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Lenovo in talks to buy Packard Bell

Lenovo Group, the world’s third-largest personal computer maker, said it is in discussions to buy Packard Bell, one of the biggest players in the European computer industry.

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Nokia Siemens Network gets new head

Nokia Siemens Network has announced that Linda Khumalo will be replacing Dr. Jan Mrosik as the head of its Southern Africa Sub Region.

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New iMac in SA in a few weeks

Apple’s new iMac range – which is more powerful, cheaper and slicker than previous versions – will be available in South Africa in 4 to 5 weeks.

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Nintendo launches Wii System 3 update

Nintendo has launched the Wii System 3 update to Wii consoles around the globe, promising enhancements to the Wii menu, message boards and shopping channel.

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Africa to have its own satellite in orbit soon

The West Africa Development Bank (BOAD), is to partner with RASCOM, Africa’s Regional Organisation of Satellite Communication to launch Africa’s first satellite in orbit to give coverage to the whole continent.

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No free MTN SMSs

A recent MTN marketing campaign promised consumers 100 free SMSs. There is only one catch – you can’t get it.

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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

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

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 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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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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