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Mission to Mars

Mission to Mars

After a successful launch on Saturday the Phoenix spacecraft has separated from the Delta II rocket and ground controllers at NASA’s Deep Space Network have acquired its signal and begun assessing its health.

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Zimbabwe passes eavesdropping law

Zimbabwe passes eavesdropping law

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has signed into law a bill allowing the state to eavesdrop on private phone conversations and monitor faxes and e-mails.

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Scratchy Cyber-Shot cameras recalled

Scratchy Cyber-Shot cameras recalled

Japanese electronics giant Sony said on Thursday it would recall 350,000 Cyber-Shot digital cameras worldwide because the metal coating could peel off and scratch the user’s hand.

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Under-fire YouTube boosts presence in Japan

Under-fire YouTube boosts presence in Japan

YouTube has entered a series of commercial partnerships in Japan, where the popular video-sharing website is trying to overcome fierce criticism over copyright protection

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Not thinking clearly

Not thinking clearly

I’VE LONG BEEN a huge fan of the IBM Thinkpad family of notebook computers. So I was quite excited to get my hands on the Thinkpad T60 to review.

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Going great guns

Going great guns

AFRICAN Satellite Connectivity provider Gateway Communications seems to be expanding at almost breakneck speed and becoming a force to be reckoned with in both the connectivity and the pay television space on the continent.

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US cracks down on devices that let users play pirated video games

US cracks down on devices that let users play pirated video games

US Customs authorities has launched a sweeping crackdown on the sale and distribution of modification chips and electronic devices that lets users play pirated video games

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Jammy jobs

Jammy jobs

Maanda Manyatshe is suing the Post Office for R269m plus legal fees which could add millions more

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No longer double Dutch

No longer double Dutch

Dwayne Bailey is director of the Translate.org.za project, a NGO whose work involves translating popular free software applications into indigenous SA languages

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Online sharing videos, music can attract hackers

Online sharing videos, music can attract hackers

Online sharing of videos and music gives hackers dangerous new avenues for attacking computers

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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.