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Stephen Viljoen

By Mike Joubert 5 October 2009

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Local boy, Stephen Viljoen, is the chief operations officer of London based Slightly Mad Studios, the creators of EAs awesome backtobasics Need for Speed SHIFT. He sheds some light on the creation process. FULL STORY >


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rAge 2009 kicks off

By Thomas McKinnon 2 October 2009

South Africas biggest gaming expo, rAge, kicks off today, 2 October 2009. FULL STORY >

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Vodacom releases not your usual cellphone

By Mike Joubert 2 October 2009

Vodacom\'s latest release, the ZTE S302, doesn\'t feature GPS, 3G connectivity or Wi-Fi. There\'s no 3\" capacitive touch-screen, push-email or five megapixel camera to fawn over, and no, it doesn\'t sync with Outlook or iTunes. FULL STORY >

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First African m-novel

By Thomas McKinnon 1 October 2009

Africa\'s first mobile novel or m-novel, Kontax, was launched yesterday by the Shuttleworth Foundation. FULL STORY >

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MS Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000

By Thomas McKinnon 30 September 2009

The Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000 is Microsofts thinnest keyboard ever, as its just slightly thicker than the width of a AAA battery. FULL STORY >

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BlackBerry heart Mac

By Mike Joubert 30 September 2009

RIM\'s BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac will be available as a free download from www.blackberry.com/mac on Friday. FULL STORY >

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HTC Hero in SA

By Thomas McKinnon 29 September 2009

The HTC Hero will be available in South Africa from 7 October 2009. FULL STORY >

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Microsoft launch free antivirus app

By Thomas McKinnon 29 September 2009

Microsoft has announced that its free antivirus application, Security Essentials, will be made available for public download today. FULL STORY >

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Nokia supports Afrikaans music awards

By Thomas McKinnon 28 September 2009

Nokia is doing the whole local is lekker thing by sponsoring this year\'s Vonk Afrikaanse Musiektoekennings. FULL STORY >

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Open-source-based software for Africa

By Thomas McKinnon 25 September 2009

IBM announced that it has partnered with Canonical Ubuntu to provide emerging markets with open-source-based software for netbooks. FULL STORY >

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Push Gmail

By Thomas McKinnon 23 September 2009

The Google Mobile team announced in a blog post yesterday that push functionality is now available for Gmail users making use of Google Sync on the iPhone, iPod touch, or Windows Mobile handsets. FULL STORY >

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