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Expect Windows 10 in SA on the same day as the US

Microsoft South Africa expects the next version of Windows to launch in SA and the States simultaneously

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Microsoft relooking Surface Pro, Xbox Music for SA

The lack of availability of the Surface Pro and many of Microsoft’s online services such as Xbox Music are being reviewed, the head of Microsoft SA said

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mtn fibre

MTN gearing up for big 1Gbps FTTH push?

MTN has been testing a pre-registration form for its fibre-to-the-home offering

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Netflix in SA

Netflix in South Africa: be careful what you wish for

All indications are that Netflix wants to launch in South Africa (and everywhere else), but would you really stop using the US version?

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Is using Netflix in SA piracy?

While legal experts have warned of the copyright implications of using Netflix in South Africa, many take exception to it being called “piracy”

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Massive WeChat growth in South Africa

… but can it hold onto its new users?

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Price hike for SA Internet domains

The ZA Central Registry has informed registrars about a price hike for .ZA domain registrations and renewals

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Netflix SA

MultiChoice mum on Netflix coming to SA

While other broadcasters and VOD providers have weighed in, MultiChoice has elected to remain silent on the news that Netflix has plans to expand to South Africa

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It’s official: Netflix is coming to South Africa

Netflix has confirmed that it will be coming to South Africa as part of its global expansion plans

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Internet

Over 1,000,000 domains registered in SA

More than a million Internet domain names have been registered with South Africa’s registry operator

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Jan Vermeulen

Jan Vermeulen is a technology journalist and web developer at MyBroadband. After receiving a Computer Engineering degree at the University of Pretoria he worked at SAAB’s Civil Security division as an engineer and developer. He then moved to MyBroadband to pursue a career that combined his interest in technology and his love of writing.

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