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LG gears up to the G4

LG gears up to the G4

29 May 2015 by
| Filed in Mobile

LG Electronics (LG) has unveiled its new flagship device, the LG G4 smartphone, in South Africa. It will be in stores by mid-June.

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Vodacom wants Loftus to be 'Smart'

29 May 2015 by
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Vodacom wants Loftus to be 'Smart'

Vodacom has implemented a full-stadium WiFi solution at Loftus Versfeld that will allow users to easily connect to the Internet - despite the large crowds.

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My Passport gets new ticket

29 May 2015 by
| Filed in Serious Hardware
My Passport gets new ticket

Western Digital has announced a new line of My Passport portable hard drives that offer Mac and PC users storage capacities up to 3TB and include software for easy back-ups and personalisation.

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Why I won’t run another startup

28 May 2015 by
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Why I won’t run another startup

Lured by the lights of the startup industry, ARTHUR ATTWELL found himself as the product in someone else’s show. After closing his startup business, he made a few rules for himself.

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Many steps in storage decision

28 May 2015 by
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Many steps in storage decision

Both local and cloud based storage solutions have their advantages and disadvantages. It is for this reason that decision makers need to get down to the core of how these solutions operate before deciding what to invest in, writes ANAMIKA BUDREE.

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Linksys dual-band routers in SA

28 May 2015 by
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Linksys dual-band routers in SA

Linksys has announced two dual-band routers designed to give users faster and more reliable WiFi connectivity, especially when streaming high-definition video or playing games.

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Become a master of data

28 May 2015 by
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Become a master of data

The rapid technology advancements have allowed businesses to collect a wealth of data. But, this data is useless unless businesses understand it and are able to use it to create a clear path for the future.

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3,2-billion using the Internet

27 May 2015 by
| Filed in Web World
3,2-billion using the Internet

The latest figures released by the ITU show that global Internet penetration has increased almost seven-fold in the past 15 years.

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House of Wolves ready for download

27 May 2015 by
| Filed in Fun Software
House of Wolves ready for download

Megarom Interactive has announced that Destiny Expansion II: House of Wolves is available for download on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 computer entertainment systems, Xbox One and Xbox 360. 

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Dell rolls out classroom tools

27 May 2015 by
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Dell rolls out classroom tools

Dell has recently announced a range of new additions to its portfolio of education solutions, including the Dell Chromebook 11; Venue 10 and Venue 10 Pro 5000 Series tablets; Latitude 11 Education Series and the Dell Interactive Projector S510.

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IoT already shaping SA

27 May 2015 by
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IoT already shaping SA

The Internet of Things is already helping to shape South Africa, says RÉAN VAN NIEKERK, and its influence is set to increase dramatically in the next few years as the impact of new technologies is felt. 

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Top tips for tech women

27 May 2015 by
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Top tips for tech women

As a woman with more than 17 years of work experience in the tech industry, LYNETTE HUNDERMARK gives a few top tips to other women wanting to survive in the ever changing environment.

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BMW and Nissan in electrifying deal

26 May 2015 by
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BMW and Nissan in electrifying deal

BMW and Nissan South Africa have joined forces to advance electric vehicle (EV) and plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHEV) adoption.

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How Uber could disrupt Fedex

26 May 2015 by
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How Uber could disrupt Fedex

Fedex has dismissed the possibility of its business being disrupted by the likes of Uber. But, writes Richard Hui of WarrantyLife.com, he should think again.

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Rural Eastern Cape to get free Wi-Fi internet

25 May 2015 by
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Rural Eastern Cape to get free Wi-Fi internet

The rural Eastern Cape is about to get high speed Internet though a dedicated Wi-Fi connection, writes DUNCAN ALFREDS.

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Key to digital: Keeping promises

25 May 2015 by
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Key to digital: Keeping promises

Bringing the Internet and other digital services to your door is about a service quality and reliability. These are some of the core values that drive successful companies, and are used to differentiate one from the other, writes ARIF HUSSAIN.

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Payment via call centre gets easier

25 May 2015 by
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Payment via call centre gets easier

iVeri Payment Technologies has announced the release of DiVert, a new payment solution specifically developed for call centres.

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AR targets the enterprise

25 May 2015 by
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AR targets the enterprise

Enterprises in the Augmented Reality space have launched AREA, an non-profit organisation designed to accelerate AR adoption through the development and expansion of the ecosystem.

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Huawei drops ‘Ascend’ name

25 May 2015 by
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Huawei drops ‘Ascend’ name

As seen on the recently launched P8 device, Huawei has chosen to drop the “Ascend” name for all their devices.

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Connected cars = connected traffic jams

22 May 2015 by
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Connected cars = connected traffic jams

A recent study has shown that the amount of data connected cars transmit could cause jams in many mobile networks.

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ICT boosts education, but teachers hold back

21 May 2015 by
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ICT boosts education, but teachers hold back

According to a recent report, IT is key to improving education and boosting growth across Africa, but despite this, there is still a reluctance among teachers in many countries to embrace new technology enabled teaching methods.

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