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The World’s First 3D Printed Supercar

Californian based automotive start-up Divergent Microfactories has produced the world’s first 3D printed supercar.

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TECH BOSS: SUSAN WOJCICKI

Inforocked.com has highlighted a number of Tech Heroines lately and for good reason, as women have become a major part of the progress of some of the largest technology success stories since the internet explosion.

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Microsoft Plans to Cut another 7,800 Jobs at Nokia

Microsoft is set to cut an additional 7,800 jobs at Nokia in an effort to cut costs and shift their business focus from hardware to software and cloud services.

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NASA’s Mission Discovers Pluto’s Actual Size Today

New Horizons, NASA’s spacecraft sent to take images of Pluto has finally settled what the actual size of Pluto is.

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Dell UC Command Suite Expands Analytics Reporting to Office 365

Dell Software announced the latest release of its Unified Communications Command Suite, which adds analytics reporting for Office 365 for Exchange Online and Cisco Unified Communications Manager to Dell’s cross-platform analytics and diagnostics solution.

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OPM E-QIP System Hacked, Director Steps Down

Head of the US Office of Personnel Management Katherine Archuleta has resigned after hackers tried to break into the OPM database housed with 22 million personal federal records.

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FNB’s Extended Operating Hours on Saturdays and Sundays

FNB has extend its operating hours at 202 of its branches in Gauteng as of 1 July 2015. With 58 branches located in malls to be open for business on Sundays.

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Further Eskom Hikes Denied but Two Week Blackout Possible

Are you ready to pay another 12.09% more for your SA electricity bill this year as a result of Eskom mismanagement? You don’t have to be. The National Energy Regulator of South Africa’s (NERSA) chairperson Thembani Buluka has officially denied Eskom’s request to further increase our electricity bills by 12.09% in 2015 this Tuesday.

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Will Amazon’s Kindle Direct Ruin Publishing?

Now you can write a novel and stick it into the Kindle Direct Publishing platform and voila, you are now a published author. There is even an inbuilt cover designer that can make your novel look professional.

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Google Develops Chrome Browser for Mac

Google’s own internet browser Chromium (Chrome) is now being developed to address some concerns raised by Apple users over the years.

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