Month: November 2014

South Africa’s Outstanding IT Job Development

Recently, CareerJunction Index demonstrates that IT business has been “amazingly developed” in South Africa.

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CareerJunction has released its most recent CareerJunction Index (CJI) report which demonstrates that work interest keeps on increasing at a fast pace inside South Africa’s IT industry.

Anticipating the Huge Petrol Price Drop in December

An alternate huge petrol price drop may be onroute in December!

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The petrol cost could drop by more than 70 cents per liter and the wholesale cost of diesel could fall by around 50 cents on 3 December, the Solidarity Research Institute (SRI) said on Tuesday (18 November).

Limiting the Volume of Advertisements You See: Facebook

Facebook on Friday said it is making moves to reduce the number of promotional posts that pop up in timelines, according to Facebook users’ requests for fewer adverts.

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Beginning in January, people should start seeing fewer posts in news feeds urging them to do things such as buy products, download applications or enter sweepstakes, according to the leading social media titan.

Dealing with Twitter Abuse “Crisis”

The Women, Action and the Media (WAM) extremist gathering has proclaimed collaboration with Twitter to address online harassment of women, which it claims has “reached crisis levels”.

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The group, concerned by the vicious targeting of women online, started a pro-bono project to support users experiencing gendered harassment or abuse. Their website now hosts a detailed reporting form so they can validate and escalate claims of abuse to Twitter.

Playstation TV Called Vue Launched by Sony

Sony has uncovered another cloud-based TV service called Playstation Vue.

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What it does, essentially, is let individuals watch on-interest and live TV over the interwebs. No DStv satellite or Altech Node obliged – everything you need is a Playstation 3 or 4 and a broadband Internet association.

Blackberry and Samsung Unite

Blackberry declared merging with Samsung Electronics Co and other prominent tech players on Thursday, widening the reach of its new mobile device management and security platform.

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Blackberry confirmed organizations with Samsung Electronics Co and other prominent tech players on Thursday, increasing the compass of its new cell phone administration and security stage, and sending its shares 7 percent higher.

South Africa’s Best laptop Brands in South Africa

The most recent information from the South African Consumer Satisfaction Index (SAcsi) shows which laptop brands give the best experience to customers.

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South Africans are less fulfilled by their laptops than a year ago, as indicated by the most recent information from the South African Consumer Satisfaction Index (SAcsi).

Connecting Africa with Brazil Using the New Cable System

Angola Cables has said that it will assemble the world’s first submarine cable system over the South Atlantic Sea.

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Angola Cables proclaimed that it has marked an agreement with framework supplier NEC Corporation to assemble the world’s first submarine cable system over the South Atlantic Ocean.

Hotel Wi-Fi Networks Targeted By Hackers

Hackers have created a plan to take receptive data from top officials by infiltrating the Wi-Fi systems of luxury hotels.

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A report by Kaspersky Lab said the “Darkhotel” reconnaissance exertion “has sneaked in the shadows for no less than four years while taking touchy information from chose corporate administrators voyaging abroad.”