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  • Electrifying Reads

    In the not-too-distant future, picking up a book, magazine or newspaper to while away some time might be an entirely different experience to what it has been in days gone by. Theo Boshoff takes a look at e-Readers....
  • Twitter cuts feature over security flaw

    The micro-blogging site disables a feature on its Web site following warnings of a programming flaw....
  • MusicDNA to succeed MP3

     MusicDNA to succeed MP3, full-body scanner blind to bomb parts, satellite images help insure Kenya cattle, and Italy clamps down on Internet videos....
  • HP to unveil music service

    The MusicStation offering will be preloaded on 16 of HP`s PC models....
  • Firefox 3.6 features improved functionality

    Firefox 3.6 features improved functionality, MS and Intuit deliver SME apps, and Motorola opens China app store....
  • Sky unveils 3D football matches

    Sky unveils 3D football matches, Air America goes bankrupt, and BBC`s renovation spending investigated....
  • Motorola takes on BlackBerry

    Research In Motion is accused of infringing on five Motorola technology patents....
  • Spescom promises call savings

    An international alliance aims to cut out the cost of routing regional calls to London....
  • Firefox 3.6 here

    The upgrade of Firefox is finally here in version 3.6. Mozilla’s Firefox has become a much-loved web browser. It's growing in popularity and is giving Microsoft’s Windows Explorer a run for its money. ...
  • Twitter API: Up and Running – book review

    Twitter API: Up and Running was written with the mindset that almost anyone (even people without hardcore programming skills) can understand and interact with the Twitter API. ...
  • Game Developers Choice Awards nominees announced

    The organisers of the Game Developers Choice Awards have announced a list of nominees in its tenth annual video game awards....
  • Procrastination destinations

    Bored or just trying to procrastinate, these are the sites that will help you... and possibly eat your life. ...
  • Airline system fails

    A travel booking system went down yesterday, causing some travellers to be stranded for almost an hour....
  • Spectrum for scientists

    Government looks to increase access to spectrum for scientific research, to prepare for the SKA project....
  • Eskom to get its way?

    It is likely Eskom will be granted the rate hikes it has proposed, says Frost & Sullivan....
  • SAT-3 cable fault chaos

    The downtime leaves customers without international access for hours....
  • Nokia shakes up satnav market

    The cellphone maker introduces free satellite navigation on 20 million of its smartphones....
  • MS issues `Google attack` patch

    The software giant protects its Internet Explorer browser from attacks similar to the recent Google hack....
  • OS so sexy

    Both Windows and Mac users have every right to be excited, with the recent releases of Windows 7 and Mac OS Snow Leopard. Christo van Gemert scratches at the surface of each, to find the most noticeable new features....
  • Beauty is in the eye of the A/V beholder

    In the old days, the uglier an audio product, the better it was assumed to be. This is no longer the case and there are some superb designs that add style to their performance....

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