Author: Editor

One can’t accuse Terry Shatenstein and Ari Kahn of thinking small. They have dreamt up a way they think will help connect the billions of people worldwide who don’t have access to telephony to the telecommunications grid for the first time

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Iflix plans to launch in several African markets in the in the coming months as it gears up to expand its subscription video-on-demand service to users on the continent. The company said on Thursday that

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Sony shares jumped the most in almost three months after the company’s better-than-projected preliminary earnings boosted analyst confidence in its ability to hit the highest profit levels in almost two decades. The Tokyo-based company rose as much as 4,6% in early Tokyo trading, headed for its biggest jump since 3 February. Sony reported preliminary operating profit of ¥285bn (US$2,6bn) for the fiscal year to March 2017, 19% higher than its previous forecast, according to a statement on Friday after the close. It also said net income would be about ¥73bn, more than twice the previous forecast. That triggered JPMorgan Chase…

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Research on the so-called productivity paradox – declining productivity despite the ongoing technological revolution – abounds in explanations ranging from statistical error to theories

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Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies, better known as SpaceX, returned to the skies on Saturday with a flawless delivery of communications satellites into orbit, its first flight since a 1 September fireball destroyed a rocket

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Groupon South Africa is closing its doors with immediate effect, the company said in a note to customers on Friday. “We are sorry to inform you that as of 4 November 2016, Groupon has wound down its operations in South Africa and we are unable

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