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Walt Disney in bid for Twitter
Walt Disney in bid for Twitter
Business

Entertainment giant is understood to be considering a bid for loss-making social network Twitter.

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Legal ivory talks scrapped
Legal ivory talks scrapped
Environment

Ten years of talks about legalising ivory trade have been scrapped over concerns for future of elephants

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Disney, Google show interest in Twitter
Disney, Google show interest in Twitter
International

With speculation mounting that Twitter will soon have a new corporate owner, the face of the social-networking service may change dramatically.

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Cloud war? Microsoft joins Adobe to compete with Amazon
Cloud war? Microsoft joins Adobe to compete with Amazon
International

Microsoft partners with Adobe Systems to offer cloud-based products to their large mutual customer base.

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Cape unveils another 22 free wifi hotspots
Cape unveils another 22 free wifi hotspots
Technology

Cape government plans to roll out wifi hotspots in all 384 municipalities by 2018.

1 day ago
Elon Musk gazes towards Mars
Elon Musk gazes towards Mars
International

The Red Planet holds a particular fascination for Elon Musk - and his speech at the 67th International Astronautical Congress ...

1 day ago
Southern Africa throws weight behind rhinos
Southern Africa throws weight behind rhinos
Environment

Namibia is one of just a handful of countries which is seeing increasing rhino populations.

2 days ago
Yahoo clients sue after data breach
Yahoo clients sue after data breach
International

The latest complaint against Yahoo was filed in federal court in San Jose, California, last week.

2 days ago
UNEP praises SA’s all-female anti-poaching unit
UNEP praises SA’s all-female anti-poaching unit
Environment

Executive Director Erik Solheim said the Black Mambas were an example of how local activists could aid the anti-poaching fight.