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Amazon opens up Alexa's voice technology to devs

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 20 April 2017

It appears as if Alexa, or similar voice controlled assistants, could be ported to other devices and products in future. FULL STORY >

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Amazon makes it free for developers to build and host most Alexa skills using AWS

By Press Release 27 March 2017

In contribution to overcoming this skills gap, Amazon recently announced a new program that will make it free for tens of thousands of Alexa developers to build and host most Alexa skills using Amazon Web Services... FULL STORY >

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RIM appoints new MD for South African office

By Hanleigh Daniels 27 July 2012

RIM appoints a new managing director for South- and Southern Africa. FULL STORY >

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Kaspersky Lab believes Stuxnet and Flame developers connected

By Staff Writer 12 June 2012

Kaspersky Lab found evidence that the Flame and Stuxnet teams collaborated at least once during the early stages of development. FULL STORY >

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Apple computers infected with Flashfake botnet

By Staff Writer 11 April 2012

The Flashfake botnet has managed to infect 600 000 computers, with 98% of these believed to be Macs. FULL STORY >

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Kaspersky Lab calls for help with Duqu Trojan

By Staff Writer 16 March 2012

It's not often that you get a call for help from one of the largest anti-virus companies in the world, but an unknown programming language used in the Duqu Trojan has Kaspersky Lab stumped. FULL STORY >

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Insurance industry uses infrared tech to save lives and money

By Staff Writer 21 September 2011

Financial services and risk services provider Alexander Forbes provides some insight into the benefits of infrared photography technology for the insurance industry, as well as to the policy holders. FULL STORY >

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