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  1. ADSL IPC price cut boost ISP profitability
  2. Sony to axe 10,000 jobs in turnaround bid: Nikkei
  3. Facebook in $1bn Instagram purchase
  4. Microsoft in $1bn patent deal with AOL
  5. TurkCell seeks $100 million from MTN in defamtion case
  6. Sharp looks to rescue struggling LCD plant
  7. Court opens up Google's legal wounds
  8. SA Banks battle it out on price and services
  9. Sony posts a record $6.4 billion loss
  10. Android beats Apple as top smartphone OS in China
  11. SA's MXit, Tencent feature in top mobile social networks list
  12. Another ConvergeNet director resigns
  13. Mobile operators could ultimately win through social messaging
  14. Softphone for business
  15. SANRAL scheduled to mee DA over e-tolls
  16. RIM losing money on BlackBerry hardware: analyst
  17. Microsoft will struggle versus Apple, Google in tablet market
  18. Yahoo CEO sketches out new plan to jump-start growth
  19. Top-paid telecom CEOs in South Africa
  20. Apple market value touches $600 billion
  21. Tablet boom expected when business catches up
  22. Yahoo CEO lays out comeback plans
  23. China's ZTE sold embargoed US equipment to Iran
  24. New cybersecurity bill looks to information sharing
  25. The global arms race is underway
  26. Apple e-book price-fixing battle to be tackled this week
  27. Workplace stress costing SA R3bn a year
  28. Turkcell faces challenges to bring MTN case to the US
  29. Nokia bug hampers US market re-entry
  30. IBM's new product line aims to put pressure on the competition
  31. Revised e-toll terms and conditions coming: Sanral
  32. Anglo American and BT enter $220m networking deal
  33. TeleMasters isn't delisting after all
  34. Which banking customers are most satisfied with their internet banking?
  35. Datacentrix and Shanduka Coal team up
  36. Nokia warns of losses in first two quarters of 2012
  37. RIM updates apps to increase BlackBerry Messenger connectivity
  38. Vodacom Business shows strong growth and retention rates
  39. US Govt. files lawsuit against Apple over e-book price fixing
  40. Nokia shares drop sharply on half-year loss prediction
  41. Seven ICT stocks that yield top dividends
  42. Why would a fund choose Microsoft over Apple?
  43. Investors looking for direction on Google mobile ads
  44. EU gets Apple proposal to close e-book probe
  45. Is Facebook setting the tone for the M&A environment?
  46. Investors expecting sober results showing from Google
  47. Samsung Galaxy tabs get an updated line
  48. Microsoft vs Motorola - US judge sides with Microsoft
  49. Mac virus: Apple "dragged its heels" in resolving it
  50. MTN continues to cut off more numbers
  51. Sony CEO promises change at the company
  52. Groupon accounting issues bring board into question
  53. MultiChoice secures $115m financing facility
  54. FNB wants to disrupt industries with its digital strategy
  55. Article mistakes and corrections
  56. One billion smartphones by 2014 predicted
  57. MTN takes offense to Turkcell claims
  58. Investors doubt Nokia can turn its luck around
  59. No need to re-register for e-tolls
  60. Which SA mobile operator has the strongest social presence?
  61. Microsoft nets biggest-ever cloud computing client
  62. Google stock split helps founders retain control
  63. Apple refutes e-book price-fixing claims
  64. Reunert trying to shut my new business down: John Holdsworth
  65. It makes economic sense to get an e-tag, says Treasury
  66. Is Facebook leading the way to a new social media bubble?
  67. Former RIM CEO wanted a radical strategy shift before he quit
  68. Turkcell pegs MTN down on the JSE
  69. BlackBerry grows app numbers but still lags behind the competition
  70. Altech sees decline in FY earnings
  71. Altron points to earnings decline
  72. E-toll billing tests begin
  73. Google's busy court year starts off with Oracle
  74. German ban on Apple "push" email upheld
  75. Artistic designers are the rock stars of Silicon Valley
  76. Facebook advertisers denied bid for class action lawsuit
  77. MEND threaten to attack MTN
  78. Video games in Africa
  79. How companies will make money from free ADSL data
  80. Shocking new e-toll rate warning from OUTA
  81. Nokia says the Lumia bug is fixed
  82. Web freedom is being threatened says Google
