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  • Iron With Legs Turns Chore Into Uplifting Experience

    An iron with legs might sound somewhat bizarre, but those legs will ensure that your clothes are never accidentally scorched again. ...
  • Internet users in SA pass 5.3-million

    The number of South African Internet users has passed the 5-million mark, breaking through the 10% mark in Internet penetration in the country. ...
  • Let the clash begin

    All gamers take note: The Wits University Wargames Club, an affiliate of Mind Sports South Africa, together with S2 Games, as a sponsor, is in the process of organising a LAN tournament for the game, Heroes of Newerth (HoN). ...
  • Gamers gear up for LAN battle

    Wits Wargames Club will host the first local Newerth LAN tournament in March....
  • Re the Internet Explorer attack code used to hack Google – there is an alternative that would avoid

    Shavlik NetChk Protect and Shavlik NetChk Agent users are protected against the Internet Explorer flaw. [Local rep: SecureData Security]...
  • E-books on growth path

    Self-publishing and e-books grow in SA as companies find innovative ways to get more authors published....
  • SA gets emergency security course

    The ISG will train students to become part of a computer security incident response team....
  • Printers get GPRS modems

    Printers get GPRS modems, Oracle to maintain office tools, Océ printer tops energy-efficiency stakes....
  • Steve Jobs unveils iPad

    In this World Wide Wrap: Steve Jobs unveils iPad, Ericsson cuts 600 jobs, and mobile convergence big in 2010....
  • Windows 7 fuels MS profits

    The software giant posts a 60% jump in quarterly profit, helped by strong sales of Windows 7....
  • Nintendo survives after Wii price cut

    The company maintains a 20% bigger market share than Sony, partly due to a 20% price cut of its Wii product....
  • Could This Really ‘Bee’ The World’s Smallest Slider Phone?

    The manufacturers of the Golden Bumblebee claim that the tiny handset is the smallest slider phone in the world. ...
  • All snapped up

    It would seem that Qualcomm’s Snapdragon platform is becoming a firm favourite for PC makers as the driver for Smartphones, netbooks and other devices - bridging the divide between Smartphones and full-on notebooks. ...
  • Government site hacked

    After two websites were hacked this week, one of them a governmental site, we have to ask, are our websites prepared for the terrorism that could occur during the 2010 world cup? ...
  • Apple launches iPad

    After months of speculation and rumours all over the web, Apple revealed its “new and exciting” device at a press conference in San Francisco on Wednesday. ...
  • Thousands cover iPad debut

    Bloggers and amateur reporters beat the old media hands down with their coverage of the Apple iPad`s launch....
  • 2010 tickets stay online

    Ticketing stations will only be opened in April, as scheduled, says the Local Organising Committee....
  • Apple aims to validate tablet concept with iPad design

    The new device merges iPhone and MacBook capabilities for a new category of mobile computing....
  • Cell C brings 4G to SA

    Although the network is a first for SA, it`s not 4G, claims an analyst....
  • Video to dominate future networks

    Video to dominate future networks, emerging tech to bring stiffer regulation, and electric vehicle charging gets boost.  ...

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