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  • More bandwidth incoming

    Following in the wake of Seacom, Eassy will be live by the end of April....
  • Seven satellites for World Cup

    Capacity for the World Cup will be provided by approximately seven of Intelsat`s satellites. Up to seven satellites from satellite service provider Intelsat will be available to the 2010 Soccer World Cup. ...
  • Call centre boosts 2010 sales

    Soccer fans can now apply for World Cup tickets over the phone, says Fifa. The Fifa World Cup Ticketing Sub-Committee has opened a call centre to boost ticket sales, and to accommodate soccer fans who want buy tickets via channels other than First ...
  • Drivers disregard cellphone hazard

    People who text while driving are 23 times more likely to cause an accident, warns BulkSMS.com....
  • Low-cost, energy-efficient switches for small, medium businesses

    The Alcatel-Lucent OmniSwitch 6250 family of layer2+ Fast Ethernet stackable LAN switches is available from Bytes Communication Systems....
  • iPhone poses security risk

    iPhone poses security risk, Kyocera back in smartphone market, and gadgets revolutionise patient care....
  • Students recruited to fight pirates

    It's pirates vs ninjas! Only with more IT. College students are being hired by Warner Brothers UK to fight on the front lines against the epic threat of piracy. ...
  • Roundbox: A hybrid computer for kids

    From the sandbox to the Roundbox: a new concept in kiddie computers aims to encourage and inspire creativity and learning while also providing plenty of fun and entertainment. The Roundbox computer for kids is brightly coloured, round in shape – hence...
  • Apple App Store comes to Facebook

    Apple has teamed up with social branding firm, Vitrue, to produce a Facebook application for the online store. Facebook has over 400 million active users with over 200 million visits a day, so it's no wonder that Apple is looking to provide an easy w...
  • BlackBerry is now LinkedIn

    LinkedIn.com today globally launched their mobile application for BlackBerry smartphones.  I have personally been waiting for this one for a few months as it will allow me to utilize a service that I normally found tiresome. As with the Facebook.com...
  • Facebook changes policy again

    There are more changes to come – to the controversial privacy policy and other site features. It seems that the site changes will happen first before any of the privacy policy changes are to be made. ...
  • South African’s matchmaking app to ignite local hearts

    Imagine if, while you were walking down the street, you could somehow receive a nudge of sorts from your cellphone informing you that your potential true love was within close proximity of you right at that moment. Sounds like something out of a romanti...
  • Myisp.co.za offering R159 uncapped Internet

    The latest ISP to offer “cheapest” uncapped ADSL in the country is MyISP, who have introduced a price of R159 per month....
  • Social networking drives SA online, study shows

    All around us Internet access is becoming more affordable, but according to research company BMI-T, there are still low levels of local online content. ...
  • GameCrush: Where gaming geeks pay to play with cute girls

    A newly launched online venture in the US aims to let nerdy video game players feel even more powerful and heroic at their Xbox controls by allowing them to accomplish a feat which they will probably never manage by themselves in real life: to interact l...
  • IBM's $190 netbook aimed at businesses

    IBM, Canonical and Simmtronics have announced the release of a $190 USD (R1400) netbook in South Africa. ...
  • The pen that teaches piano and violin

    One would not normally equate a pen with learning to play the piano or the violin, but then, the Point the Piano and Violin Learning Pen from Gigiway is not exactly your run-of-the-mill Bic pen....
  • Swiss knife for geeks

    Victorinox, manufacturers of the popular Swiss Army Knives, have made what they believe to be one of the most secure knives of their collection yet, for geek that is. The goal of the Presentation Master 16GB, was to provide the most secure memory stick....
  • Nintendo DSi XL launch date confirmed

    Nintendo’s latest handheld console, the DSi XL is expected to launch locally on 30 April. ...
  • Australia`s Web filter criticised

    Australia`s Web filter criticised, MS faces Linux lawsuit, and social networking could hike premiums....

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