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Makro has launched its Big Cartridge and Toners sale, offering up to 20% off consumables for one day only.
Many developers building distributed networks aim to put power back into the hands of users.
EOH Holdings has appointed Stephen van Coller as its new chief executive officer.
MTN announced that Stephen van Coller has resigned with effect from 31 August 2018.
The EFF has stated it will destroy Vodacom stores unless the company pays the Please Call Me "inventor".
Airbnb will need to share the names and addresses of hosts in New York City with officials thanks to a new law.
EBay gave a lackluster sales forecast for the third quarter and lowered its revenue guidance for the year, worrying investors that the online marketplace is losing momentum.
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Corning rolled out new technology it says is less likely to break when a device is dropped.
The network stated it was working on implementing a fix.
Western Digital will shut down its hard drive manufacturing factory in Malaysia.
Google has warned that the €4.3-billion fine from the EU may upset the balance of Android.
Netflix has launched a new design for its TV interface, called App Menu.
MyBroadband spoke to Status Technical Evangelist Andy Tudhope about their Ethereum-based app's communication protocol.
MTN's sale of its Cyprus unit is just the start of a broader exit from small or problematic markets, with the Liberian unit leading a number of West African divisions being considered for disposal.
On Monday, Amazon's Jeff Bezos became the richest person in modern history.
Liquid Telecom has appointed Ahmad Mokhles as Group Chief Operating Officer.
Google will be fined about 4.3 billion euros ($5 billion) by the European Union.
A coalition of international video entertainment companies has approached the Federal Court in Australia.
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