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Free Simfy access with Xperia Z3 smartphones on MTN

Buying a Sony Xperia Z3 or Xperia Z3 Compact on an MTN contract will get you 12 months of Simfy Africa for free

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IT Money

Digital economy in SA most developed in Africa: MasterCard

South Africa’s digital economy is the most developed in Africa, and one of the fastest growing in the world, according to the new Digital Evolution Index

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Orange Radio, online video launched in South Africa

Orange has announced the launch of its Orange Radio application in South Africa

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Afrihost ADSL

Afrihost Plus+ membership announced

Afrihost has announced a value-added service, including Simfy Africa music streaming, that it will launch within the next two days

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Uber-Spotify tie-up set for launch

Uber will launch a feature for Spotify users allowing them to control music in certain streaming-enabled cars on Friday, 21 November 2014

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The loading screen of the Facebook application on a mobile phone is seen in this photo illustration taken in Lavigny May 16, 2012. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud

Facebook to adjust volume of adverts you see

Facebook on Friday said it is making moves to reduce the number of promotional posts that pop up in timelines, in response to users’ demands for fewer advertisements

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Sony unveils TV service PlayStation Vue

Sony Network Entertainment International LLC, a unit of Sony Corp of America, unveiled a new cloud-based TV service, PlayStation Vue

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YouTube launches music subscription service

Google Inc’s YouTube is rolling out the long-awaited paid monthly subscription service called YouTube Music Key

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DStv tablet

DStv Now mobile application with live streaming unveiled

MultiChoice has announced the launch of new mobile applications for Android and iOS which offer live streaming of premium channels

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Net Neutrality

Obama backs Net Neutrality, ISPs unhappy

President Barack Obama on Monday embraced a radical change in how the government treats Internet service, coming down on the side of consumer activists who fear slower download speeds and higher costs

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