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  • In-flight broadband in sight

    Local service provider WirelessG will bring a WiFi service to local airlines....
  • iBurst towers `rectified`

    The company says issues with 13 of its towers were about paperwork, and they have been fixed....
  • More from MiMoney

    It seems that South Africans are big on surfing the net, but still afraid to buy online. This is the word from John Campbell, Business Manager of Standard Bank’s MiMoney. ...
  • Web access in SA bound for literal take off

    Passengers on some of South Africa’s airlines could soon join a mile high club of a different kind: being able to surf the Web while soaring through the skies at 35 000 feet. ...
  • Sesame Street videogames announced

    Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Sesame Workshop have entered into a multi-year exclusive agreement to create and publish videogames based on the children’s television show Sesame Street. ...
  • Facebook sponsors Apache Foundation

    Facebook sponsors Apache Foundation, Alfresco integrates with Lotus, and Oz gets latest in-memory BI....
  • Google pulls unauthorised banking apps

    Google pulls unauthorised banking apps, Equity Bank and Safaricom intro mobile banking, and online theft surges in UK....
  • Apple, Nokia battle heats up

    The legal battle regarding patented mobile phone technologies gains momentum as Apple files a new complaint. ...
  • MySQL founder continues campaign

    Michael Widenius turns to China and Russia for support against Oracle`s acquisition of Sun Microsystems....
  • Cipro site hacked

    The company registration Web site has experienced trouble since December....
  • Tougher e-waste policies coming

    Tighter import laws and increased industry responsibility could change the way e-waste is controlled....
  • Holiday shoppers spend, spend, spend

    Apple, Cisco, Microsoft and Oracle were among the numerous major players to make acquisitions....
  • Powered Internet

    Have you ever come across the term “Internet-over-power”? Well, it basically means that you can use your existing power lines in your home to connect your home network and to the Internet. ...
  • Beware: Haiti disaster email scams

    Symantec has reported that scammers are already taking advantage of the earthquake in Haiti to elicit “donations”. ...
  • Iron Man 2 comes to IMAX

    Marvel Entertainment and IMAX Corporation have said that the action-adventure sequel to Iron Man, Iron Man 2, will be released on IMAX, simultaneously with the film’s worldwide release, on 7 May 2010. ...
  • LG Crowns World’s Fastest Texters

    The world’s fastest cellphone text message typists have been crowned at the third annual LG Mobile World Cup (www.lgmobileworldcup.com) in the United States. ...
  • Intel success indicates tech rebound

    The company`s record 65% increase in its gross profit margin in the fourth quarter bodes well for a technology recovery....
  • US video game sales up

    Video game equipments and software sales rose 4% in December to a record $5.5 billion....
  • Kodak sues Apple, RIM

    The photography company alleges infringements of camera phone patents....
  • Adobe hit by Chinese Google attack

    Adobe hit by Chinese Google attack, survey outs Britons as tech twits, Scottish crimes to be reconstructed in 3D, and new IE hole exploited....

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