  83. Google fined over Street View project
  84. SANRAL confirms reported 'alternative user' e-toll fee
  85. Is WiMax dead in South Africa?
  86. Global Kinetic partners with Nevatech for SOA systems in SA
  87. Samsung to unveil Galaxy S3 in May
  88. WAPA shifts focus to TV White Spaces
  89. Altech and MTN in focus on tech stock watch
  90. Moody's cut puts Nokia on the back leg
  91. DFA injecting R75 million into Benoni fibre infrastructure
  92. Paris Mashile appointed as ComUnity chair
  93. ZTE versus ZTE Mzansi on Telkom interdict
  94. Hands-free kits should be compulsory says Road Traffic Corp.
  95. MWEB uncapped ADSL price gets another reduction
  96. IBM hopes to repeat previous full year success
  97. Yahoo looks to former PayPal head to reignite growth
  98. Oracle cites emails as clear indication of Google's guilt
  99. Toshiba looking to buy IBM’s point-of-sale business
  100. HTC shares slump on executive changes and imminent Samsung launch
  101. Drug ring operating as online "farmer’s market" busted
  102. Nokia revival? Not convincing, say operators
  103. SA company plans BRICS communications network
  104. Vodafone files legal dispute with India over tax bill
  105. Who is using cellphone banking?
  106. Datacentrix ups revenue, but profit declines
  107. E-tolling must be delayed says Business Unity SA
  108. Busa throws hat into e-toll ring
  109. Twitter not reacting to Facebook's acquisition of Instagram
  110. IXPs boost development in emerging markets - study
  111. Maseko takes role as Vodacom COO
  112. MS Africa chief named Mali's interim PM
  113. Legal expert says that Telkom is not a victim
  114. Intel results forecast revenue above expectations
  115. IBM shares down as revenue fails to meet expectations
  116. Google and Oracle CEOs take center stage in court case
  117. Yahoo results positve, just the start, says CEO
  118. Apple investors brace themselves for turbulance
  119. Twitter takes a defensive stance with patents
  120. E-tolling facing "mother of all protests" by Cosatu
  121. Apple and Samsung ordered to enter settlement talks by court
  122. Majority of polled drivers will not get an e-tag
  123. SA shoppers lured online by lower prices and convenience
  124. Datacentrix's Ahmed Mahomed explains the company's strategy shift
  125. Can BlackBerry find hope in emerging markets?
  126. Business Connexion acquires Quad Automation
  127. E-toll registrations increase significantly, says Sanral
  128. Afrihost’s potential wholesale ADSL prospect
  129. It's "business as usual" at AppChat amid Reunert court battle
  130. Nedbank App set to lauch "early May"
  131. ECN has lost trust in staff leaving for AppChat
  132. Android is important, not critical, says Google CEO
  133. Apple wants its day in court with e-book case
  134. Social media is the Olymic advertisers' golden boy
  135. Nokia under pressure to make good on its promised revival
  136. When Apple's stocks move, the entire market feels the waves
  137. Facebook pays millions to employ thousands more
  138. Coca Cola partners with online music network, Spotify
  139. Business Connexion announces healthy profit rise
  140. Hewlett Packard plans new factory in China
  141. SA ICT sector must respond to critical questions: Dina Pule
  142. Dina Pule calls for SA ICT policy overhaul
  143. Business Connexion targets growth in Africa
  144. Tech personalities in Time's most influential people in the world
  145. Nokia promises more price cuts, ditches sales chief
  146. Verizon earnings slightly higher than expectations
  147. Business Connexion shares make gains on H1 earnings
  148. Last-mile fibre infrastructure gets a new player in SA
  149. Apple, Google fail to dismiss poaching lawsuit
  150. SecureData to focus on African operations
  151. How to make uncapped ADSL work in SA
  152. New Olympus board to underline scandal
  153. Microsoft beats Wall Street forecasts
  154. SanDisk warns of lower results on higher memory prices
  155. Google engineer questioned in day four of Oracle patent case
  156. AMD forecasts show healthy PC demands
  157. Verizon puts its support behind Microsoft, Windows Phone
  158. Apple iPad Mini - the pros and cons
  159. Incoming In-flight Wi-Fi to benefit business
  160. China Mobile “4G” network expansion planned for Hong Kong
