September 29, 2016
by Bernadette Magcawas
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South Africa’s Fight Against Internet Censorship Bill

MyGaming has written about the submission made by gamers on the proposed Censorship Bill. The Bill will influence for all intents and purposes all online media in South Africa, from excepting Steam dispersion to putting you on an administration watch … Continue reading

November 18, 2014
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Hotel Wi-Fi Networks Targeted By Hackers

Hackers have created a plan to take receptive data from top officials by infiltrating the Wi-Fi systems of luxury hotels. A report by Kaspersky Lab said the “Darkhotel” reconnaissance exertion “has sneaked in the shadows for no less than four … Continue reading

August 5, 2014
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Smart Phones Killing Some Tech Products in South Africa

South African retailers are adjusting their instore offering to suit the growth in tech – here are the mainstream, and not all that well known items. The fast headway of engineering has brought about quickly changing buyer tastes. In response … Continue reading

July 15, 2014
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Is iPhone a Danger to National Security?

Chinese state media has marked Apple’s iPhone a danger to national security. Chinese state media on Friday, 11 July 2014, marked Apple’s iPhone a danger to national security as a result of the cell phone’s capacity to track and time-stamp … Continue reading

December 5, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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SARB: “South Africa is still an Excellent Investment”

Investing in growing marketplaces like South Africa was still a great financial commitment despite the international economical predicament, deputy governor of the SA Reserve Bank, Daniel Mminele, Daniel Mminele, said on Wednesday. “Emerging marketplaces appear to be modifying both cyclically … Continue reading

November 21, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Google brings super-fast fibre to Africa

Google has declared Project Weblink, an effort to link more individuals in Kampala, Uganda to the Web through a super-fast, high-capacity fibre system. The project, Google said, will enable regional mobile providers or Internet service providers (ISPs) to link more … Continue reading

August 29, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Building Your Own Mobile Network

Left out by telecoms companies like the one owned by millionaire Carlos Thin, a distant Mexican hill city now operates its own cell telephone system to connect with the outside world. Tucked away in a lavish woodlands in the the … Continue reading

August 27, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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R470-million set for E-toll Account Communication

R473.2-million will be invested only on interaction with E-toll members and transgressors, the Democratic Alliance (DA) said in a declaration released (26 Aug 2013). This result comes from a research of the agreement between the South African National Roads Agency … Continue reading