Dimension Data Holdings today announced a strong set of results for the year to end-September 2010
Apple has struck a deal to bring The Beatles catalog to the iTunes store and will announce details of the arrangement at a press conference scheduled for Tuesday morning, the New York Times and Wall Street Journal reported late Monday.
The University of New Mexico's technology transfer division has filed a federal lawsuit against Intel Corp., claiming the computer chip manufacturing giant infringed on a university patent that helps in the production of advanced chips.
Gijima today said that its non-executive Chairman, Robert Gumede, never pushed the ANC to pay R29m it owed to the company
Sixteen Chinese workers sub-contracted to build cellphone company Cell C's high-speed HSPA+ network were detained in Durban
Stocks tumbled Thursday after a disappointing outlook from Cisco Systems Inc. rattled a market already on edge as an economic summit of world leaders got under way in South Korea.
US stocks slumped Thursday amid speculation that China will hike interest rates in an effort to curb faster-than-expected inflation and as the tech sector received a pummelling.
Motorola is returning fire in a legal battle with Microsoft, suing the software maker for infringing on 16 of its patents.
Google is showing it still knows how to make its employees feel special: It is giving all 23,300 of them 10 percent pay raises next year.
Criminals now installing camera devices in ATMs to capture PIN codes.