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Google TV

By Hanleigh Daniels 18 March 2010

The New York Times reported that Google, Sony, Intel and Logitech are joining forces to bring Google TV into your home, so that you can be on the net at work, on your home PC or notebook, mobile phone and now on your TV as well. FULL STORY >

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Google buys DocVerse

By Hanleigh Daniels 9 March 2010

Google buys DocVerse, an online collaboration plugin tool for Microsoft Office, possibly to lure some of Microsofts Office users into using their cloud based Docs service. FULL STORY >

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Android NDK 3

By Hanleigh Daniels 9 March 2010

The latest version of the Android native development kit, a companion toolkit for the Android software development kit, is now available to Android app developers. FULL STORY >

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First Android app from Microsoft

By Hanleigh Daniels 4 March 2010

Microsoft has released its first Android app, Microsoft Tag, and now has apps out for most of its rival mobile OS platforms. FULL STORY >

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New Google Chrome beta version

By Hanleigh Daniels 2 March 2010

Google's attitude towards security has intensified in the aftermath of the recent hacking attacks, with the new Chrome browser beta benefiting. FULL STORY >

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EU Commission to probe Google

By Hanleigh Daniels 24 February 2010

The European Commission has instigated a preliminary probe into Google, to investigate if the search giant has been abusing its dominant position within the industry. FULL STORY >

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Google hacking attacks update

By Hanleigh Daniels 22 February 2010

A hacker responsible for the attacks in China on a number of US companies, including Google, may soon be exposed. FULL STORY >

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News roundup- lower Telkom calls to mobiles

By Hanleigh Daniels 19 February 2010

This week Sony Ericsson dropped a bomb by stating they were approached first by Google to make the Nexus One and Telkom saving you some money on call charges to mobile phones via your landline starting next month. FULL STORY >

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Google Buzz

By Hanleigh Daniels 10 February 2010

Google has launched a new social networking service, Google Buzz, for Gmail users that will be made available within the next couple of days. FULL STORY >

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News roundup - Nokia on top

By Staff Writer 5 February 2010

This week's tech news roundup touches on Google's strange new bedfellow, Amazon's investment in the future of the Kindle and Nokia's new OVI Maps racing game. FULL STORY >

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Google Chrome OS tablet UI

By Thomas McKinnon 3 February 2010

Days before the iPad was launched Google quietly released images and video on a concept Chrome OS UI for tablet PCs. Could a Gpad be on the way? FULL STORY >

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IE6 no longer no. 1

By Staff Writer 2 February 2010

IE8 surpassed IE6 as the world's most used browser in January 2010. Is this the beginning of the end for IE6 FULL STORY >

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Google Chrome reward programme

By Hanleigh Daniels 2 February 2010

Google is offering financial incentives for people who find and report vulnerabilities and security flaws in their Chrome web browser. FULL STORY >

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Google in China

By Mike Joubert 2 February 2010

Google have said that they will radically change their China policy after a "highly sophisticated and targeted attack", originated from the country in December 2009, resulting in intellectual property being stolen and human rights activists' accounts being hacked. FULL STORY >

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Google suffers sophisticated Chinese hacking attack

By Staff Writer 13 January 2010

Search giant Google to stop censoring Chinese search results after a hacking attack resulted in stolen intellectual property and human rights activists' accounts being hacked. FULL STORY >

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