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Nashua: Unexpected cost cutting opportunities for your business

By Press Release 14 April 2016

Business owners are constantly under pressure to reduce costs. But the things that are losing your business money might not be what you expect. Here are practical tips on how to identify areas where small changes could bring about... FULL STORY >

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Nashua: Print rooms harness technology to boost production amidst cut-backs

By Press Release 24 March 2016

Amidst the current economic downturn, many print rooms simply don’t have the resources or time previously available to them to complete jobs efficiently. They’re looking to technology to boost their productivity,... FULL STORY >

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Panasonic delivers a home surveillance and baby monitoring solution for South Africa

By Staff Writer 11 March 2016

Panasonic announces its soon-to-be-released Baby Monitoring and Home Surveillance kits, aiming to answer the safety and security needs of consumers and expanding the delivery of its Home Network System in South... FULL STORY >

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SpaceX posts video of new Dragon parachutes in action

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 28 January 2016

Designed to bring its Dragon spacecraft safely back to Earth after reentry, SpaceX has posted a video testing out its suitably named Daron parachutes. FULL STORY >

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New Year – New Innovations: EMC introducing ECS 2.2

By Staff Writer 28 January 2016

EMC Corporation has announced the availability of the newest version of ECS (EMC Elastic Cloud Storage), v2.2. With the industry’s most complete suite of software-defined storage (SDS) solutions, EMC is firmly committed to helping... FULL STORY >

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Watch astronaut play water ping pong in celebration of 300 days in space

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 22 January 2016

To celebrate 300 consecutive days on the International Space Station, astronaut Scott Kelly debuts a RED 4K video of him playing ping pong with water. FULL STORY >

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NASA says the next SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will attempt to land on solid ground

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 2 December 2015

In previous attempts with its Falcon 9 rocket, SpaceX has conducted tests at sea. Now NASA is saying the next test will be conducted on solid ground. FULL STORY >

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NASA attempting to grow flowers on the ISS for first time

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 20 November 2015

After successfully growing lettuce in the microgravity environment of the International Space Station, NASA is attempting to grow flowers on the space vessel for the first time ever. FULL STORY >

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NASA unveils RED 4K video of liquids in zero gravity

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 15 October 2015

Want to see what happens to liquids when inside the zero gravity conditions of the International Space Station? Well, NASA just released a 4K UHD video that does just that. FULL STORY >

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Linksys ships first dual-band high-gain antennas for home Wi-Fi networks

By Staff Writer 17 September 2015

Linksys announced the first dual-band, omni-directional high-gain antennas for the consumer market. FULL STORY >

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NASA's New Horizons data downlink to take one year

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 7 September 2015

Seven weeks after NASA's New Horizons probe passed Pluto and its moons, the job of downloading "tens of gigabits" of data begins, which will take almost one year to complete. FULL STORY >

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Broadlink provide connectivity to 2 500 learners in Orange Farm and Lenasia

By Staff Writer 31 August 2015

Mpheti Mahlatsi Secondary School in Orange Farm and Southview High School in Lenasia are each the recipients of 5Mbps Uncapped WDSL (Wireless DSL) connectivity service for the next 18 months courtesy of Broadlink. FULL STORY >

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ShowMax officially launches its new on-demand streaming service in South Africa

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 20 August 2015

Now officially available in SA, ShowMax is an on-demand entertainment streaming service that has binge-watchers in mind, with monthly subscriptions set to R99/pm. FULL STORY >

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App security: Naivety can no longer be an excuse

By Staff Writer 7 August 2015

The security war will never be won until all stakeholders – developers, service providers, consumers and everyone else in the value chain – start collaborating, sharing information and having open discussions about the threat landscape. FULL STORY >

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NASA-funded study says humans could build base on Moon in 10 years

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 21 July 2015

Following the 46th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission, a new NASA-funded study claims that humans can build a Moon-base within a decade. FULL STORY >

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