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Cape Town taxis want answers on “illegal” Uber

Metered taxi drivers say they marched in Cape Town on Thursday because the Western Cape government has failed to reply to their concerns over internet app Uber.


Google’s new emoji

The Unicode Emoji Subcommittee has agreed to add 11 new professional emoji, in both male and female options.

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New designer Samsung SERIF TV

Samsung’s SERIF TV, which is aimed at blending in with your furniture, will launch in the United States next month.

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Takedown notices for Pokémon Go pirate links

Google has received several takedown notices for links to “pirate” copies of Pokémon Go.


Ranscam ransomware takes your money and deletes your files

A new ransomware scam infects Windows machines and extorts money from victims – with no intention of returning their files.

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Chinese national jailed over US military hacking

A Chinese businessman who pleaded guilty to hacking sensitive US military information was sentenced to nearly four years in prison, prosecutors have said.

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South Africa to sell high-speed spectrum: report

South Africa will soon start the process of selling broadband spectrum, according to a report by Bloomberg.

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Nintendo TV games are coming back

Nintendo is relaunching its classic NES gaming system.

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Line mobile messaging firm launches massive IPO

Japan’s Line Corp will launch the country’s largest initial public offering of the year when it lists in New York on Thursday and Tokyo on Friday.

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Metered taxi drivers clash with Uber drivers in Cape Town

Violence broke out after a metered taxi driver allegedly prevented an Uber driver from picking up a passenger in Cape Town on Thursday afternoon.

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