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  • LEDs get flexible

    Using organic materials, researches develop large-scale, slim, flexible and transparent display screens....
  • New tech to revive gaming

    Luring new audiences by moving away from traditional gaming consoles is more crucial than ever as the downturn curbs consumer spending in a sector once seen as recession-proof, say analysts and executives....
  • Archos To Launch Android Tablet

    For quite some time, the Web has been buzzing with speculation that Archos was going to launch a Mobile Internet Device that will run Android, and now an official release date has been set....
  • Mobile technology can help SMEs to weather the downturn

    Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) should consider investing in mobile solutions as part of their strategies for coping with the downturn in the economy....
  • Canon unveils the PowerShot G11 with Dual Anti-Noise System

    Canon today(19 August 2009) announced the launch of the PowerShot G11 digital compact camera, successor to the multi-award winning PowerShot G10, with a host of stunning new features....
  • Canon unveils its first touch-screen Digital IXUS

    Whether you're a gadget lover or stylish snapper, taking stunning images has never been simpler than with the Digital IXUS 200 IS and Digital IXUS 120IS....
  • RIM Announces Next Generation BlackBerry Smart Card Reader

    Research In Motion (RIM) announced a new model of the BlackBerry Smart Card Reader - a lightweight, wearable, ISO 7816 compliant card reader that enables proximity controlled access to a user's BlackBerry smartphone and computer....
  • ICASA must prioritise interconnection

    Any new pricing system will be challenged in court, so the sooner it is begun, the better, says Gartner....
  • Telkom mum on Multi-Links head

    The telco`s newly-appointed Multi-Links turnaround man is delayed by “unusual” contract negotiations....
  • Wake up and smell the waste

    Companies delay implementing effective e-waste policies due to lack of clear regulatory guidelines....
  • Dell gets green facelift

    The company`s greening initiatives include packaging reduction and using energy-saving LED technology in laptops....
  • Going green is a journey

    Enterprises and banks become increasingly aware of the benefits of going green, says Symantec`s Andrew Harrison....
  • Adobe targets schools

    The company creates a licensing model for the education sector....
  • Kaspersky Lab detects Delphi virus

    The small virus might be used as an entry point into systems to upload malware later....
  • Spam volumes exceed highest records

    A surge in botnet growth sees spam account for 92% of all e-mail, reveals McAfee....
  • Mobile WiMax is goose laying golden eggs today

    The 4G technology will operate in the 2.3GHz, 2.5GHz, 3.3GHz and 3.4-3.8GHz frequency bands....
  • Legal challenge to high interconnect fees

    Removing over-inflated mobile interconnection charges would enable new entrants to the market, says ECN....
  • Konica Minolta SA intensifies green activities

    The company will use Desco to establish a reliable recycling programme for itself....
  • Pastel My Paycheck Online pays employees anywhere, anytime

    Pastel My Paycheck Online ensures users pay their employees according to legislation....
  • Cloud tops the hype cycle

    Cloud tops the hype cycle, future electric cars talk to grid, and PrimeSense devices track every move....

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