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Watch: Japanese man marries hologram Hatsune Miku
Watch: Japanese man marries hologram Hatsune Miku

The virtual reality singer is one of the most popular pop-culture icons in Japan.

Business Insider SA  Nov 13, 2018, 06:57 PM
No, Spar won't give you a R2,999 Black Friday voucher for sending WhatsApps
No, Spar won't give you a R2,999 Black Friday voucher for sending WhatsApps

Links to the fake website lupx.info/spar are rapidly spreading in South Africa – but...

Phillip de Wet, Business Insider SA  Nov 13, 2018, 04:30 PM
There's even more evidence that social media increases depression and loneliness
There's even more evidence that social media increases depression and loneliness

People tend to show a more glamorous, positive, and envious lifestyle on their social...

Lindsay Dodgson, Business Insider US  Nov 13, 2018, 02:02 PM
Jack Dorsey says Twitter needs to fully understand the 'use cases' of an edit button and can’t just 'rush it out'
Jack Dorsey says Twitter needs to fully understand the 'use cases' of an edit button and can’t just 'rush it out'

The social media platform's CEO has some concerns.

Paige Leskin, Business Insider US  Nov 13, 2018, 12:39 PM
Silicon Valley parents are so panicked about kids' screen time that they're having nannies sign 'no-phone contracts' and posting photos of rule-breakers online
Silicon Valley parents are so panicked about kids' screen time that they're having nannies sign 'no-phone contracts' and posting photos of rule-breakers online

Even tech moguls like Steve Jobs and Tim Cook have expressed concern.

Shana Lebowitz, Business Insider US  Nov 13, 2018, 11:32 AM
Telkom is seeing massive growth in cellphone subscribers – and it keeps making more money out of them
Telkom is seeing massive growth in cellphone subscribers – and it keeps making more money out of them

Telkom increased its mobile subscribers by more than half again in its last six months,...

Phillip de Wet, Business Insider SA  Nov 13, 2018, 09:13 AM
Samsung's foldable phone might arrive in March for a whopping R26,000
Samsung's foldable phone might arrive in March for a whopping R26,000

Citing industry sources, South Korean news agency Yonhap News says the phone will be...

Isobel Asher Hamilton, Business Insider US  Nov 13, 2018, 06:34 AM