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  • Court revives music downloads case

    A US court reinstates an anti-trust lawsuit against major record labels for price fixing music downloads....
  • China affirms Internet control

    Despite Google`s threat to quit the country, China instructs companies to cooperate with its Internet control laws....
  • Privacy watchdog can fine £500 000

    Privacy watchdog can fine £500 000, McKinnon granted another judicial review, self-assembling solar cells unveiled, and firm behind China piracy suit targeted....
  • Facebook: reply by email

    Facebook announced on Tuesday that the social networking site is giving users the ability to respond to notifications from email. In other words, users no longer have to log on to the site to interact with each other through the site. ...
  • Status Update: Facebook App Prints Personal Newsletter

    Social networking Web sites have made staying in touch with family and friends around the world much easier, provided that they all have Internet access and are on your friends list. ...
  • Upload your life online with Sony “Bloggie” cameras

    Sony unveiled its new range of “bloggie” camera’s at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held in Las Vegas last week. ...
  • Google to pull out of China?

    Google has threatened to shut down its operations in China following a cyber attack last week. ...
  • No joke: this cellphone runs on Coke

    Solar and wind powered phones are so last year. A Chinese designer has come up with a conceptual, eco-friendly cellphone for Finnish phone manufacturer Nokia that can be powered entirely with sugary soft drinks. ...
  • 2010 to bolster dual-SIM sales

    Tourists coming to SA for the Soccer World Cup are expected to boost sales of dual-SIM phones....
  • Communications turns totally green

    The Green Touch initiative targets a thousand-fold improvement in communication network energy-efficiency....
  • Intel starts season with bang

    The company is expected to surpass Wall Street forecasts as it kicks off tech sector earnings....
  • Forrester predicts tech rebound

    The research company forecasts an 8.1% increase in global tech spending this year....
  • Google may pull out of China

    Google may pull out of China, AOL to shed 1 400 staff, `sandwich attack` busts new cellphone crypto, and Android apps threaten mobile security....
  • iBurst still in residents` sights

    Fourways residents are determined to take iBurst to task over a mast it erected last year....
  • Wireless gadget charging over WiFi

    Wireless gadget charging over WiFi, CES features table touchscreen and slates, and green gadgets monitor energy use....
  • Is the world ready for green cars?

    Nissan and Chevy are bargaining on the need to go green to push their 2010 electric car models.  ...
  • Roxxxy the sex bot

    The world's first “life-size robotic girlfriend” was unveiled over the weekend at the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas. Her name is Roxxxy and she's the next generation of blow-up-doll, now complete with personality and, albeit basic, con...
  • New Yu-Gi-Oh! title for Nintendo DS

    Konami Digital Entertainment will be releasing Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s World Championship 2010: Reverse of Arcadia for Nintendo DS in March....
  • You're on call again

    It’s time again for developers to sit up and take note. Nokia has kicked off its “Calling All Innovators 2010” campaign, and this year it's all about doing good. ...
  • 'Last Gadget Standing' Awarded To Set-Top Box

    An open source set-top box that streams Web content to a television without needing a computer to do so won the ninth annual “Last Gadget Standing” award at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas over the weekend. ...

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