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  • Think Twice

    How to stop yourself before you make another costly decision....
  • Kaspersky aims for wide tech set

    The company wants to cover all IT risks, from external to internal threats....
  • Fifa tickets fly online

    South Africans buy the majority of tickets put up for sale for the games next year....
  • ICT development lags

    The role of ICT in government has been detailed, but reports on the progress of ICT projects have been excluded....
  • Nokia advances Qt development

    Nokia advances Qt development, OS firm launches cloud middleware, and Sun releases VirtualBox 3.1....
  • Post Office takes on banking

    Post Office takes on banking, UK mobile banking grows 30%, and Fundtech wins innovator award....
  • EA reduces game titles

    EA reduces game titles, make-believe online games attract millions, and DreamWorks moves into gaming....
  • A brave new world

    The online world has changed the hospitality industry forever....
  • New family of desktop storage devices from Netgear

    The ReadyNAS Pro product line is available in storage capacities ranging from 1.5TB to 6TB. [Local rep: Duxbury Networking]...
  • Facebook forms online safety board

    The social networking giant partners with five Internet safety organisations to review safety resources for its users....
  • Apple acquires music service, Lala

    The dominant online music retailer buys Lala to explore new models for selling songs....
  • Google defends against news media

    The Internet search giant defends itself, saying it`s not to blame for the news industry`s problems....
  • Go video, go mobile or go home

    Video and mobile phones are the two key technologies for the tourism industry....
  • Recession, Mandela top SA searches

    Google`s SA Zeitgeist trends reveal Jacob Zuma and Super 14 rugby were leading online searches....
  • Application development: Top 10 Microsoft programming languages

    A look at the programming languages Microsoft uses, promotes and keeps track of for its ongoing business....
  • Mobile ads take off

    Yahoo expects "exponential" growth in mobile advertising, even as the overall market just emerges from its downturn....
  • University turns iPhones into orchestra

    iPhones are being used as musical instruments in a new course at a US university....
  • Nokia trims smartphone offering

    The cellphone maker will halve the number of smartphone models it rolls out next year....
  • Presidency praises problematic hotline

    The hotline is successful, but it will receive more support and resources, says the Presidency....
  • 10111 woes escalate

    Emergency centres across the country are in a worse state....

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