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EVOKE- the interview

By Mike Joubert 4 March 2010

TechSmart talks to EVOKE games director Jane McGonigal, about this social networking game with high aspirations. FULL STORY >

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Evoke social networking game ready to start

By Thomas McKinnon 2 March 2010

Gaming to help solve Africa's social problems is at the top of Evoke's priority list. But does gaming for humanity appeal to you? FULL STORY >

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Symantec security info site

By Hanleigh Daniels 11 February 2010

Symantec has launched a new site that provides you with info and strategies to protect yourself from being a victim of cybercrime while scouring the web for news and info on the 2010 Soccer World Cup. FULL STORY >

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Google Trike poll winners announced

By Hanleigh Daniels 24 November 2009

Google asked South Africa which three tourist attractions we most wanted the Street View Trikes to photograph. The poll results are in, with few surprises. FULL STORY >

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Google Trikes launched in SA

By Hanleigh Daniels 11 November 2009

Google want you to vote for your favourite SA spots to add to Google Maps SA\'s Street View. Google plans to capture images of secluded location via their Trikes. FULL STORY >

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Cap free gaming

By Staff Writer 10 November 2009

Web Africa announced today that it will launch a free gaming service, WAGE, for customers on December 10, 2009. FULL STORY >

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Time to Tighten Tech Spending

By Andrew Gould 1 April 2009

TechSmart spoke to Arthur Goldstuck who heads up the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) research group, World Wide Worx. He is one of South Africa‘«÷s foremost commentators on the ICT sector, and we decided to get his take on how the world-wide... FULL STORY >

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