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Code of ethics for robots

Code of ethics for robots

South Korea, at the forefront of the drive to develop robots which can do anything from guarding the border to caring for the elderly, is now drawing up a code of ethics for them.

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Telkom deal worth R 255-Million

Telkom deal worth R 255-Million

Telkom’s deal with FIFA, concluded earlier this afternoon at SAFA house in Johannesburg, is a value-in-kind sponsorship to the amount of R 255-Million (US 36-Mil).

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Telkom to provide telecoms infrastructure for 2010 FIFA World Cup

Telkom to provide telecoms infrastructure for 2010 FIFA World Cup

Telkom will be providing the fixed-line telecommunications backbone for the 2010 World Cup.

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Cell C increases subscriber base by 27 percent

Cell C increases subscriber base by 27 percent

Cell C has grown its subscriber base to 3.4 Million active users and further increased its overall revenue by 18 percent.

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DataPro shares slide, execs stock up

DataPro shares slide, execs stock up

After a tremendous rally over the last year, DataPro stocks are shedding some of its gains. DataPro execs are using this opportunity to stock up.

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Anti-iBurst website launched

Anti-iBurst website launched

An anti-iBurst website, similar to the popular Hellkom – was launched recently. The founder speaks out and iBurst responds.

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Neotel to land SEACOM cable in South Africa

Neotel to land SEACOM cable in South Africa

To address the growing demand for international bandwidth in South Africa, Neotel has signed a Cable Development Agreement with SEACOM for landing a new, private-equity funded international cable in South Africa.

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MySpace weakness patched

MySpace weakness patched

Hackers could take control of users’ profiles and use them as springboards for more attacks or to infect users’ computers with viruses

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Hackers click locks open at conference in US

Hackers click locks open at conference in US

Hackers gathered in Las Vegas have shown ways to crack electronic key-card systems and deadbolt locks used at security-sensitive places including the White House and the Pentagon

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Eurocom launches quad-core notebook

Eurocom launches quad-core notebook

Eurocom has introduced the D900C Phantom-X Mobile Workstation powered by Intel’s line of Quad Core 95W and FSB1333 E6x50 line of Core 2 Duo desktop processors.

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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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