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USA now the biggest spammer globally

By Tom Manners 15 July 2010

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Internet spam affects virtually all internet users, the latest list from Sophos names and shames the worst offenders. FULL STORY >


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The top 5 best selling mobile phones of all time

By Johan Keyter 15 July 2010

Today the buzz is all about iPhone's and droids, but we take a look at the most successful phones to date, and the findings might surprise you. FULL STORY >

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Kinect to support seated play

By Johan Keyter 15 July 2010

Good news for lazy gamers, Microsoft reveals that its motion based Kinect system will support seated play. FULL STORY >

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The app that teaches you how to build apps

By Johan Keyter 15 July 2010

Now you can download an app that will teach you how to create your very own. FULL STORY >

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SA dairy technology praised

By Johan Keyter 15 July 2010

A South African company, SurePure, gathers international praise for their revolutionary new pasteurisation processes. FULL STORY >

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Opera Mini 5.1 for Android released

By Hanleigh Daniels 14 July 2010

The latest Opera Mini browser for mobile phones is now available for Android powered smartphones as well. FULL STORY >

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RIM introduces new security app

By Hanleigh Daniels 14 July 2010

RIM has announced a new security app in beta phase for your BlackBerry smartphone that will allow you to perform certain security functions if you happen to loose your phone. FULL STORY >

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Amazon to expand South African operations

By Tom Manners 14 July 2010

Amazon to open customer Service Centre in Cape Town later this year. FULL STORY >

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Video games may reduce stress

By Tom Manners 14 July 2010

A recent study indicates that video games may reduce stress and aggressive behaviour. FULL STORY >

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YouTube unavailable

By Tom Manners 14 July 2010

Google owned video hosting website YouTube crashed this morning due to an unkown error FULL STORY >

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Poor vision may degrade your 3D TV experience

By Tom Manners 14 July 2010

Organisation reveals that people with poor binocular vision will not be able to enjoy 3D TV. FULL STORY >

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