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  • Google revises book deal

    The Internet search giant and the Authors Guild address anti-trust and copyright concerns....
  • Dell enters smartphone market

    The Dell Mini 3 smartphone will be introduced in China at the end of November and later in Brazil....
  • Hackers create tools for disaster relief

    Hackers create tools for disaster relief, mental health data stolen from NHS, boffins fight pacemaker hacks, and `Sabbath` protest targets Intel....
  • MTN confirms retrenchments

    The company will also put a clamp on temporary staff employment....
  • Open source needs marketing

    Open source needs marketing, Samsung stays with Symbian, and Droid joins the battle....
  • Nokia sees mobile banking potential

    Nokia sees mobile banking potential, iPhone turns money manager, and NBS gets retail banking award....
  • IDC eyes broadcasting companies

    IDC eyes broadcasting companies, Vietnam and South Korea propose joint broadcasting, and Uganda upgrades ICT tech...
  • No smart plates for Jan 2010

    The Gauteng province will begin preparations in December and manufacturing will start in February....
  • Mixed response to interconnection

    Cope and the ID have different views on the communication minister`s interconnection announcement....
  • MiX concerned over lawsuit

    Legal action could follow Competition Tribunal hearings, says the vehicle tracking company....
  • VOIP poised to overthrow PABX

    South African consumers have increasing access to cheaper telecoms solutions, as VOIP comes of age, says ISPA....
  • Broadband costs to drop slowly

    It could take some time before SA sees the benefits of an influx of international capacity....
  • Logitech expands videoconferencing services

    Logitech expands videoconferencing services, Canon releases WiFi printers, and Xerox intros wide format printer....
  • Consumers concerned, yet confused, on 'green' technology

    The majority of 10,000 people in 21 countries have a guilty conscience about their carbon footprint when using their home and office technology, according to a global survey conducted by Ipsos on behalf of Lexmark International, the printing solutions pro...
  • Is green IT becoming a cliché?

    We all feel good when we hear trendy buzz words such as; electronic waste, energy efficiency, environmental design, power management, recyclable, renewable energy and waste management. However the problem with the green IT concept is that most consumers a...
  • MFP advances could ‘kill’ the A3 copier

    New generation of modern MFPs threatens copier legacy. ...
  • Making your Multifunction Printer Work for You

    Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) account for over a third of South Africa’s GDP (gross domestic product) resulting in one of the economic pillars of the country. At the same time, nearly 50 per cent of all entrepreneur ventures fail by their third an...
  • Orianthi: Believe review

    Carlos Santana, Stevie Vai and Joe Satriani sits in a bar, bored to death until Richie Sambora tells them to join him and go to Orianthi's concert later that night....
  • Robbie Williams: Reality killed the video star

    The new album by British bad boy fails to reach the prior highs he has achieved and should rather be skipped as a present for a loved one this year....
  • Intel Unveils A Reader With A Difference

    Processor technology developer Intel has also unveiled a reader, but unlike the other e-readers out there, this one is intended to help the visually impaired, dyslexics and people with other type of reading-related disabilities....

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