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Vehicles sales up in September: Naamsa1/10/2014 18:19
New vehicle sales increased by 11.5 percent in September 2014, compared to September 2013, the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (Naamsa) said on Monday.
Alibaba and Wanda face off: online and offline1/10/2014 15:20
China's former richest man Wang Jianlin once bet Alibaba founder Jack Ma 100 million yuan ($16.3 million) that online purchases in the country would not eclipse bricks-and-mortar buys in the next decade.
Download a preview of Windows 101/10/2014 14:44
After offering a first look at its forthcoming operating system yesterday, Microsoft is giving users a chance to try out a version on their own machines.
New iPad to offer gold option: report1/10/2014 14:42
A new report from Bloomberg tallies with earlier rumors that Apple will be adopting the same color palette it uses for iPhones on the next generation iPad Air.
Intel unveils Basis Peak fitness tracker1/10/2014 9:17
Striding full force into the wearables market, Intel unveiled its newest addition Tuesday, a smartwatch that has a special focus on sleep tracking.
Microsoft gives peek at coming Windows 10 software1/10/2014 7:29
Microsoft on Tuesday offered its first glimpse of its Windows 10 software that it hopes delivers a winning formula for powering tablets and smartphones, along with laptops and desktop computers.
Transnet, BHP Billiton sign contract30/9/2014 16:45
Transport parastatal Transnet and coal mining company BHP Billiton on Tuesday signed a 10-year R24 billion coal transport contract.
eBay to split PayPal into standalone company30/9/2014 14:44
US online auction giant eBay on Tuesday agreed to shareholders' requests for a split making its highly profitable PayPal brand into an independent company starting next year.
Apple software protects Macs from 'Bash' bug30/9/2014 10:07
Apple on Monday issued a software to protect Macintosh computers from being bitten by a recently discovered "Bash" bug seen as a threat to Internet-linked devices.
Europe’s major motorbike firms go high-tech to cut accidents30/9/2014 9:32
From BMW and Triumph to KTM and Ducati, the continent's biggest motorcycle manufactures are committing en masse to embracing vehicle-to-vehicle communication technology as part of a focused long-term effort to make riding safer.