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James Carroll on filming Night Drive

By Mike Joubert 1 December 2009

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Night Drive is a locally produced horror movie, starring amongst others Chris Beasley from Isidingo. What makes the movie interesting is that it was shot entirely on dSLR cameras using onboard HD video functionality. We spoke to the films producer James Carroll about how this differed from shooting on regular video cameras. FULL STORY >


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Brett Loubser on Android

By Thomas McKinnon 4 December 2009

Brett is a self confessed technology nut who has been involved in the telecoms industry in South Africa for 13 years. He has performed a variety of roles in the cellular environment, working both on the operator and device side. He is currently a product and technical... FULL STORY >

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Jesse Clegg

By Hanleigh Daniels 2 December 2009

Since his debut single, Today, reached the top of the charts, Jesse Clegg has been a busy man. He was nominated for two SAMA awards and performed at the Mandela Day concert in New York City. We caught up with him to talk tech. FULL STORY >

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The Parlotones

By Mike Joubert 2 November 2009

The Parlotones\' latest album, Stardust Galaxies, received an exclusive first release on Sony Ericsson phones, there\'s even an exclusive \"Parlotones Edition\" Sony Ericsson W995. TechSmart caught up with lead singer Kahn Morbee in the middle of their European tour. FULL STORY >

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Matthew Buckland

By Thomas McKinnon 30 October 2009

Considered one of SA\'s foremost thinkers on the Internet, Matthew Buckland currently heads up 20FourLabs. We chatted to him about his thoughts on the future of newspapers, privacy and the Net. FULL STORY >

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Zebra and Giraffe

By Mike Joubert 6 October 2009

Since its release last year, Collected Memories, the debut album from Zebra & Giraffe, has produced five hit singles. Greg Carlin, the driving force behind the band, speaks to us about his love for Napster, spam on MySpace, and he gives his prediction for vinyl. FULL STORY >

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Stephen Viljoen

By Mike Joubert 5 October 2009

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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Rowan Polovin

By Mike Joubert 21 September 2009

Premium mobile video with no DRM attached - infinit.mobi looks to be taking the road less travelled. We chat to Rowan Polovin, founder and CEO of Cape Town based mobile web company MEDIAS, about his latest venture and their unconventional strategy. FULL STORY >

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Top Tech Tweeter - Aki Anastasiou

By Mike Joubert 8 September 2009

If there is one guy to follow on Twitter to keep you up to date with tech its Aki Anastasiou. Resident trafficologist and presenter of Technobyte on 702, Aki has embraced social media and ran with it. TechSmart eventually managed to catch up with him. FULL STORY >

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Riaan Manser

By Mike Joubert 8 September 2009

Riaan Manser rose to fame when he trekked around Africa on a bike, and his latest adventure in Madagascar proved just as challenging. He talks to us about finding your way in a storm, grannies in Simons Town and manual tooth extraction. FULL STORY >

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The Robos are coming

By Mike Joubert 3 August 2009

Robonica specialises in entertainment robotics, and is in the process of launching the world???s first entertainment robotics product range in September in South Africa and the USA. FULL STORY >

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