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Obama says yes MXit can

By Mike Joubert 8 July 2009

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President Obama to use SA based MXit to talk to African youth FULL STORY >


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Sony pick Chrome

By Thomas McKinnon 2 September 2009

Sony announced yesterday that its VAIO-branded computers sold in the US will have Google Chrome preinstalled. FULL STORY >

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Canon EOS 7D unveiled

By Thomas McKinnon 2 September 2009

Canon announced the availability of its new EOS 7D digital SLR camera yesterday. FULL STORY >

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Google Maps Street View coming to SA

By Thomas McKinnon 1 September 2009

Google announced today that it has started imagery collection in South Africa for the Street View feature in Google Maps. FULL STORY >

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Dropping eves on Skype calls

By Thomas McKinnon 31 August 2009

A Swiss programmer has released source code for a trojan that records Skype calls. FULL STORY >

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Nokia announces Comes with Music

By Mike Joubert 28 August 2009

How does free music for a year sound? Nokia\'s Comes with Music has you covered then. FULL STORY >

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Xbox 360 Elite price cut

By Thomas McKinnon 28 August 2009

Microsoft???s Xbox 360 Elite is getting a price cut of R1500 from today, now retailing at a recommended R3399. FULL STORY >

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Radiant launches electricity usage monitor

By Mike Joubert 27 August 2009

With Radiant\\\'s Owl you???re able to monitor your home???s electricity usage on the spot. FULL STORY >

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Nokia Money

By Thomas McKinnon 26 August 2009

Nokia announced the launch of Nokia Money today, its financial services offering which allows mobile users to make payments and manage their finances via their handsets. FULL STORY >

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Microsoft OneApp debuts in SA

By Thomas McKinnon 25 August 2009

Designed for emerging markets, Microsoft\\\'s OneApp appears on a cellphone as a single application that allows users to easily access all of their mobile apps while more efficiently using network data. FULL STORY >

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Sparks to kindling

By Thomas McKinnon 24 August 2009

According to a recent research paper on the commercialisation of ?ǣelectronic ink??? the global market for e-book readers will top $2.5 billion by 2013. FULL STORY >

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