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The Weekly Grenade

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Soon, iBurst will be launching a new iBTel service, which lets customers make unlimited international calls and faxes at a fixed rate.  Users will be able to make the calls and faxes on any standard telephone, and they will only need a broadband connection.  This service is priced at R999 for a once-off activation fee, and R699 thereafter per month.

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The Weekly Grenade

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Microsoft recently invested $300 million in Newco, Barnes and Noble’s company.  This deal will provide Windows 8 users internationally access to digital catalogues of e-books, magazines and newspapers.  The NOOK digital book store will be made available within Windows 8, later this year.

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The Weekly Grenade

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Time released their Time 100 Most Influential People last week, and as always, among them were technology icons.  Tim Cook, Apple’s chief executive and successor to Steve Jobs made it to the top 60, whilst Facebook Chief Operating Officer, Sheryl Sandberg got two spots above Tim.  The infamous Anonymous hacker group was voted to number 36, and IBM’s Virginia Rometty is number 60.  Salman Khan of khanacademy.org was voted as the world’s most influential person in technology, and other influencers in technology are Ben Rattray, Henrik Schärfe, Pete Cashmore, Marc Andreesen, Daniel Ek and Erik Martin.

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The Mobile Grenade

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on Wednesday, 18 April 2012
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This is a mobile special of The Weekly Grenade

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The Weekly Grenade

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South African Minister of Communications, Dina Pule announced that Sentech, the state-owned signal distributor responsible for rolling out the digital broadcasting network around the country, has covered 61% of the population.  She also announced that the country will switch to digital around September this year.  The digital migration will bring better picture and sound quality, as well as more channels.

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The Gaming Grenade

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on Tuesday, 10 April 2012
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The Weekly Grenade

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on Tuesday, 03 April 2012
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And in this weekend’s news... Get it?

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The Weekly Grenade

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on Tuesday, 27 March 2012
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