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  • In the eye of the player

    Some students in the UK are working on a way of gaming through eye movement. ...
  • AMD introduces powerful graphics card

    AMD has introduced the ATI Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity 6 edition graphics card, capable of rendering in excess of 1 billion pixels per second, according to AMD....
  • iBurst offers free bandwidth

    iBurst Wireless customers will be receiving free Internet access between midnight and 8am. The service begins its three month trial period on April 1 2011, but according to iBurst "is no April fools joke. Its for real." ...
  • SA lags in smart meter roll-out

    Municipalities implement automated metering, while advanced systems bringing greater visibility lag behind....
  • Bargain-hunting online

    Everybody loves a bargain, right? Paul Furber provides a guide to getting the lowest prices in the virtual world. There`s nothing quite like bargain-hunting when you`re out shopping, be it for nearly new second-hand goods or perhaps some clearance s...
  • Accessorize your Mac World

    Finally got your hands on a slinky new Nano or a cavernous Classic? Maybe even a tantalising Touch or an invincible iPhone? Christo van Gemert lists the toys that`ll help you get even more from that iPod, no matter the flavour....
  • Sliver of sexiness

    It`s the thinnest TV we`ve ever seen - and also the one with the most capital letters in its name. Christo van Gemert casts an eye over LG`s new, wafer-thin display....
  • Write and record

    The digital pen has made quite an impact, in recent months. Theo Boshoff checks out three of the newer devices, rating them on their ease-of-use and practicality. The digital pen can make life so much easier for anyone in a position where they have to...
  • Gale-force gaming

    There are some big gaming blockbusters out there, with their intricate storylines, plot twists, polished graphics and in-depth characters. Some even win awards and go on to sell more than a million copies. Tornado Outbreak is not one of those games, th...
  • Military Madness

    Back in 2001, Codemasters released the original Operation Flashpoint, a game held in high regard and seen as a turning point in the progression of military simulation games. Before it arrived, gamers were besotted with the likes of the Tom Clancy Ghost Re...
  • Robot zoo machinarium

    It`s been a long while since something similar to Machinarium has graced the gaming world. It tells a simple story of a little robot lost in a big, post-apocalyptic robot-ruled society, but not once is a single word uttered. Not even through a subtitle....
  • Spore me a Hero

    Spore, one of the most popular PC titles of 2008, has finally made its way to the Wii. The spin-off, Spore Hero, is similar to the PC game but has been adapted for a younger audience. Spore Hero allows players to create their hero, while the main objec...
  • Do your home `work`

    Are you thinking of setting up a business, but can`t afford the office space? Do you have a spare room at home? Theo Boshoff offers advice on setting up a home office quickly and easily....
  • Easy automation

    You don`t need tons of money to get into home automation. There are a few things that anyone can do to at least control equipment from virtually any room in the house....
  • Internet shopping: now safer than ever

    When the Consumer Protection Act comes into effect in October, South African shoppers will be among the most protected consumers in the world. Georgina Guedes looks at how the Act affects online shoppers....
  • Mac Mini

    Aah, the evergreen Apple - one of the world`s most-loved technology companies. From the iMac to the iPod, it has capitalised on, and started, trends that have led us into the 21st century....
  • Ways to watch the 2010 World Cup

    When it comes to the 2010 World Cup, the best way to catch all the action is obviously at a game. But that may not always be an option. Joel Kopping takes a look at how you can get into the atmosphere of the sporting calendar`s biggest event....
  • Verizon intros Skype Mobile

    Verizon intros Skype Mobile, Nortel drives mobile VOIP, and Tesco shuts down VOIP service....
  • PayPal seeks specialists for innovation

    PayPal seeks specialists for innovation, Times Online to charge from June, and three charged in eBay scam....
  • New tech revives music gaming

    Motion-capture controller technology is expected to resuscitate the struggling music gaming market later this year....

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