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29 January 2016 4:00 AM Apple reportedly adding wireless charging to iPhone

You better say goodbye to the Lightning port, and say hello to wireless charging and wireless Beats headphones. Apple is working with supply partners on new wireless charging technology that allows the iPhone to be charged further away from charging mats used with current smartphones, reports Bloomberg. The feature, which has yet to be confirmed, could 13

28 January 2016 4:52 PM How the Zika Virus Is Affecting Travel

The travel industry is beginning to react as vacationers rethink their trips amid growing concern over the Zika virus, the mosquito-borne disease that experts say is possibly linked to microcephaly. The virus, which the World Health Organization has said is “spreading explosively” in the Americas, has led the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 21

28 January 2016 9:18 AM BlackBerry's Android phone arrives in SA

The PRIV is BlackBerry's attempt to regain market share by combining favourite BlackBerry features with Android. The PRIV is an attempt to regain status in a market BlackBerry previously dominated. It combines BlackBerry favourites, such as a physical keyboard and upped security, with a large screen and familiar operating system. The smartphone is set to enter 22

28 January 2016 8:35 AM Kumba to cut close to 4,000 jobs in restructuring of flagship Sishen mine

KUMBA Iron Ore, the largest South African producer of the steel ingredient, embarked on restructuring its flagship Sishen mine, affecting 2,633 of its staff and 1,300 contractor employees. "The consultation about workforce reductions follows a decision to restructure Sishen Mine to a lower cost pit configuration," CEO Norman Mbazima said in a fourth-quarter 11

27 January 2016 7:50 PM Apple set another sales record, but its stock is tanking. Here’s why

The world’s favourite smartphone maker still rakes in billions, but it’s struggling to deliver the momentum it once did Apple’s earnings this week were a classic case of good news, bad news. First, the good news: the company posted record first-quarter revenue of $75.9 billion (U.S.) and record quarterly net income of $18.4 billion. Now, the bad: iPhone 32 2

27 January 2016 5:33 PM Apple shares down on low iPhone growth

Apple Inc shares have fallen 4 per cent after the company reported its slowest-ever rise in iPhone shipments, with an uptick likely only after the expected launch of iPhone 7 in September. The March quarter is likely to be the weakest this year in terms of iPhone sales for the company, which forecast on Tuesday its first quarterly revenue drop in 13 years 12

27 January 2016 10:53 AM Your Wednesday Briefing: Donald Trump, Oregon, iPhone

Ammon Bundy, the leader of an antigovernment group that has occupied a federal wildlife refuge for more than three weeks, was among those arrested during a traffic stop in which shots were fired on Tuesday night. A member of his group, which is protesting federal land-management policies, was killed. Donald J. Trump says he’ll skip Thursday night’s debate 15

27 January 2016 9:57 AM Apple sales to drop first time in 13 years as iPhone uptake slows

(Bloomberg) — Apple Inc. is forecasting a sales decline for the first time in more than a decade, adding to evidence that the market for smartphones is becoming saturated and that expansion in China is no longer enough to maintain the company’s unprecedented run of growth. Revenue in the first three months of the year will be $50 billion to $53 billion 16

27 January 2016 8:14 AM Apple sees first sales dip in over a decade

The slowdown comes as Wall Street analysts worry the company does not have another blockbuster product to replace the iPhone. While Apple does not report Watch sales, the Apple Watch does not seem to have the makings of a hit as big as the iPhone. While the company is reportedly working on a car, what it plans to do in this area and when are still unclear 13

27 January 2016 6:12 AM Apple cautions of slump in iPhone sales

SAN FRANCISCO - Apple raised the spectre of the end of a technological era after reporting on Tuesday the slowest growth sales ever of its market-leading, life-changing iPhone and warning it expects worse to come. The California technology colossus said it expects to see its first decline in iPhone sales in the current quarter, when it will be compared 14