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Is WhatsApp worth $19bn?

Why would Facebook want another messaging app, and one that is so publicly and vehemently against all forms of advertising?

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What Vodacom, MTN, Cell C, Telkom really mean

Cell C, MTN, Telkom, and Vodacom have weighed in on Icasa’s new call termination regulations, but what did they really mean to say?

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Zunaid Bulbulia

MTN hits back in termination rate fight

MTN CEO, Zunaid Bulbulia says that Icasa’s planned termination rate cuts will divert investment from building a Broadband for All future, to subsidise “failing business plans”.

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MTN stamps on low prices: Cell C CEO

Acting CEO of Cell C, Jose Dos Santos, weighs in on MTN’s court action against Icasa

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Privacy Metaphors

We are living through a privacy tipping point. Technology is dramatically changing what is possible in terms of surveillance, monitoring, persistence, analysis

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How private are you really online?

After a few easy open-source internet searches, Alistair Fairweather found out more about his privacy-vigilant victims than he ever thought he would.

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Stop blaming the richest 1% and move with the times

Technology has exacerbated inequality, but instead of being stuck laying blame, we should prepare ourselves for an increasingly tech-driven world.

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Computer viruses are no longer for amateurs

When Fred Cohen coined the term “computer virus”, he probably had no idea how apt it would prove nearly 30 years later, as virus makers get serious.

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Mobile fight

Mobile prices in SA – be careful what you ask for

Calling on mobile operators to offer free airtime and change their business models because people are poor is misguided and may hurt South Africa

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A man tries out a Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Gear smartwatch at the company's headquarters in Seoul October 21, 2013. South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's quarterly operating profit matched estimates with a 26 percent rise to a new record, powered by a strong recovery in its memory chip business as smartphone sales growth eases sharply. Picture taken October 21, 2013.   REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)

Wear the future

After a lull in new devices, 2014 promises happy geeks plugging into radical technology.

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