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Micro Drone 2.0

Micro Drone 2.0 with camera kit for R1,400 in SA

Extreme Fliers has launched it small, modular drone to the South African market at rAge

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Insane Samsung sale

Insane Samsung deals and other tech specials

This weekend there are many promotions on tech products, including gaming monitors, TVs, tablets and more

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Tesla D

Tesla unveils autopilot, all-wheel drive Model S

Tesla Motors Inc on Thursday took its first step toward automated driving, unveiling features that will allow its electric sedan to park itself and sense dangerous situations.

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Apple iPhone 6

Apple’s sapphire glass future in question

GT Advanced Technologies Inc on Thursday revealed it intends to wind down sapphire production, cutting short its once-promising bid to supply the scratch-resistant material for Apple Inc’s iPhones and other mobile devices.

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Vodacom Smart Tab 3G

New Vodacom Smart Tab 3G launched

Vodacom has launched its new Smart Tab 3G tablet at a prepaid price of below R1,000

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iPad Air

New iPads delayed until 2015: WSJ

Apple Inc suppliers have delayed the production of a larger iPad to early next year, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter

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Ping-Pong Companion

Ping-Pong playing robots and more at CEATEC

A smartphone-controlled dinosaur, synchronized cheerleaders and a ping pong-playing spider are some of the robot technology showcased at the CEATEC Japan electronics exhibition

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The Future is now

Future tech shown off in Tokyo

Glasses that tell you how to get home, adverts that know where you are looking and a T-shirt that knows how fast your heart is beating were on display at a huge tech gathering in Japan Tuesday

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Nokia 1280

Most popular cheap phones in South Africa

Many South Africans are still using low-cost cellphones for their communication needs – here are the most popular entry-level phones in the country

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A staff member of Nihonbinary points to their 3D printer MakerBot Replicator 2 printing a Polylactic acid bracelet as he demonstrates the printer during the International Robot Exhibition 2013 in Tokyo November 8, 2013. Japanese entrepreneurs are building businesses based on 3D printing, showing the sort of pioneering spirit Prime Minister Shinzo Abe hopes can revitalise a calcified economy. Whether these entrepreneurs can lay the foundations for a new era in Japanese products though may depend on whether Abe can tear down barriers in a wider business culture that shuns risk and supports the status quo. Picture taken November 8, 2013. To match Feature JAPAN-ECONOMY/3DPRINTER   REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)

3D printing a hit soon

3D printing will reach a tipping point over the next three years as the market for relatively low-cost 3D printing devices continues to grow rapidly

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