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  • Neotel plays into broadcasting

    Off the back of rapid growth of Internet-based media, SA`s second national operator, Neotel, is in the process of implementing a new broadcasting platform. Neotel`s executive head of technology, Angus Hay, says over the next two months, the company ...
  • Save the date

    Internet dating is flourishing as more and more people go online to find that special someone. Here is some advice on how to go about dating in cyberspace....
  • Air traffic ban boosts video conferencing

    The technology is in demand due to the business travel disruption following the air traffic ban across Europe....
  • Google acquires visual-search company

    Google acquires visual-search company, NTT intros AV content delivery, and AudioConexus unveils tourism app....
  • SA Company Patents Secure SMS Service

    We’ve heard it through the Grapevine: in what is being called a world first, a South African mobile services provider has been granted a provisional patent for the secure SMS service it has developed. According to Grapevine Interactive, its secure SMS...
  • Lenovo to focus on mobility

    PC maker Lenovo is upping its game within the mobile Internet space. It believes the growth opportunities in this market segment, as a result of growth in wireless computing, will be very lucrative. The company believes that in five years' time its mo...
  • IPL Cricket streamed via YouTube Channel

    Cricket fans can now view IPL (Indian Premier League) cricket matches via live streaming on YouTube.com. The official IPL channel provides users with access to full games being played live, highlight packages and access to full games that have been com...
  • Lenovo to focus on mobility

    PC maker Lenovo is upping its game within the mobile Internet space. It believes the growth opportunities in this market segment, as a result of growth in wireless computing, will be very lucrative. ...
  • Xbox Live Police ban kid till the year 9999

      The Xbox Live Police have banned a user until the year 9999.  Basically a life sentence in any terms. A parent of gamer “i am BlaaaacK v” enquired via the official forum as to why he has been banned from the online community of Xbox Li...
  • All tweets to be preserved for posterity

    If you have ever been among the approximately 105 million (and counting) people who have posted anything to the micro-blogging Web site Twitter, take heed: your bite-sized bits of profundity are about to be preserved for posterity....
  • HTC unveils enhanced HTC Sense

    “HTC Sense was created to magnify users’ ability to create and define their own unique mobile experience.”   This is according to Quinton Leigh, managing director of Leaf International Communications, who spoke at the HTC media launch in Joha...
  • Super Mario creator still not looking to retire

    The creator of the popular Nintendo game franchise Mario Bros, Shigeru Miyamoto, stated in an interview with Games TM that he isn’t considering to retire soon. The 57 year old Miyamoto who is currently still an employee at Nintendo feels that the com...
  • Apple planning ‘iSpecs’ for iPhone?

    If several news reports are to be believed, Apple is about to make a spectacle in order to claim its slice of the increasingly popular 3D pie....
  • LG pops another touchscreen phone

    LG Electronics has unveiled its most compact 3-inch full touchscreen phone, the LG GD 510 Pop.   It includes many traits of its predecessor, the KP500. According to LG, the phone offers advanced features usually found on premium touchscreen phones ...
  • Replay Twitter trends with Google

    Google is busy implementing a new functionality to its platform that will enable users to replay historical Twitter trends according to search results. Since implementing real-time search in December 2009, Google has been including results gathered from...
  • Apple delays international iPad launch

    Sad news for those counting down the days, the international iPad launch has been delayed till 10 May due to shortages. ...
  • Site offers social specials

    Social buying – a concept that is already popular in the US – has arrived in South Africa in the form of a site called Wicount. Wicount – or “We Count” - offers daily specials from businesses on the condition that a minimum number of people ...
  • Twitter adds ads

    The popular free microblogging service, Twitter, has launched its new advertising system, in an attempt to monitise its offering. The idea is similar to that of Google Ads where businesses pay to have their own tweets appear first when people do a Twi...
  • The PeeWee for tiny tots

    If you want to introduce your kids to the wonders of portable technology, the Verimark laptop for children is not your only option. The hardy PeeWee Power Laptop, aimed at children between the ages of 4 and 8 years of age, may be a better investment. T...
  • Nokia unveils E5, C3 & C6

    Nokia has unveiled three new handsets – the E5, C3 and C6.   The latest addition to the E series merges the best of the E71 and E72.  According to Nokia, the E5 boasts an excellent battery life, with 18 hours and 30 minutes of talk time o...

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