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  1. Chipmakers’ forecasts prompt Nokia slump fears
  2. ICASA strike is over
  3. Apple loses Dutch bid for Samsung tablet ban once again
  4. Cell C not speaking about management exodus
  5. Pinnacle Technology H1 earnings up 45%
  6. EMC Q4 revenue up by 14%
  7. Apple's revenue exceeds expectations
  8. Yahoo's Q4 revenue slips
  9. Web Africa reveals plans for revenue growth
  10. Google to unify privacy policy across the board
  11. Nvidia shares drop due to cut revenue forecast
  12. Yahoo's Thompson says company needs to do better
  13. Dotcom refused bail in New Zealand
  14. Ericsson misses Q4 targets, challenges remain
  15. SAP expecting double-digit operating proft rise
  16. Apple leading Google in US smartphone war
  17. Pinnacle Technology shares climb on news of earnings update
  18. Qualcomm to assist MTN Nigeria for 3G network
  19. Telkom looking for new Telkom Mobile MD?
  20. EU talks tough on online data privacy
  21. Gijima H1 HEPS is at 3c – 3.15c vs 28.24c loss
  22. Green ICT will be forced forward by rising energy costs
  23. Telkom fixed line monopoly won't be protected: DoC
  24. Huge Apple results point to a good 2012
  25. Netflix customer base grows, shares surge
  26. Symantec profits, forecast meets estimates
  27. Nokia struggles in early days for Windows Phone
  28. SanDisk warns of tough H1 2012
  29. Tim Cook faces his first test with Apple's mountain of cash
  30. Telkom confirms search for Telkom Mobile MD
  31. Old Mutual, T-Systems sign multi-billion rand IT deal
  32. Android tablets catching up to iPad
  33. Global action needed to combat cybercrime - UN
  34. SA twits lead Africa tweets - study
  35. SA listed as one of the top spam source countries
  36. Nokia earnings fall less than expected
  37. Ad Dynamo uses personal service to take on Google
  38. Industry veteran Dave Deetlefs joins Huge Telecom
  39. Kodak’s is a cautionary tale
  40. Rumour: 8ta in co-location talks with ATC
  41. McAfee rejects Symantec claims over market share
  42. Motorola awaits Google deal approva, posts loss
  43. Lawmakers press Google on privacy policy changes
  44. Twitter restricting user content in some countries
  45. Apple will find Asia may be tough to crack: Analysis
  46. Facebook takes ‘clickjacking’ spammers to court
  47. Samsung hits record profit; plans $22 billion capex
  48. Dialogue Group to delist
  49. Investors looking at MTN risk vs reward
  50. 22seven vs SA banks
  51. Investors tune in to Philips outlook
  52. Open source software - the default choice
  53. Facebook may file for IPO by next Wednesday
  54. Update on Telkom-KT Corp deal
  55. Q&A Session: Michael Styer, NetApp South Africa
  56. Ex-Palm chief leaves HP following WebOS move
  57. Apple not ignoring supply chain problems: Cook
  58. RIM CEO has big plans for BlackBerry
  59. Twitter’s censorship plan causes global stir
  60. SA Cellular CEOs reveal their chosen devices
  61. eBucks attracts 2.5 million members
  62. Nanya: not involved in Elpida-Micron deal
  63. Megaupload user data may be deleted by Thursday
  64. RDB Consulting and Webcom in buy-back deal
  65. Philips CEO warns of difficult H1 2012
  66. Canon’s president steps down
  67. PayU and Ukash partner for online payments
  68. MTN loses ground as Nigeria conflict continues
  69. Festive season boosts FNB eWallet
  70. NetApp to invest more in SA operations
  71. Ericsson and MTN re-sign in Ghana
  72. Eskom warning: drastically reduce electricity usage
  73. HP director leaves board
  74. Facebook IPO: bankers seek prestige over fees
  75. Symantec assures is pcAnywhere safe
  76. Libya to protect Zamtel investment
  77. Mexicans overcharged billions for telecoms: study
  78. RIM stresses importance of independent chair
  79. South African Google+ users approaches half a million - report
  80. MTN Business: the right price at the right time
  81. Toshiba outlook cut after Q3 profit tumbles
