Tesla Motors, China Unicom tie-up on charging outlets

Tesla Motors will partner with a Chinese mobile carrier to build charging outlets across the country to push sales in the world's biggest auto market.
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Singapore producing futuristic farms

Scientists at an indoor produce farm in Singapore are using cutting edge technology to reduce growing times and costs.

SA 'should move faster' on tech in government

South African technology policy points the country in the right direction, but there is a lack of effective implementation, says an expert.
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3D printing 'mainstream in five years'

Mainstream access to 3D printing is some years away, but will nevertheless be accessible, an industry tracker says.
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Here's how to expand PS4, Xbox memory

Memory of 500GB may not seem like a lot these days, but that's all you get in the hard drives built in to the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One.
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Fire SABC COO, court hears

Determining whether SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng lied about his qualifications is the golden thread of an application to have his appointment set aside, the Western Cape High Court has heard.
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Starbucks to test mobile coffee shops

Starbucks is planning to test mobile trucks on US college campuses, the Seattle-based company has said.
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US national parks ban drones to protect wildlife

Drones are now off limits in two national parks in Utah. Officials in the Arches and Canyonlands national parks say the unmanned aircrafts disrupt the wildlife.
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Samsung to buy tech firm in smart home shift

Samsung has said it had reached a deal to buy a US home automation start-up SmartThings.

Back to work at Sentech after strike

A wage strike by Sentech employees affiliated to the Communication Workers Union has ended, the company has said.

Stain-proof shirt firm eyes commercial launch

A company that uses innovative material used to produce shirts promises that they will not get wet. That's the promise Aamir Patel, CEO of Silic, is making buyers of his new shirts.
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US bots flagged Ebola before outbreak announced

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is focusing a spotlight on an online tool run by experts that flagged a "mystery haemorrhagic fever" before the WHO formally announced the epidemic.
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Monkeys' 'selfies' spark copyright dispute

A series of self-portraits taken by Indonesian monkeys has sparked a copyright dispute between Wikipedia and a British wildlife photographer.

Hisense aims to give Samsung a bloody nose in SA

Hisense is on a mission to disrupt the consumer technology sector in South Africa as the Chinese firm aims to take market share away from Samsung.
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Panasonic eyes huge cash bonus with Olympic tech

Robot porters and wearable translation devices are just some of the innovations Panasonic would like to launch for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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