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  • PayChoice suffers another data breach

    PayChoice suffers another data breach, Convergys bags contracts worth $25m, and Essar considers merger....
  • Acer debuts 3D laptop

    Acer debuts 3D laptop, recession-hit gamers favour downloads, and CCTV fights crime online....
  • Sun readies Java for netbooks

    Sun readies Java for netbooks, Google Docs gets makeover, and IBM and Digium develop Smart Cube system....
  • 2010 deadline for Gauteng Online

    All schools will have computer labs in place by May 2010, says the Gauteng Shared Services Centre....
  • Energy waste on servers should be a thing of the past

    NightWatchman Server Edition, from 1E, provides detailed efficiency and power reporting....
  • Photographic Memories

    Fans of retro gadgets rejoice! Olympus has finally given us a remake of its Pen camera. Christo van Gemert demonstrates how this nostalgic piece of kit can lead to even more reminiscing....
  • Farryl Purkiss, Fruitbats & Crows

    One of the members on myDigitalLife.co.za constantly went on and on about Farryl Purkiss.  How great his music was, how great his live performances are, how this, how that....
  • Android Phone Beats iPhone At Gadget Awards

    British gadget and technology magazine T3 handed out its annual Gadget Awards recently and although brand Apple was victorious in a few categories, the major prize went to a rather surprising contender....
  • Anti-corruption hotline recovers R100m

    Government departments are slow to respond, and this reflects badly on the progress of the hotline, says the PSC....
  • Hawks probe SAPS-SITA link

    The elite crime-fighting unit launches preliminary investigations into a possible corrupt link between a senior SAPS member and SITA....
  • MTN retests competition waters

    The company sends the details of its new competition to the Lotteries Board “as a courtesy”....
  • Call centres fast-track payments

    More government departments are expected to set up call centres to fast-track payments and clear backlogs....
  • New LIFEBOOK P product offers small footprint, unlimited connectivity and high security

    The series has unlimited connectivity thanks to built-in 3G/UMTS, WLAN and Bluetooth....
  • MS plans glitzy retail stores

    MS plans glitzy retail stores, real-time and in-flight transactions offered, and NPD enhances tech retail monitor....
  • Cisco bullish on mobile Internet

    Cisco bullish on mobile Internet, Nokia and AT&T venture into netbooks, and LG converges telecom units....
  • Nokia is losing smartphone race

    The top cellphone maker reports a group-level net loss of 913 million euros, marking its weakest ever quarter....
  • Most MS Sidekick data recovered

    Nearly all of the data lost by users of the Microsoft Sidekick mobile phone has been recovered, says Microsoft....
  • Google, IBM report strong results

    The upswing in financial results indicates a rebound in corporate technology spending....
  • Google Editions to rival Kindle

    The Google online store will deliver e-books to any device with a Web browser....
  • Nikon's Latest Fit For Shooting In The Dark

    Nikon has officially introduced its latest camera and some early reviewers are calling it pro-friendly, so it's safe to assume that it will also have serious amateur shutterbugs chomping at the bit to get their hands on one....

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