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Celebrities share their iGoogle

By Thomas McKinnon 4 June 2009


View and share your favourite celebrityÔÇÖs homepage with GoogleÔÇÖs new iGoogle Showcase. FULL STORY >


Windows Mobile strikes back

By Thomas McKinnon 29 July 2009

The HTC Touch Pro2, the Touch Diamond2 and the Snap were unveiled last night at a function held in Fourways, Johannesburg. The devices represent a high-end, mid-range and entry level WM smartphone offering respectively and are Microsoft???s answer to the Android... FULL STORY >


Govt has too much influence in communications

By Thomas McKinnon 28 July 2009

Internetix 09, the annual technology conference hosted by Internet Solutions, kicked off this morning at The Forum in Bryanston???s The Campus technology park. FULL STORY >


ICASA establish minimum service standards

By Thomas McKinnon 27 July 2009

ICASA???s End-User and Subscriber Service Charter Regulations 2009 has set high minimum customer service standards for mobile operators FULL STORY >


Seacom not only bandwidth but hope

By Mike Joubert 24 July 2009

It is difficult to convey the hope that yesterday???s switching on of the 17 000 km Seacom cable brings. FULL STORY >


24 overhaul blogs

By Thomas McKinnon 23 July 2009

The free ?Ç£make-your-own-blog service???, blogs, has been overhauled and renamed LetterDash. FULL STORY >


Android Market opening August

By Thomas McKinnon 23 July 2009

Leaf have announced that the Android Market will be available to South Africans in August 2009. FULL STORY >


256GB USB Flash Drive

By Thomas McKinnon 22 July 2009

Kingston has announced the availability of a new 256GB USB flash drive, but it???ll cost you R6655 excl. FULL STORY >


The Thirty Meter Telescope

By Thomas McKinnon 22 July 2009

Mauna Kea on Hawai\'i Island has been selected as the site for the world???s next biggest telescope. FULL STORY >


Think before you blame games

By Thomas McKinnon 21 July 2009

Violent video games may just be the latest in a string of moral panics throughout history. They may not make teenagers more violent suggests a study by FULL STORY >


iLabs for rural schools

By Thomas McKinnon 20 July 2009

A South African ICT company, Hawkstone iSolutions, is deploying its first iLabs to rural schools in Limpopo province. The iLabs are a total classroom solution for computer/ media centres and are sponsored through public-private sponsorships. FULL STORY >

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