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  • Home Affairs turnaround disputed

    Despite being in place for five years, its turnaround programme will continue indefinitely, says Home Affairs....
  • ActionCamera Tough Enough To Record Your Extreme Sports

    Whether you will be hitting the ski slopes or the surf for an action-packed, adventurous festive season, this rugged digital video recorder will capture all your most extreme activities. ...
  • Stealing Love Jones SA Homecoming Tour

    Stealing Love Jones take a break from making it big in the USA to rock their South African fans throughout December....
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Review

    The Call of Duty franchise has been around for some time now, and although it has chiefly concentrated on the Second World War as a theatre of conflict, the most successful of the titles have been based in the modern era.   ...
  • Susan Boyle Makes Music History!

    Susan Boyle Makes Music History as the "Fastest Selling Worldwide Female Debut Ever" and is today announced as the "Fastest Selling Debut Album in UK Chart History"....
  • Hardware goes green - reducing energy consumption made easy

    Modern businesses today require more power than ever before just to do business, and yet international pressure  demands that organisations decrease their energy consumption in order to reduce their carbon footprint and impact on the environment. ...
  • EU to take on Google

    Members of the European Union will form a committee to challenge Google`s plans to create a massive digital library....
  • Mobile uptake spurs add-on services

    The growing mobile industry drives increasing demand for affordable add-on services, says ST Group....
  • Black Friday yields $595m online

    Online sales increase 11% as US holiday shoppers spend $595 million on Black Friday....
  • Barnes & Noble delays Nook shipments

    The new e-reader`s supply issues could help sales of Amazon`s Kindle....
  • iBurst to turn on tower

    If residents yet again fail to prove their illnesses, iBurst will turn on the tower at the centre of the issue....
  • Credit retailing goes mobile

    South Africans will soon have access to credit shopping through their mobile phones....
  • UK ID register is up and running

    UK ID register is up and running, mobs encircle smart meters, Wikipedia denies mass exodus, and Apple moves to kill Psystar lawsuit....
  • Microsoft delays utility open-sourcing

    IE exploit improved, MS delays utility open-sourcing and Firefox 3.6 beta 4 unveiled....
  • Playcast brings console-free TV gaming

    Playcast brings console-free TV gaming, 2m use Facebook on Xbox, and women console gamers hit 11m....
  • eBay unveils BlackBerry auction app

    eBay unveils BlackBerry auction app, LinkedIn preps enterprise app integration, and Opera 10.20 pushes desktop widgets....
  • SwiMP3 Will Have You Swimming In Sound

    An ultra-cool underwater MP3 player will enable swimmers, surfers and other types of water babies to splash around to the sound of music this summer....
  • No More Night Sweats With Bedfan

    If you are too hot and bothered to sleep soundly at night during South Africa’s sweltering summer months, then you will definitely be a fan of the Bedfan. ...
  • Lexmark breaks Blue Angel eco-label record

    Eleven laser multifunction devices in the X65x series given environmental certification, taking total up to 39. ...
  • `Who am I` ready to roll

    Home Affairs is confident the system will be ready for the influx of tourists expected for the Soccer World Cup....

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