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  • Roan Systems opens doors

    Roan Systems is to be used by Open Door, the inventor and distributor of E-Logger as a third party warranty and support centre....
  • OpenGL competes with DirectX11

    OpenGL competes with DirectX11, Mozilla redrafts open source licence, and Sun`s open source champion resigns....
  • BT cuts connectivity bundle prices

    BT cuts connectivity bundle prices, Facebook app enables live broadcasting, and CNN Mobile available on Flo TV....
  • Trojan armed with anti-piracy control

    Trojan armed with anti-piracy control, Internet clash for Web police projects, Venezuelan president calls for Internet regulation, and Google poised to close China site....
  • Privacy concerns over Digital TV

    Information sent back through set-top boxes could possibly be hacked....
  • Beware when buying World Cup tickets

    Soccer fans are being scammed left, right and centre by a variety of cyber criminals when attempting to purchase tickets for this year's World Cup. ...
  • Cell C closes stores

    As part of a possible cost-cutting strategy, Cell C is closing some of its franchises. ...
  • Twitter adds location to tweets

    Twitter has announced today the addition of an opt-in feature that shares your location whenever you tweet. ...
  • Sony unveil Alpha concepts

    Those people who are not really professional photographers, but still want to be able to take great pics with lenses that suit the occassion, will be delighted that Sony is working on ultra-portable compact digital cameras, like the normal point-and-sho...
  • Asus unveils compact 5-channel speaker

    Asus has unveiled the Cine5 PC speaker that provides an accurate 5-channel surround sound in personalised spaces....
  • William Shatner launching social networking site

    Bill Shatner (aka Captain Kirk) has entered the social networking universe, tackling the niche of sci-fi fans who happen to be creative. ...
  • Rip Your DVD Movies to iPod, iPhone, PSP, on Windows 7

    If you are movie lovers, DVD Ripper can come handy in quite a few situations. One that immediately springs to mind is to enable the transfer of a DVD video to another device that is not supporting playback from DVDs. Another reason might be to put a lot o...
  • How to Burn MP4 (iPod, iPhone, Google Phone ) Video to DVD on Mac?

    What is MP4 video? MP4 is short for Moving Picture Expert Group-4. First published in 1998, MPEG-4 or MP4 was designed to encompass all the features that were part of earlier releases of MPEG files, and add a few more that would prove helpful with the ad...
  • How to Play and Convert WMV Video to DVD on Mac OS

    What is WMV File? WMV (Window Media Video) is a compressed video file format developed by Microsoft. WMV is generally packed into the ASF container format, and can also be put into the AVI or Matroska. The respective file extensions for ASF, AVI and Mart...
  • Privacy law toughens up security

    The PPI Bill will force companies to change the way they view and process information, says Absa....
  • Brain-computer interface ready for retail

    Brain-computer interface ready for retail, Best Buy sells Panasonic 3D TVs, and OCZ unveils sub-$100 SSD. ...
  • Avaya unveils IP office for SMEs

    Avaya unveils IP office for SMEs, Google opens apps marketplace,  and Cymtec unveils SME network optimisation device....
  • Samsung drives 3D entertainment

    Samsung drives 3D entertainment, Google dabbles in TV search, and China pushes triple-play. ...
  • Virgin tests broadband over telegraph poles

    The British cable operator experiments with new technology to push ultrafast broadband over telegraph poles to extend its reach....
  • Sony gets moving

    Its new motion-controlled video game system will help Sony keep pace with rivals Nintendo and Microsoft....

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