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Q&A, Kalvin Subbadu, WD Components, The increasing need for larger hard drive capacities in the NAS market

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 9 June 2015

As storing digital content becomes an everyday concern, we chat to Kalvin Subbadu of WD Components, on the increasing need for larger hard drives in the Network Attached Storage market. FULL STORY >

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Why your Password is a fail

By Staff Writer 2 June 2015

The IT security industry has been warning about the fallibility of passwords for years, yet the situation hasn’t changed. FULL STORY >

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Betting the farm on untested tech

By Staff Writer 5 May 2015

While a plethora of new payment solutions are coming to market, businesses should be cautious about moving to new solutions just for the sake of it. FULL STORY >

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Panasonic renews its focus on South Africa

By Ryan Noik 21 April 2015

Japanese company, Panasonic is finished with waiting in the wings, as the company announced yesterday that it will be making a concerted push and re-investment into the local market. FULL STORY >

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Nashua gives Voice to VoIP service

By Staff Writer 17 April 2015

Following Vodacom’s Voice over LTE announcement last week, Nashua is now introducing a low cost IP-based telephony service. FULL STORY >

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Escalating attacks: POPI regulator could help

By Staff Writer 30 March 2015

Fast tracking the appointment of the POPI Information Regulator could help increase disclosure and dialogue around cyber security, says Fortinet. FULL STORY >

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Mars Rover crosses marathon mark

By Staff Writer 25 March 2015

It might have taken over 11 years, but Nasa’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity is finally celebrating completing a modern marathon on Mars. FULL STORY >

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Mission possible: The Dawn Mission

By Linda Pretorius 16 March 2015

As the Dawn probe cruises into orbit around Ceres early this month, we stand amazed at the feats of another long-term space mission. Here’s what the hype is about. FULL STORY >

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Geek News Highlights - The Bumper Geek Edition

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 18 February 2015

This week's Highlights is full to the gills with all manner of Geeky goodness. Cryptic concept art for X-Men: Apocalypse debuts, NASA captures interstellar soundscapes and more death comes to Game of Thrones. FULL STORY >

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Photokina 2014: Photography on fire

By Ryan Noik 2 October 2014

For all the photography geeks and pixel peepers out there, this year’s Photokina in Cologne was a bumper one. While some announcements were expected, others came from left field. Here are the hottest cameras to fuel your Gear Acquisition Syndrome. FULL STORY >

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Advanced Persistent Attacks and how to deal with them

By Ryan Noik 16 September 2014

Fortinet’s Jonas Thulin speaks to TechSmart Business about why Advanced Persistent Threat attacks are not your ordinary intrusions and how enterprises can cope. FULL STORY >

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Geek News Highlights - The Return on Investment Edition

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 27 August 2014

This week's Geek News Highlights proves that good things come to those who wait, with an original issue of Action Comics #1 from 1938 selling for $3.2 million, Humble Bundle offering up more exclusives and NASA discovering water clouds on... FULL STORY >

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Geek News Highlights - The Dumb, the Smart and the Stylish Edition

By Staff Writer 12 June 2014

This week's Geek News has something for everybody with details on the new Dumb and Dumber To film, Noir-filled trailer for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For and Nike Football's animated video for the 2014 Fifa World Cup. FULL STORY >

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Geek News Highlights - Summer Blockbuster Edition

By Staff Writer 22 May 2014

This week's Geek News focuses on all the big budget blockbusters set to hit screens in the comings months including Transformers: Age of Extinction, Guardians of the Galaxy, as well as the official title and logo of Zack Snyder's Batman vs.... FULL STORY >

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NASA greenlights crowdsourced Z-2 Spacesuit design

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 5 May 2014

NASA recently got the public to vote on a series of futuristic spacesuit designs. After the tally, the glow-in-the-dark Z-2 ranked first and is now entering development. FULL STORY >

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