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Google launches shopping ads on image search

Google has introduced shopping ads on image search, where ads for related products will appear as shoppers browse Google Images.


Wikipedia’s 10 longest featured articles

Here are the ten longest featured articles on the English Wikipedia, ranked by number of words.

Largest websites in South Africa on all devices

South Africa’s 1 million website club

There are 22 websites which attracted over 1 million unique South African browsers during April 2016.


How SAFACT plans to stop online piracy in South Africa

BitTorrent piracy is popular among South Africa’s tech-savvy Internet users, as seen with the recent launch of Game of Thrones season 6.


Craig Venter behind new SA online betting website ClickaBet

Former Altech CEO Craig Venter has launched new online betting website ClickaBet – an “innovative betting solution for the tech-savvy sports fan”.

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South Africa–China Internet meeting a success: Deputy Minister

The Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services and the Cyber Space Administration of China has concluded a successful meeting.

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Facebook is full of fakes, and they are being hunted down

Ever wonder why so many people like certain Facebook pages, no matter how boring or badly updated they are?

You will soon be able to blog at .blog

The creators of WordPress have won the auction to administer the .blog domain.

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Most online tech support ads are scams: Microsoft

Tech support scammers who advertise online will no longer have their ads displayed on Microsoft’s Bing search engine.

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's co-founder and chief executive introduces 'Home' a Facebook app suite that integrates with Android, during a news conference in Menlo Park, California in this file photo taken April 4, 2013. Facebook Inc introduced video for its popular photo sharing application Instagram in an attempt to go to head-to-head with rival Twitter.  REUTERS/Robert Galbraith/Files  (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS)

Facebook didn’t do it: Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said they have found no evidence to suggest the platform suppressed stories with conservative viewpoints.

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