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19-station expansion planned for Gautrain

The Gautrain Management Agency has provided an an update on Gautrain 2, the next phase of the Gautrain project. Gautrain CEO Jack van der Merwe says the planned network for Gautrain 2 is from Mamelodi in the east of Pretoria to Jabulani in the west of Soweto, from...

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Robots could take 20-million manufacturing jobs by 2030

By Anneken Tappe for CNN Business Machines are expected to displace about 20 million manufacturing jobs across the world over the next decade, according to a report released Wednesday by Oxford Economics, a global forecasting and quantitative analysis firm. That means...

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Jobs bloodbath as Deutsche Bank plans to retrench 18 000

By Jewel Stolarchuk for The Independent  18 000 jobs in Deutsche Bank are set to be cut as the German national lender embarks on mass retrenchment exercise. Whole teams at the bank’s Asia-Pacific offices have reportedly been let go, as the lender seeks to transform...

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Malware replaces real Android apps with fake ones

By James Pero for DailyMail.com Malware that replaces victims’ legitimate apps with a malicious doppelgänger has infected 25-million devices across India, the UK and the US, say security researchers. The virus, named ‘Agent Smith’ after a fictional...

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Google Translate camera now recognises Afrikaans and Zulu

By Suzanne Rowan Kelleher for Forbes Heading to a place where you don’t know the language? One of the handiest apps in any traveler’s toolbox is Google Translate, whose instant camera makes translating the world as easy as pointing your smartphone camera...

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YouTube to break sports broadcast monopoly

Source: IOL YouTube has announced that sports fans now have access to LIVE and Video On Demand (VOD) streaming. Users can stream basketball, rugby, cricket and football events including the 2019 NBA Finals, Women’s World Cup, Africa Cup of Nations, UEFA Champions and...

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Windows 10 upgrades stagnate

NetMarketShare has released new data showing that the number of Windows 10 users grew by just 0.06% in the month of June. This brings total market share to 45.79%. Windows 7’s market share dropped slightly from 35.44% to 35.38%. As Microsoft announced that support for...

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The first portable music player turns 40

By Chaim Gartenberg for The Verge The world changed on July 1st, 1979: the day that Sony released the iconic Walkman TPS-L2, the first real portable music player that would revolutionize the way we listened to music in a way that no other device really had ever done...

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