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  • simulated cyberattack sends shockwaves through US

    The Bipartisan Policy Centre (BPC) in the US hosted a simulated cyberattack called Cyber Shockwave this week, to demonstrate how far the US still has to go before it is in a position to fight cyber warfare. ...
  • Google sued over Buzz

    A class action lawsuit has been filed against Google for Buzz's sharing of private data without permission. ...
  • A Tablet For Toddlers

    Unlike the recently revealed iPad – which continues to receive decidedly mixed reviews – a newly unveiled tablet is already slated to be one of this year’s most coveted holiday gifts. ...
  • LG unveils 3-way sync feature phone

    LG Electronics has unveiled the world’s first phone to support 3-way syncing, at the Mobile World Congress, in Barcelona....
  • Windows Live users suffer outage

    Windows Live users suffer outage, Teneros unveils hosted DR, and data backup top priority in 2010....
  • Axiz`s space-saving PC solution

    Acer`s all-in-one office PC, the Veriton N260G, is smaller than a notebook....
  • Twitter intros dating game

    Flitter parties allow tech-savvy singles to meet new people via their Twitter stream....
  • VOIP sales solution sets records

    Inter-Active Technologies set up an outbound call centre for @lantic in less than three weeks....
  • Legal noise over Google Buzz

    Legal noise over Google Buzz, Facebook privacy lawsuit, and eBay pays for Louis Vuitton bungle....
  • Ultrasound tech goes mobile

    Ultrasound tech goes mobile, US grants $1bn to healthcare IT, and Oz plans health ID number....
  • Nanotube ink for printed-electronics

    Nanotube ink for printed-electronics, Roland intros VersaCamm VS-640, and Agfa Graphics and XMPie partner....
  • Treasury uses Facebook

    South Africans can converse with the National Treasury through Facebook....
  • Hotel self-service reaches Africa

    Bringing self-service to African hotels, Southern Sun installs the first self-service kiosks on the continent....
  • Shopping coupons go digital

    Mobilitrix rolls out electronic shopping vouchers for the retail market....
  • Colour e-reader mimics butterfly wings

    Colour e-reader mimics butterfly wings, incubation hub for `technopreneurs`, and solar cell efficiency boosted.  ...
  • MS Outlook gets social networking tools

    You will soon be able to access MySpace, Facebook, and Windows Live from Outlook. ...
  • Google donates 2m to Wikipedia Foundation

    Google has donated $2 million to the Wikipedia Foundation, temporarily securing the online encyclopaedia's future. ...
  • Myst online now free to play!

    The 2003 MMO from the makers of Myst and Riven has seen some hard times, being cancelled twice. Now the creators, Cyan Worlds, are making it free to play in a move towards open source. ...
  • Telkom expects Yeoville online soon

    Services in Yeoville will be restored by month-end, says the telco....
  • LG introduces new LED technology

    LG Electronics has redesigned their widescreen computer monitors, which are now more energy efficient and support 3D. ...

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