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Free WiFi spot

More free Wi-Fi for Cape Town

Orange says it is planning the imminent launch of its new Orange Wi-Fi service in South Africa, in partnership with the City of Cape Town

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Radiation Brain Cellphone

Wi-Fi, cellular radiation fears lead to divorce: report

A Cape Town businessman is divorcing his wife because of her massive fear of Wi-Fi and cellular radiation

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Wi-Fi power glowing in the palm of your hand

How much free Wi-Fi is enough?

Access to free Wi-Fi is non-negotiable for travellers these days, but hoteliers constantly grapple with the question of how much is enough

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Spectrum

IMT roadmap: ICASA shows it can do the job

Within two days of the closing date for submissions commenting on the draft IMT roadmap, ICASA issued the schedule of public hearings

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Samsung logo movie reel

Samsung hits 7.5Gbps with 5G tech

Samsung has achieved a 7.5Gbps speed record and a first-ever, uninterrupted, 1.2Gbps 5G connection while travelling at 100km/h

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A Google logo is seen at the garage where the company was founded on Google's 15th anniversary in Menlo Park, California

Google tests new high-speed wireless connections

Google Inc is preparing to test new technology that may provide the foundation for a wireless version of its high-speed “Fiber” Internet service

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Telkom LTE Advanced

Telkom 4G launch set for 2014

Telkom has announced that it will commercially launch LTE Advanced from December 2014

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Wi-Fi power glowing in the palm of your hand

Free Wi-Fi at some Coke machines in SA

Coca Cola and BT are using vending machines to host free Wi-Fi hotspots in South Africa

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Wi-Fi

WirelessCo will offer Wi-Fi access to everyone, everywhere in SA

Dimension Data has announced the launch of WirelessCo, which will build and operate an open access carrier-grade Wi-Fi network in South Africa

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Waves

Scientists twist radio beams to send data at 32Gbps

Scientists have developed a “twisted light” technique with radiowaves, reaching high speeds without some of the hassles that go with optical systems

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