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Video streaming creation tablet

DStv vs Node vs Vidi: SA on-demand video shootout

How do South Africa’s video-on-demand offerings compare to one another (and iTunes and Netflix)?

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Altech Node press shot — front

Altech Node hands-on

Here’s what you can expect from Altech’s foray into on-demand video

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Altech Node logo

Altech Node: video-on-demand without broadband for R299 per month

Altech has unveiled a satellite-based subscription video-on-demand service and home automation system for R299 per month

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Apple iPhone 6

What you can get instead of an R18,000 iPhone 6 Plus pre-order

Thinking of pre-ordering an iPhone 6 before its official launch in SA? First consider what you could get for that money

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Video streaming creation tablet

DStv vs Vidi: let’s get the facts straight

The IDC recently issued a press release on the launch of South Africa’s first subscription streaming video service, but got a few details wrong

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Cell C

Cell C hikes contract setup fees by 71%

Cell C has increased its SIM & connection fee for contract customers by 71%

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Secret NSA online spying node in South Africa: report

A newly released document from Edward Snowden’s archive indicates that the NSA has made its way into at least one South African data centre

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Home theatre video on demand download piracy

MultiChoice not blocking Netflix, video streaming in SA

Comments from Times Media Group have confirmed earlier statements from MultiChoice that it is not preventing the launch of competing online video services in South Africa

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Free Netflix, Hulu unblocking in SA on Axxess DSL

We go hands-on with the new Axxess DNS Suite’s beta feature “Global Axxess”

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Vidi hands-on: SA’s R149 per month streaming service

We take South Africa’s first subscription video service for a spin

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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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