  82. Samsung Galaxy tab ban upheld in Germany
  83. Logitech’s new Lifesize CEO targets growth
  84. Qatar to gain stake in Cell C?
  85. SEACOM ties up agreement with Mozambican govt
  86. Africa Cellular Towers advises further caution
  87. SuperSport appoints new chief executive
  88. Google Kenya head exits after Mocality problems
  89. Teraco: 2012 capex spend
  90. Sharp plans LCD panel output cut at Osaka
  91. Kodak directors sued over stock
  92. Apple to drive global retail
  93. Facebook to file $5 billion IPO Wednesday
  94. LG reports handset profit
  95. ADSL services: how to make money
  96. Hirai to become Sony president, CEO in April
  97. Noel Studti appointed as chief sales and marketing officer at Neotel
  98. TopTV CEO not axed yet: ODM
  99. Huge Telecom primed for growth
  100. MICROmega buys controlling stake in MIS Consulting
  101. Softline Pastel launches BEE 123 portal
  102. ABSA explains Yodlee block decision
  103. Numara Software SA waiting for acquisition clarification
  104. Microsoft slams Google in newspaper ads
  105. Nokia revamp will hurt results
  106. Mexico’s Televisa deal blocked by watchdog
  107. Elpida posts $1.6 billion annual loss
  108. AVG Technologies shares priced at $16/share
  109. Kaz Hirai to confront scale of Sony turnaround task
  110. Facebook to embark on mega-IPO
  111. Qualcomm beats forecast, shares rise
  112. Craig Kidson back at Cell C
  113. Bidorbuy reveals growth plans
  114. Cell C's Simon Camerer joins MultiChoice
  115. Telecoms stocks climb aboard JSE train
  116. TopTV CEO resigns
  117. Turkcell looking to bring legal case against MTN in US
  118. Who will make the most money from Facebook IPO
  119. AMD CEO Rory Read prepares company for a fight
  120. Hacked companies not revealing the truth
  121. Groupon shares jump amidst Facebook IPO
  122. Preview: Jasco H1 HEPS seen up to 100% higher
  123. EFF wants to access data on Megaupload servers
  124. New Facebook millionaires should stop and take a breath
  125. Google tightens Android app store security
  126. Hitachi in business restructure
  127. Panasonic heading for record annual loss
  128. SA business failing to grasp social media - research
  129. Malware threat on the rise
  130. Flat-rate smartphone data war is busy brewing
  131. Poynting expects H1 HEPS rise
  132. South Africa denies MTN influence on Iran nuclear talks
  133. How South Africans can get a slice of Facebook
  134. SA's richest person worth R61bn
  135. Derek Wilcocks Q&A
  136. Micron CEO dies in plane crash
  137. Facebook’s high tax rate may drop
  138. Q&A: Chris Radley, MD Nashua Mobile
  139. Dimension Data in Plett DA tender mess
  140. Artivision says in tie-up with Intel
  141. But are you making money?
  142. Olympus ex-CEO sees more revelations
  143. Facebook looks at mobiles for revenue
  144. Jasco H1 HEPS up 96%
  145. HTC needs to prove its worth
  146. Spescom, restructure boosts Jasco
  147. Why BlackBerry dominates in South Africa
  148. MTN and Altron lead tech decline on JSE
  149. Nedbank eyes leap in earnings
  150. Craig Venter hits back after Business Times article
  151. As Facebook grows up, it courts Madison Avenue
  152. Oracle looks for trial against SAP over downloads
  153. Facebook governance concerns Californian pension fund
  154. Amazon dips toes into physical world
  155. Cisco reports solid second quarter
  156. Major cyber fraud in SA private sector, says security analyst
  157. MTN, TurkCell in talks over lawsuit
  158. JSE trading restored after infrastructure glitch
  159. Net1, Sassa contract concluded
  160. Toshiba SA shows 200% sales growth
  161. Hackers demanded cash for Symantec Corp stolen blueprints
  162. MICROmega and Super Group in cloud services deal
  163. Lobby group cries foul over Facebook user data
  164. MTN Nigeria says MEND threat is govt responsibility
  165. Dimension Data acquires US firm Xigo
  166. Powertech unveils Pretoria tech centre
