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Chris Chameleon

By Andrew Gould 13 May 2009

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From monki punk via Boo! to Klassieke Chameleon, Chris Chameleon has traversed a diverse musical spectrum. TechSmart cornered him before he heads off on his European tour. FULL STORY >


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Intelligent Society

By Thomas McKinnon 13 May 2009

Last year a number of companies such as Microsoft, Cisco Systems and IBM recognized the fact that it is not enough to live in a world that is just instrumented and interconnected. IBM???s chief executive, Samuel J. Palmisano, put all the pieces together in a speech... FULL STORY >

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Samsung announce Android smartphone

By Thomas McKinnon 12 May 2009

Samsung unveiled its first Android-powered smartphone this month, the I7500. FULL STORY >

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SA gets own Twitter

By Mike Joubert 12 May 2009

There are South African alternatives popping up for a lot of the international Web 2.0 services out there. Think Muti vs Reddit, Zoopy vs YouTube and Afrigator vs Technorati. The latest is GatorPeeps. FULL STORY >

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Fireworms Advertise

By Linda Pretorius 12 May 2009

An eerie green glow that has baffled sailors for ages is almost like a neon sea-based billboard selling sex for fireworms. FULL STORY >

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HD Video on DSLRs

By Mike Joubert 12 May 2009

With the ?ǣmore megapixels??? spat all but over, the latest punch up concerning digital cameras is now about HD video shooting capabilities. FULL STORY >

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Neural connections

By Linda Pretorius 8 May 2009

Scientists say in an April issue of the journal Science, that large amounts of proteins clog up the neural connections in sleep-deprived brains. FULL STORY >

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Brett Simpson

By Thomas McKinnon 7 May 2009

We love free stuff, and if it is free software we can get without downloading it from the Internet even the better. The Freedom Toaster kiosks do just that ??? give you useful free software and content. We talk to Brett Simpson, MD of Breadbin ??Interactive, the ??distributors of... FULL STORY >

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Seth Rotherham of 2oceansvibe

By Mike Joubert 7 May 2009

Seth Rotherham???s blog 2oceansvibe strutted away with six awards at this year???s SA Blog Awards, held last month in Cape Town. TechSmart caught up with him to catch some tips on blogging, his favourite blogs and making money. FULL STORY >

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The Sound of Twitter

By Mike Joubert 7 May 2009

Getting started with Twitter is easy as pie (point your browser to twitter.com and sign up), but as you get into it you might want to start doing more. Twitter Tips, Tricks and Tweets will help you get the tweeting like a pro. FULL STORY >

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How to Make an Infrared Camera

By Andrew Gould 7 May 2009

The only way to see IR light (with its wavelength of 750 nm to about 100 ?m), is with an IR camera. Now you could go out and buy one, but you probably cant afford one, and then Id have nothing to write about. The alternative is to make your own. What we... FULL STORY >

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