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Mobile technology can set the world ablaze with innovation and opportunities

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The World Bank’s Global Findex financial inclusion study shows that 12% of adults in sub-Saharan Africa have mobile money accounts - compared to just...

Is this the most indispensable tablet: iPadPro

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Apple today introduced the all-new 9.7-inch iPad Pro — at just under one pound it features a new pro Retina display with greater brightness,...

Itsoseng Township to have access to MTN’s bold new digital world

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  In an effort to help increase vocational skills, access to education and life skills in previously disadvantaged communities, MTN, through its MTN SA Foundation,...

The next 100 years of mobility: BMW

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2016 sees the BMW Group celebrate its centenary under the motto THE NEXT 100 YEARS. Throughout its history, the company’s image has been defined...

Banking of the future

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    Technology has changed the world, including the banking sector, and consumers increasingly require the choice of multi-channel in addition to traditional bricks-and-mortar trading. These...

Automation won’t destroy jobs

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The last few years have seen numerous studies pointing to a bleak future with technology-induced unemployment on the rise. For example, a pivotal 2013...

MTN says now is time for greater public-private sector collaboration

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  This week Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan highlighted during the Budget Speech that partnership between government and businesses is a central priority of the National...

Smart city vision – the journey has begun

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  Much has been written over the past couple of years around the topic of ‘Smart Cities’. The utopian vision of the Smart City often...

Why big tech companies are open-sourcing their AI systems

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The world’s biggest technology companies are handing over the keys to their success, making their artificial intelligence systems open-source. By Patrick Shafto Traditionally, computer users could...

Don’t chuck that old mobile phone, there’s gold in there

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In Australia there are many more mobile services in use than there are people. The majority of Australians upgrade or exchange their mobile phones every...