  167. Blue Label Telecoms HEPS seen up to 48% higher for H1
  168. Poynting highlights strong growth in 2012
  169. RIM is "ready to compete"
  170. Halliburton dumps BlackBerry for iPhone
  171. Yahoo chairman, directors leave company
  172. Amazon, Viacom close to online video deal
  173. US pension fund wants Facebook board to diversify
  174. Acer sues former CEO over Lenovo move
  175. US court jurisdiction in MTN/TurkCell dispute questioned
  176. NEC appoints president of NEC Africa
  177. Sony rating cut to BBB+ by S&P
  178. Nokia to wield axe again, 4,000 in line
  179. Telkom looks no further than Lazarus Zim
  180. Vodacom group revenue up 12.2% to R18bn in H1
  181. Customer growth spurs Vodacom Intl service revenue
  182. Vodacom shares decline despite revenue growth
  183. Sprint Nextel post bigger loss as iPhone weighs
  184. 15 new hacking settlements for News Corp
  185. ICT salaries in South Africa for 2012 revealed
  186. Adaptit H1 HEPS up 74%
  187. Vodacom cuts 3GB business broadband price
  188. Ericsson sued for $330 million
  189. Kaspersky Lab shows slow 2011 sales growth
  190. Google pledges to not favor Motorola over rivals
  191. Groupon shares down after loss and weak sales
  192. Cisco Q3 revenue outlook strong
  193. SA managed services market to reach $3.86bn
  194. Vodafone missed quarterly revenue forecasts
  195. Telecoms unlikely to feature in State of the Nation Address
  196. Lenovo beats forecasts amid growing market share
  197. Lenovo beats forecasts amid growing market share
  198. ARB Holdings interim HEPS up 4%
  199. Capitalism a scam: Cosatu
  200. R89bn needed for broadband rollout - DoC
  201. iPad 3 coming in March: rumour
  202. LinkedIn quarterly revenue beats expectations
  203. Intel settles lawsuit for $6.5 million
  204. Kazuo Hirai plans to extend PlayStation strategy
  205. Vox Orion MD: LCR will never die
  206. Net1 UEPS EPS up 154% in Q2
  207. Nashua predicts mobile banking revolution
  208. SA Cellular CEOs look at smartphone trends for 2012
  209. Cyber era militaries scramble for new skills
  210. BlackBerry out, iPhone in at U.S. climate agency
  211. Apple sues Motorola Mobility
  212. EU to approve Google's Motorola deal
  213. Google Wallet is a security risk
  214. Mandela banknotes announced
  215. CFOs vs current economic climate
  216. Vodacom full year dividend payout at 100%?
  217. Apple attacks Samsung phones again
  218. Vodafone confirms offer for Cable & Wireless
  219. UK Gambling service to halt activities in SA
  220. Soitec wins SA funding
  221. Olympus expects $412 million loss
  222. Iran cuts communication channels for business
  223. FNB leads banking in digital/tech space
  224. Blue Label Telecoms eyes M&As in 2012
  225. Apple looks at labour practices at Foxconn, partners
  226. ISS slams Facebook share structure
  227. India probes Google, Yahoo for forex violation
  228. MTN's rating gets upgraded
  229. Telkom hearing adjourned
  230. Hitachi concludes Shoden Data Systems buy
  231. FNB allows access 22seven
  232. Mobile CEOs: spectrum and site rollout a concern
  233. Vodacom profits on expectation of Telkom abuse case outcome
  234. Telkom faces a huge fine
  235. Telkom fine resolution positive for KT deal
  236. BlackBerry faces new challenges in U.S.
  237. Tim Cook: cash discussions intensifying
  238. Yahoo-Alibaba talks hit a snag
  239. Absa commits to thousands of NFC-enabled terminals
  240. FNB boasts surge in mobile banking in Africa
  241. Telkom defiant while under fire in competition case
  242. SKA decision key to investment
  243. Online learning platform launched by GIBS
  244. The great WiMax gamble
  245. Cisco appeals Microsoft/Skype deal
  246. Apple seeks to sue Kodak
  247. Chinese cities halt Apple iPad orders
  248. Former executives arrested over Olympus fraud
  249. Telemasters dil headline loss 2.50c vs 8c HEPS
  250. Mustek HEPS seen 55% - 65% lower for H1