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  • 2010: The year of WiMax

    Over 475 WiMax networks have already been deployed in 140 countries worldwide, says Alvarion....
  • Tech to protect mobile users

    Tech to protect mobile users, partnership benefits booklovers, and Target intros mobile gift cards....
  • Video to rule mobile data

    Video to rule mobile data, Boingo brings widespread WiFi, and Broadcom boosts Android features....
  • Google staunchly defends book deal

    The Internet giant argues that its deal to digitise millions of books is legal and a contribution to human knowledge....
  • Digital threat to Olympics secrecy

    The Olympics opening ceremony committee must compete with social media to ensure pre-event secrecy....
  • Starcraft 2, finally in beta

    Activision Blizzard has announced the much-awaited sequel is entering beta testing later this month. ...
  • Buzz off, Google

    Many Google users are all but happy about the new integration, Buzz, that has brought social networking into their laps and put them in the laps of social networking. ...
  • Google empire could expand even more

    It is a dream for every high-end Internet user to have what they call “fibre to the home” and it seems that those dreams might become a reality one of these days. ...
  • SatNav seeks loving owner

    If you’re looking for a romantic but geeky gift for your loved one on Valentine’s Day, TomTom has a solution. ...
  • World Cup drives cyber crime

    Symantec`s 2010 NetThreat Web site aims to educate the online community about Internet security....
  • FNB confirms PayPal talks

    The bank is also in talks with the South African Reserve Bank over the US payment company....
  • Mario pirate to pay $1.3m

    Mario pirate to pay $1.3m, trial tackles telcom responsibility, and judge dismisses Windows lawsuit....
  • Criminals hack RFID microchips

    Criminals hack RFID microchips, China Mobile rolls out cellphone wallet, and RFID tracks ski marathon....
  • Mobile broadband demand surges

    Cellular operators worldwide will invest up to $72 billion in wireless broadband technology this year....
  • Google plans speedy Internet network

    The Internet giant wants to show carriers can manage bandwidth-intensive applications without sacrificing performance....
  • YouTube intros parental guidance

    YouTube intros parental guidance, Iran blocks Gmail, MS issues patches for 26 flaws, and AOL, Facebook partner....
  • Interconnect drop gets ICASA nod

    The regulator approves the voluntary interconnect rate cut proposed by the three main cellular companies....
  • Skyecandy Lets You Speed Date Via Skype

    Skype, the IP telephony service provider that offers free calling over the Internet between Skype users or low-cost calling to regular telephones, will be venturing into the world of online video speed dating this Valentine’s Day....
  • More navigation features for iPhone

    If you're doing the navigation and GPS thing with your iPhone, you'll be delighted to hear that Navigon has just released an upgrade for the iPhone application - MobileNavigator - that sports three new and exciting functions. ...
  • Vacuum Cleaning Goes Unplugged With Miele

    Miele, the German manufacturer of high-end domestic appliances, seems to have derived inspiration from laptops for its latest vacuum cleaner offering....

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