  161. Tech's top dogs compared
  162. Webphone development for business
  163. How ISPs responded to the SA ADSL price cuts
  164. Nokia loses German patent court case
  165. Apple hires 500 people for Ireland operations
  166. Huawei - to ban or not to ban?
  167. Google executives embark on space (investment) adventure
  168. In-app ads a key driver for mobile advertisers
  169. Chinese hacking scandal highlights Internet’s role
  170. IT corporate governance should be a big business focus
  171. Motorola CEO paid compensation package four times his salary
  172. Amazon is hiring in Cape Town
  173. New cloud centers for O-Tel
  174. FNB making waves in mobile territory
  175. EOH acquires specialist training company
  176. Treasury weighs in on e-toll court battle
  177. Obama to clamp down on rights abuses through tech
  178. ZTE to sell 100 million smartphones a year by 2015
  179. Insight: Huawei against the world
  180. E-tolling as it stands
  181. SASBO says no to e-tags
  182. E-tolls won't affect Incredible Connection
  183. 22seven adds Virgin Money, prepares to end beta
  184. Apple iPad 3 pricing for South Africa revealed
  185. NFC adoption in SA is a way off – Nashua
  186. MTN CEO Sifiso Dabengwa hit R22.5m in pay
  187. SA ICT stunted while Africa expansion booms
  188. Microsoft patents will cost Facebook $550m
  189. Apple shares could go 7,5% either way, say investors
  190. Facebook shows weakest performance since 2010
  191. FBI warns that 300,000 could lose web access
  192. Apple puts the squeezes con ompetitors and other companies
  193. Google to launch DropBox competitor
  194. Chinese investors want a bite out of Apple
  195. Toshiba drops bid for Elpida memory
  196. Shock at cost of e-toll collections
  197. Outa e-toll interdict application to be heard
  198. Altech to be put under the microscope by investors
  199. HTC to meet expectations, shows growth
  200. Copper theft hits highest point since 2010
  201. Nokia downgraded to ‘junk’ by ratings agency
  202. Huge Telecom points to turnaround
  203. Forbes lists most powerful Africans in business
  204. Cell C clarifies claims of data fraud
  205. Warfare enters into a new era
  206. E-toll court proceedings wrap up, head into day two
  207. The biggest threat to mobile operators
  208. Former Google CEO grilled on Java
  209. Asia's great battle for TV control
  210. Rating cut puts Nokia under more pressure
  211. Symantec lowers earning targets
  212. U.S. wants broader cyber-threat pact with companies
  213. Facebook acquisitions might delay IPO target date
  214. Apple stock crushes Wall Street targets
  215. Altech reports R250m loss amid ailing African units
  216. U.S. lobby group calls for sactions against MTN
  217. Huawei targets 100 million+ handsets in 2012
  218. Ericsson shares up, beat expectations
  219. E-toll case urgent rules judge
  220. Telkom, KT wrap up on partnership terms
  221. E-toll opposition gets early victory in court
  222. Altech to drop West Africa in 6-8 weeks
  223. Interview: South Africa’s mobile pricing challenges
  224. ICASA to bank it in 2012/13 financial year
  225. Gijima advises shareholders
  226. New CEO appointed at Broadband Infraco
  227. Government: e-tolls are the only option
  228. Smartcard IDs coming soon to SA
  229. Altech targets billions of Rands in new growth areas
  230. Nokia, HTC win European patent ruling
  231. Apple's growth hinges on China
  232. Google’s past plans revealed in court
  233. Mobile phones not bad for your health
  234. FNB launches first dotFNB store in Bryanston
  235. FTTH Council Africa expands board of directors
  236. Logitech beats estimates
  237. Alcatel slips on slow telecom demand
  238. Acer upbeat over H2 outlook
  239. E-tolling was a rational decision, says SANRAL
  240. Telkom shares bump up 3.3% on KT Corp discussions
  241. Ad Dynamo makes its way into Brazil
  242. Is Google still holding onto your private Wi-Fi data?
  243. Advantages of Ecommerce
  244. What is E commerce
  245. E-toll ruling coming on Saturday
  246. ANC jumps the gun - halts e-toll ahead of ruling
  247. Samsung Galaxy S3 goes quad-core
  248. Google SketchUp sold to Trimble Navigation
  249. E-tolling has been postponed to 30 May
  250. Making mobile voice services cheaper and better