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User experience to the fore in African media

-September 22nd, 2017
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Shifting consumer preferences, advances in technology and ongoing disruption to business models are the new strategic imperative for entertainment and media (E&M) companies is to turn customers into fans.

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Project Cars 2 is here

-September 22nd, 2017
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Project CARS 2, the second instalment in the Project CARS motorsport franchise developed by Slightly Mad Studios, takes the franchise and its fans into a new era of motorsport racing simulation.

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Oracle promises lower costs for cloud

-September 21st, 2017
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Oracle has announced new programs that lower costs by delivering increased automation and flexibility, and enabling customers to get more value from their existing software investments.

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Water from air for CT

-September 21st, 2017
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A South African business has ordered Cape Town's first water bottling plant that makes water from just the air.

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LTE passes 1Gbps speeds

-September 21st, 2017
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T-Mobile, Nokia and Qualcomm have exceeded gigabit speeds using evolved, commercially available 4G LTE technology.

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Facebook becomes SA’s national platform

-September 20th, 2017
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The latest South African social media research shows Facebook becoming a proxy for the adult population, writes ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK.

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eWaste dumped in Africa

-September 20th, 2017

Africa is fast becoming the dumping ground for eWaste with a growing amount of computer equipment from Western nations is being found on toxic eWaste dumps throughout Africa.

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Huawei launches cloud Atlas

-September 20th, 2017
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Huawei recently released Atlas, a new-generation, intelligent cloud hardware platform designed for the public cloud, AI, and HPC scenarios.

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AI for everyone

-September 20th, 2017
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Companies are seeing the benefits of machine learning and artificial intelligence, but many are unsure about how to truly leverage these innovations in the tech space, writes WERNER VOGELS, CTO of Amazon.com.

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Why wearables make sense in any business

-September 20th, 2017
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Research shows that businesses spend 86% of their time on data input with employees waiting hours to be have access to that info. SANDRA CROUS, VP for Midmarket Africa & Middle East at Sage, believes that wearable or connected devices will have a dramatic decrease on the time taken for this data to be actionable.

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