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  • FarmVille moves off Facebook

    FarmVille has outgrown the social networking site and has set its sights on something bigger. ...
  • The future of imaging technology

    A new kind of image sensor, called QuantumFilm may improve the way camera phones take pictures.  Startup company InVisage has found a way to enhance the capabilities of digital photography, meaning there no longer has to be a performance-resolutio...
  • Lady Antebellum album review

    A country trio where a male/female vocal duo are sharing responsibilities, interesting.  Lady Antebellum seems like any other American country band until you push play and listen to Need you now.  Let’s call this modern country since they s...
  • Justin Bieber – My World Pt 1 album review

    My biggest fear is not that my kids will start listening to Justin Bieber.  My fear is that Disney will push another Jonas brother our way to counter strike. This 15 year old kid got discovered on YouTube and started a bidding war between Usher and ...
  • Alice in Chains – Black gives way to blue album review

    I was thrilled when I learned about the latest Alice in Chains album. Firstly because I am a fan and secondly because the world needs another grunge album. Listening to this album is like opening up a time capsule planted in the early 90’s and heari...
  • Footymix to make football social

    With the Fifa 2010 World Cup around the corner, Footymix is looking to make football news more social. Launched in January of this year the site is geared to provide football fans with an aggregation system to promote football news.  ...
  • Play the MS Office game

    Microsoft has released a game to get us to grips with its products. The next best thing to program intuitiveness. ...
  • Fired on Facebook

    A number of Facebook users have been fired in recent years after posting incriminating status updates and photographs on the social networking Web site – including a South African man who was fired last year – but a British teenager has apparently be...
  • Afrihost launches SA cheapest uncapped ADSL from R197/month

    Afrihost, the broadband Internet service provider (ISP) that sparked South Africa's ADSL price war with its R29 per GB offer, has announced pricing for its first uncapped ADSL products....
  • Afrihost launches cheapest ADSL

    Afrihost has responded to MWEB’s cheapest ADSL offering by introducing uncapped Internet starting at R197 a month. The company started a “price war” last year when it offered bandwidth for R29 per GB. CEO of Afrihost Gian Visser says, “When...
  • Real-time search hits SA

    Google updates its search features to increase real-time results. Google`s real-time search feature has reached SA, allowing users to find tweets, blog posts and news stories immediately after they are published on the Web....
  • 3D in the palm of your hand

    Nintendo is going to release a glasses-free 3D handheld device. One small step for 3D technology, one giant leap towards the kind of gaming we see in science fiction. ...
  • Robin Williams’ Weapons of self destruction coming to DVD

    Weapons of Self Destruction is very filthy and very funny according to Chris Varias of the Cincinnati Enquirer. On 30 March, 2010, fans of Robin Williams will be able to see it for themselves as the comedian’s first televised show in seven years will...
  • Browser landscape changing

    There were days when Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) browser was the only way consumers could connect to the Internet and search for the content they desired, but those days are over and so, it seems are IE's. ...
  • Where to for Palm?

    The company posts yet another quarterly loss....
  • Vox fights for lower broadband prices

    The company has joined MWeb by introducing uncapped ADSL services for its consumers, says Douglas Reed, MD of Vox Telecom....
  • Twitter fuels US healthcare vote

    White House staff used the microblogging site to keep momentum going for the historic US healthcare vote....
  • Somali rebels unite online

    According to the UN, Somali rebel groups use the Internet to fundraise, recruit and spread information about making bombs....
  • eBay tackles organised retail crime

    The firm partners with the US National Retail Federation to combat crime between brick-and-mortar and online stores....
  • Intel unveils cheap SSD storage

    Intel unveils cheap SSD storage, EMC drives MS Exchange protection, and Xbox 360 to get USB storage....

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