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South African online retail to pass 1% of total retail in 2016

For the first time in South Africa, online retail will reach 1% of overall retail during 2016.

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HP unveils world’s thinnest laptop – HP Spectre

HP has revealed its latest laptop – the Spectre 13.3.

Vivaldi

Vivaldi – a new web browser for demanding users

The co-founder of Opera has launched the first stable version of Vivaldi, a new web browser.

Takealot unboxed deals

Takealot relaunches Unboxed Deals

Takealot has relaunched its Unboxed Deals offering, following the suspension of the deals in March.

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Google Calendar on the web gets reminders

Google is bringing Reminders in Google Calendar to the web, letting users keep track of their events.

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Nvidia Drive PX 2 to power robotic racing cars

Nvidia’s Drive PX 2 AI supercomputer will be used in cars that will compete in the world’s first robotic motor sports competition.

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Play PlayStation 4 games on your PC or Mac

Sony has released System Software Update 3.5 for the PlayStation 4, which brings multiple new features to the gaming console.

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WhatsApp rolls out end-to-end encryption for messages, calling

The Signal Protocol from Open Whisper Systems has been extended across all platforms supported by WhatsApp.

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2016 IT salaries in South Africa – how much people really earn

CareerJunction’s 2016 Salary Review provides an overview of IT salaries in South Africa, based on current salary offerings.

e-tv

E.tv wants to can prime-time news show

E.tv has submitted an application for the amendment of its individual broadcasting licence to ICASA.

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Staff Writer

MyBroadband’s Staff Writer is directly plugged into the South African Internet backbone, and spits out press releases and other news as he receives it. He is believed to be close friends with The Stig and The Architect of The Matrix.

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