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  • Sharp adds colour, brightness to future with 3D LCD

    With an increasing amount of electronics companies jumping onto the 3D television bandwagon, Sharp Corporation has found a way to up the ante by unveiling the world’s first four-primary-colour 3D LCD TV, claiming that it is also the brightest in the in...
  • Samsung launches iPhone App

    Samsung has released an application on the Apple App Store that will enable iPhone/iPod owners to turn their phones into TV remotes. The application turns the iPhone/iPod into a WiFi remote and can control the TV like a normal television remote control...
  • Dead to Rights Retribution

     Dead to Rights: Retribution is a visually stunning 3rd person action game, rich in story, character and brutal combat. The game follows vice cop Jack Slate and his canine companion Shadow as they fight to expose the shadowy figures of Grant City and...
  • Stay hydrated with Sportline’s HydraCoach

    As the weather turns cooler, many of us become more inclined to reach for hot beverages such as coffee and tea, leaving our water drinking by the wayside. It is only natural: when it is cold, we seek heat. So even though you may think that all those com...
  • Seagate and Paramount distributing movies via hard drives

    Seagate have partnered with Paramount Digital Entertainment to make movies available by pre-loading them on external hard drives. By purchasing their new 500GB FreeAgent GO portable hard drive, you will receive a free digital copy of the hit movie Star ...
  • Boy spends £900 on Farmville

    A 12-year-old in the UK has spent £900 (over R10 000) on Farmville, claiming "they had brought out good stuff that I wanted.” According to Yahoo! Games UK, the shopping spree cost the boy all £288 of his savings and the rest went on to his mother's...
  • UK internet law tightens

    The UK has just passed a bill, called the Digital Economy Bill, which is to regulate the Internet and more specifically, illegal downloads in the country. The aim is to curb individuals illegally downloading copyrighted material from the web. The bill ...
  • Lexmark Prevail PRO705 Product Review

    It was with some trepidation I accepted the Lexmark Pro705....
  • Trending Hot? The kettle that tweets @ teatime

    Why be content to have a kettle that merely whistles to notify you that it has boiled your water, when you can have an ultra cool kettle that will inform you via Twitter? The tweeting kettle, or Twettle, is a beautiful asymmetrical electronic kettle emb...
  • Xbox 360 USB memory support live

    The latest update to Xbox LIVE now enables support for USB flash drives, allowing the expansion of memory on an Xbox 360 console....
  • Review: Hands-on with Nokia`s N900

    The smartphone runs the Meamo 5 platform, offering multiple customisable home screens, but lacks user-friendliness....
  • AVG comes to the rescue

    AVG Technologies has announced another free product: the AVG Rescue CD. [Local rep: Phoenix Software]...
  • iPad suffers WiFi problems

    iPad suffers WiFi problems, Sharp develops 3D mobile screen, and Android leads smartphone growth....
  • Hatebook

    As fear and loathing play out in this country, the real question is what can be done to mend SA`s racial divide?...
  • Mobile Internet dominates in Africa

    Mobile Internet dominates in Africa, Burundi lacks $5.8bn in infrastructure, and Libyan telco bolsters African presence....
  • Bebo faces shut down

    AOL will decide by the end of May whether to sell its social networking site, or shut it down....
  • Lenovo IdeaCentre A600

    Lenovo has come a long way since acquiring IBM`s computer division in 2005. It`s now China`s largest selling PC brand and the fourth largest in the world. So perhaps it`s time more people sit up and take notice of the fantastic things coming from its sta...
  • Apple iMac 21.5-inch

    By most counts, when not considering all the obscure prototypes and one-off models, Apple single-handedly established the all-in-one desktop with the introduction of the iMac. Of course, the first models weren’t all sleek and pretty as they are now: th...
  • Lenovo IdeaCentre C300

    While it’s not quite the baby of the Lenovo all-in-one range, the C300 is definitely the one we`d be most comfortable with recommending. To be fair, it is a budget solution, but the lower-end C100 (not reviewed) is perhaps a bit too compromised in the ...
  • Acer EZ1600

    For an affordable home PC in a smaller form factor, the Acer eMachine EZ1600 all-in-one desktop is a sound option. It`s basically a netbook in slim desktop design, called a nettop, and is not as powerful as a fully fledged desktop PC. It uses the same p...

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