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Search engine revs up to look for billions of names

Search engine revs up to look for billions of names

A US web firm is preparing to launch an ambitious Internet search engine that it hopes will eventually track down the names of the world’s six billion people.

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Neotel not hamstrung by InfraCo problems

Neotel not hamstrung by InfraCo problems

Lately InfraCo has been dogged by political and legislative wrangling, but Neotel says that it will not hamper their progress.

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Internet gambling regulations coming

Internet gambling regulations coming

Legislation paving the way for regulating interactive gambling, such as on the internet, has been tabled in the National Assembly.

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Cell C improves, but still no net profit

Cell C improves, but still no net profit

CELL C has made an operating profit of R53m in its most recent trading quarter, showing that efforts to turn the company around after six years in business are beginning to pay off.

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Neotel goes private for cheap bandwidth

Neotel goes private for cheap bandwidth

NEW operator Neotel is promising to shake up SA’s moribund telecoms market by introducing cheap high-speed international bandwidth as a key partner in a privately funded undersea cable.

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Impressive figures give Cell C results a rosy hue

Impressive figures give Cell C results a rosy hue

CELL C has had a torrid time recently, with articles proclaiming it is in financial meltdown.

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Apple releases iTunes 7.3.2

Apple releases iTunes 7.3.2

Apple has released an update for its iTunes jukebox software.

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Microsoft relieved of $1.5bn payout in online music suit

Microsoft relieved of $1.5bn payout in online music suit

A US judge ruled on Monday that Microsoft doesn’t have to pay Alcatel-Lucent $1.5 billion, overturning a jury verdict that promised to shake up the digital music industry.

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Democratisation process will bring wireless e-mail to the masses

Democratisation process will bring wireless e-mail to the masses

Once the preserve of the business elite, wireless e-mail is undergoing a democratisation process, which will bring it to the masses, says Gartner.

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Absa provides free anti-virus software for WAP cellphone bankers

Absa provides free anti-virus software for WAP cellphone bankers

Absa is to offer its clients free WAP Cellphone Banking anti-virus software. The software aims to help to protect clients from security attacks when using mobile phones for banking.

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Rudolph Muller

Rudolph Muller is the editor at MyBroadband and covers telecoms and broadband news. Rudolph comes from an academic background, but left the University of Johannesburg in 2007 to run MyBroadband full time.

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