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Wearable Devices Market Continues to be Driven by Innovation

The wearable devices industry is now one of the fastest growing segments of the technology sector. According to a research report by CCS Insight,...

Solidarity: ICT industry shedding jobs

The information and communications technology (ICT) industry is shedding jobs despite a skills shortage, trade union Solidarity said this afternoon. "ICT companies retrench highly skilled...

Flights rerouted as solar storm hits

Solar radiation from a massive sun storm - the largest in nearly a decade - collided with the Earth's atmosphere yesterday, prompting an airline...

Taiwanese develop soft rice for elderly

Taiwanese researchers said Thursday they have developed a strain of rice that cooks particularly soft for viagra seized by canada customs elderly people...

Mark Zuckerberg: The man behind Facebook

You have to take your hat off to Mark Zuckerberg - even if you question his judgement. When he was wooing Wall Street last week...

Cancer drugs could help in the treatment of Ebola

Some cancer drugs used to treat patients with leukemia may also help stop the Ebola virus and give the body time to control the...

Driving a white car could save your life

Car buyers interested in a good resale price tend to opt for black, silver or dark blue vehicles but when it comes to safety,...

Cybersecurity Bill goes to Parliament

The new and proposed Cybercrime and Cybersecurity Bill, which aims to create offences and prescribed penalties related to cybercrime, will be presented to Parliament...

Apple sets record for company value at $623 Billion

Apple is Wall Street's all-time MVP -that's Most Valuable Property. Yesterday, Apple's surging stock propelled the company's value to $623 billion, the world's highest, ever....

Judge scolds Samsung, case carrys on

The judge in a massive smartphone patent dispute reprimanded Samsung yesterday for releasing excluded evidence but denied a bid by Apple to order a...

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