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  • Health smart card progress stalls

    The Gauteng Health Department has been instructed to pay over R40 million to 3P Consulting for breach of contract, delaying the tender....
  • First 4G network live today

    The world's first 4G/LTE network went live today, 14 December, in Stockholm. Ericsson has provided Stockholm's TeliaSonera mobile broadband commercial network with an LTE (4G) system, making it the fastest in the world. LTE stands for Long T...
  • South Africa gets snapping for 2010

    What do you love about South Africa? Core Group, distributor of Apple products locally, are challenging all South Africans to show what they love most about the country. “There are so many reasons to feel good about South Africa. The rainbow nation is...
  • The last mile or the final straw?

    Big issues in the telecoms debate are local loop unbundling, carrier preselect and co-location. What gives?...
  • Piracy – MS`s top competitor

    Creating greater awareness around pirated software and intellectual property rights is critical, says Microsoft....
  • Heading for 360-degree security

    Security management evolves from perimeter control to continuous activity monitoring across multiple networks....
  • BenQ excels at design awards

    Two BenQ designer teams take home iF Design Awards for 18 electronic, IT and mobile products....
  • Google to open source EtherPad

    Google to open source EtherPad, open source bugs fixed fastest, and French military contributes to Thunderbird....
  • Google Apps gains traction

    Google Apps gains traction, Filemaker top iPhone business app, and Orange unveils app store....
  • Verizon quashes DirecTV rumours

    The company dispels recent speculation about acquiring the satellite TV provider....
  • Accenture ends Tiger Woods relationship

    The technology outsourcing and consulting firm is ending its six-year relationship with the golfer, following his extramarital scandal....
  • Nokia plans music phone model

    The cellular company readies the 5235 “Comes with Music” model, which bundles the music service with the cellphone....
  • Google to sell Nexus One direct

    The Internet search leader plans to sell its own cellphone direct to consumers next year....
  • WorldSIM offers cheaper roaming

    Nashua Mobile will stock the international SIMs for 2010 visitors and roaming South Africans....
  • Vodacom expands The Grid

    The cellular giant`s project will extend to police stations and driving centres....
  • EU opens Web addresses

    EU opens Web addresses, HP dodges strike, Apple and Nokia battle heats up, Russia and US talk cyber crime, and `cryo-egg` to predict sea levels....
  • Sea change for telecoms

    South African telecoms seems to be in a permanent state of flux....
  • Winelands in the palm of your hand

    New location-based cellphone application is a digital tour-guide to the cape winelands. ...
  • Africa lags in e-tourism boom

    While 40% of all US online spending in 2008 was on travel, Africa`s e-tourism accounts for only 2%....
  • Amazon, Apple top traditional retailers

    Amazon and Apple top traditional retailers, credit act problem for IT, and NCR doubles research staff....

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