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  • Interview | Behind SA cryptocurrency start-up Project Ubu July 24, 2017
    In this episode of the TechCentral podcast, Duncan McLeod chats to two of the directors behind Project Ubu, a South African start-up that's working to combine the idea of a universal basic income (but separate from government-led The post Interview | Behind SA cryptocurrency start-up Project Ubu appeared first on TechCentral.
  • Naspers rallies to new record high July 24, 2017
    Naspers shares rallied to an all-time high on Monday amid continued optimism over the growth prospects of its Chinese affiliate, Tencent. The share touched a new high of R2 873.93 in afternoon trade on the JSE, before The post Naspers rallies to new record high appeared first on TechCentral.
  • Go on, click here to accept our T&Cs July 24, 2017
    How often do you see this when you’re online, whether downloading a new app or software or signing up for some new service? You click on it, but then discover you’ve just agreed to give up your future first-born child or The post Go on, click here to accept our T&Cs appeared first on TechCentral.
  • No reason to fear bitcoin split July 24, 2017
    Over the last week, the price of bitcoin crashed from around $2 400 to $1 800 on fears of a so-called hard fork, which is to say the digital currency would effectively split in two due to software upgrades at the end of The post No reason to fear bitcoin split appeared first on TechCentral.
  • AI pushes Microsoft further into chip development July 24, 2017
    Technology companies are keen to bring artificial intelligence features to phones and augmented reality goggles -- the ability show mechanics how to fix an engine, say, or tell tourists what they are seeing and hearing The post AI pushes Microsoft further into chip development appeared first on TechCentral.
  • Zuma likely to survive no-confidence vote July 24, 2017
    President Jacob Zuma is likely to defeat a motion of no-confidence, irrespective of whether there’s an open vote or secret ballot, as most members of the ruling party will close ranks around him, a senior opposition lawmaker The post Zuma likely to survive no-confidence vote appeared first on TechCentral.

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