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  • Telcos must adapt - fast

    No industry will remain undisrupted in 2018 and the years to come. But for African telco providers, who have feasted on near-uninterrupted subscriber and revenue growth over the past two decades, the need to adapt is paramount, writes MARIAM ABDULLAHI, Telco Industry Lead at SAP Africa.

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  • Security team-up will boost connected cars

    Panasonic Corporation and Trend Micro Incorporated, have announced a partnership to jointly develop cyber security solution to detect and prevent cyber-attacks against autonomous and connected cars.

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  • Plan for digital break-ups

    With online accounts and connected devices playing an ever-growing role in our daily lives, it has become harder than ever for people in relationships to define the boundaries of personal privacy. But what happens if they break up?

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  • Kill the sacred cows of the new workforce

    A study has revealed a link between an employee’s ownership of their career and the means of how they expand that career. While employees like good coffee, more than 60% of them would prefer improvements on their desks, says CHRIS BUCHANAN, Dell Director - End user computing - Africa.

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  • Call of Duty WWII: DLC 1 The Resistance

    Call of Duty WWII: DLC 1 The Resistance

    The Resistance, the first DLC pack for Call of Duty: WWII, is available now on PS4 and coming to Xbox One and PC on 1st March. Players will fight in iconic World War II locations, from Paris to Prague, all centred around historic uprisings, in three new MP maps and an all-new War Mode multiplayer mission. The pack also features The Darkest Shore, the terrifying new chapter in the twisted Nazi Zombies saga.

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  • MWC: Samsung reimagines cameras

    At this year’s Mobile World Congress Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones with a dual aperture lens that powers a low light camera, Super Slow-mo video capabilities and personalised AR Emoji.

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  • MWC: Nokia 'reloads' 8110

    At this year’s Mobile World Congress, HMD Global announced four new additions to its portfolio of Android smartphones, namely the Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 6 and Nokia 1.

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  • MWC: Qualcomm proves 5G gains

    This year’s Mobile World Conference saw Qualcomm announce key findings from a 5G network simulation it has conducted over the past several months.

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  • MWC: Huawei debuts new laptop and tablet

    Huawei has unveiled its MateBook X Pro and MediaPad M5 Series at this year’s Mobile World Congress which boast new generation processors, faster graphics cards, longer lasting batteries and a richer sound to boot.

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  • 24 Hours To Live

    Filmed on home soil in the beautiful mother city of Cape Town the high-voltage stunts and ambitious screenplay allows the audience to enjoy a sense of foreboding escalation as we follow Travis Conrad’s (Hawke) journey of redemption.

    Hawke plays a hard-core CIA agent who sacrifices everything for his employers, including his family and, ultimately, his own life. No sooner has he shuffled off this mortal coil and finds himself mysteriously resurrected for one last mission that's timed to last exactly 24 hours. Once the countdown clock embedded in his forearm reaches zero, he'll once again nod off into an eternal slumber if he hasn't completed his task. Before that happens, expect him to wreak havoc on both his targets and his former CIA minders.

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