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  • Sony e-reader goes wireless

    The wireless electronic reader will rival Amazon`s Kindle offerings....
  • Google patches Chrome vulnerabilities

    Google patches Chrome vulnerabilities, YouTube users to receive ad revenue, McAfee lists celebrity Web threats, and SQL attack compromises 50 000 sites....
  • Hackers leak new Leona Lewis single

    According to statements made by Simon Cowell's record label SyCo, song to be released by X-factor star Leona Lewis has been leaked on the net after a hacking attack....
  • Nokia Enters PC Market With Netbook

    The world's biggest cellphone company, Nokia, has become the latest entrant to jostle for some elbow room in the already crowded netbook market....
  • Digital reader comes to PSP

    The reader allows users access to digital comics and content, updated monthly on the PlayStation Store....
  • New era for Autopage

    The company appoints James Rutherfoord as its new MD, as long-standing head Stephen Blewett resigns....
  • Internet routing becomes energy-aware

    Internet routing becomes energy-aware, Suntech claims solar world record, and Intel invests in cleantech firms....
  • Google bites back at VOIP claims

    Google bites back at VOIP claims, Sipera and Westcon drive UC security, and 02 Germany relaxes VOIP ban....
  • IT giants oppose Google book deal

    IT giants oppose Google book deal, YouTube debuts e-commerce store, and Twitter to develop location-based tweets....
  • New Mac OS available soon

    Apple will release the new Mac operating system, Snow Leopard, earlier than expected....
  • Nokia enters netbook market

    The world`s top cellphone maker unveils a netbook running Microsoft`s Windows operating system....
  • Yahoo rivals Bing despite MS deal

    Despite Yahoo`s reliance on Microsoft, it will still compete against Bing....
  • Wikipedia to add editing safeguard

    Wikipedia to add editing safeguard, British IT graduates at risk, 4chan hacks Christians on Facebook, and Pirate Bay sale hits rough waters....
  • 2010 info centre for Polokwane

    The roll-out of information centres will be completed before 2010, says the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism....
  • Cellular Goes Solar in Kenya

    The largest cellular phone company in Kenya has introduced a new type of cellphone to its market and believes that the device will sell like the proverbial hotcakes....
  • RICA hiccups to be expected

    The process of registering new SIM cards on mobile networks is a “massive task”, say the mobile operators....
  • Indefinite wait for health smart cards

    All contracts in the Gauteng health department will be put on hold as the MEC reviews systems and procedures....
  • Vodacom calls widget developers

    A local widget design competition offers R50 000 as first prize for the winning application....
  • Logitech receiver multiplies connections

    The Unifying receiver allows users to control up to six peripheral Logitech wireless devices....
  • SMS surveying extends customer reach

    Spescom DataVoice unveils an SMS-based research service that integrates with a quality management solution....

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