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  • Video game industry plans comeback

    Major game publishers look to big name titles and price cuts to spur a rebound in sales....
  • Introducing first robotic gamelan orchestra

    The GamelaTron is the result of crossing a cyborg with a set of ancient Indonesian musical instruments....
  • Creative Introduces Android-Based Media Player

    Creative has unveiled a "developer edition" of a new Android-based multi-touch media player - which may eventually be released as a phone - and early reviews are singing its praises....
  • Leaf ups HTC range

    The new HTC models all run Windows Mobile 6.1 and are fully touch-enabled....
  • Kaspersky supports Windows 7

    The security company announces the release candidate for Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0 with Windows 7 support....
  • Sony e-reader plugs into Google library

    Together with Google`s Books project, Sony will make over one million public domain books available on its e-reader....
  • Netbooks are suitable choice for kids

    Intel sees continued sales of the ultra-portable laptops as a secondary machine, or a durable option for kids....
  • Mac flaw provides data access

    A Mac security expert uncovers a technique that hackers could use to control Apple computers and steal scrambled data....
  • Call for file-sharing regulations

    Lawmakers believe it may be time for government to regulate companies that provide online file-sharing services....
  • Hackers crack Windows 7 activation

    Hackers crack Windows 7 activation, UK govt backs e-petitions system, security elite hit by hackers, and defamation lawsuit for US tweeter....
  • .ZA regulations on the horizon

    The domain name authority looks to set up a single administrator for SA`s domains....
  • Nanotech to renew Wii MotionPlus

    Nanotech to renew Wii MotionPlus, breakthrough brings wireless power, tech could ease traffic troubles....
  • Panasonic unveils Toughbook

    Panasonic unveils Toughbook, E-driving licence to curb fraud and Metro expands RFID....
  • Quickoffice upgrades iPhone app

    Quickoffice upgrades iPhone app, Ricoh unveils Aficio series, and Epson intros WiFi printers....
  • What if interconnect was free?

    The Internetix `09 Conference on Tuesday asked "what if?" So I did....
  • Neotel disappointed by industry apathy

    Industry has not been enthusiastic about buying wholesale bandwidth, leaving Neotel no option but to resell it....
  • Software piracy is cheaper

    People resort to piracy as an alternative to expensive software, a study reveals....
  • Axiz takes scanning to new heights with HP Scanjet N9120

    The scanner features an integrated ink imprinter and HP Smart Document Scan Software....
  • Encyclopaedia Britannica named in top 10 UK Consumer Superbrands

    The company was ranked number 10 in the UK Consumer Superbrands for 2009/10. [Local rep: Phoenix Software]...
  • USB Cable With Built-In Battery To Charge iPhone/iPod

    So strong is the power of Brand Apple, even the introduction of a new USB cable manufactured by a different company to charge an iPhone and iPod is causing excitement....

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