FNB has launched its own branded and affordable Android smartphones in a bid to integrate banking and customer mobility.
Microsoft and Lenovo deepen their “strategic relationship” with a deal that will put Office and Skype onto Lenovo’s mobile devices.
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SA Post Office says it is embracing technologyto improve customer experience.
Pinterest’s new video ads will be interspersed with personalised feeds, catering to the interests of whoever is browsing.
Asian fans of the hit smartphone game Pokemon GO are hunting for the best telecom providers.
The biggest maker of equipment that runs the web plans to eliminate 5 500 positions from its workforce of more than 73 700.
China’s Lenovo Group says first-quarter profit jumped nearly two-thirds, helped by a one-off asset sale.
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E-commerce titan Amazon sees women-owned businesses as fuel for its online marketplace.
Three KZN government departments have the most “reader-friendly” websites compared to their Gauteng and Western Cape counterparts.
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Created by 15-person team in a shed in England, game is one of the most anticipated games ever.
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