawsuit accusing it of violating federal wiretap law.

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Samsung faces falling profits

Jul 07 2014 16:30

Samsung Electronics faces a third straight quarter of profit decline that could continue as cheaper models grab a bigger share.


HP to settle suits over Autonomy deal

Jun 29 2014 19:00

Hewlett-Packard has agreed to settle litigation over its troubled $11.1bn acquisition of British software company Autonomy.

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