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Facebook to integrate WhatsApp, Instagram messaging
'With interoperability, you'd be able to use WhatsApp to receive messages sent to your Facebook account without sharing your phone number'...
Facebook announces plan to merge WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger
'As you would expect, there is a lot of discussion and debate as we begin the long process'
Legal opinion: why Zimbabwe's internet blackout is illegal
'The Act certainly does not empower the government to shut down the internet or any part of it'
High Court orders internet blackout lifted, judge rules minister acted illegally
'It has become very clear that the minister has no authority to make the directive'
News, Politics, Tech
Zimbabwe orders 'total shutdown of the internet' again, says Econet
'We also urge the reinstatement of full internet access, consistent with citizens’ constitutional right to freedom of expression'
News, Tech, Telcos
Econet says government partially lifts internet blackout, social media still banned
'Such abrogations of constitutional and basic legal rights are not what the people of Zimbabwe were promised'
MultiChoice Zimbabwe CEO Lovemore Mangwende dies, company announces
Mangwende joined MultiChoice Zimbabwe in 2005 and has been the CEO since 2008
Apple said to miss 2019 rapid 5G takeoff, sitting out tech shift
The delay may make it easier for rivals like Samsung Electronics Co. to win over consumers to phones with 5G networks
Dubai police hoverbikes show glimpse into future of policing
'It does have some pretty major limitations, with the max speed being capped out at 96 km\h'
Apple, Samsung hit with huge fines for slowing phones
'They encourage system updates for older phones which slow them down, thereby encouraging the purchase of new phones'
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies at 65, Bill Gates 'heartbroken'
'Personal computing would not have existed without him' - Bil Gates
Google pays Apple $9 billion annually to be Safari default search engine
For search engines, there's nothing more lucrative than being the default provider on a popular web browser
Apple has become the first trillion-dollar company
Apple hit the $1 trillion mark when its shares reached an all-time high of $207.05 around midday in New York
Elections 2018, Tech
Hackers post soldier shooting victims on ZEC website
'We pulled it down within 11 minutes when we realised that they were now posting images that were not coming from the commission'
Facebook suspends conspiracy theorist for 30 days
The 30-day ban on the controversial webcaster likely won't satisfy the concerns of critics
Balancing cyber security and rights of citizens online
'Government involvement potentially impinges on the protection of individual rights'
Parents can access Facebook of dead teen: court
Girl’s parents wanted access to her account to try to find out whether her death had been by suicide or accident
No anonymity on Twitter, UK researchers find
Researchers could correctly identify a Twitter user from a group of 10,000 with 96.7 percent accuracy
Zimbabwe holds its first social media election
The commission has no active online presence, unthinkable in this era of social media