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  1. QuintonB

    Load shedding update for Thursday 12 February

    Eskom load shedding update: 12 February Eskom says that there is a low to medium probability of load shedding on Thursday (12 February), though warns its systems remain constrained.
  2. Kevin Lancaster

    How much it costs to put the English Premier League on TV

    How much it costs to put the English Premier League on TV The English Premier League’s television rights windfalls may soar over $13 billion once the 2016-19 international sales are completed this year
  3. Kevin Lancaster

    SpaceX launches Falcon rocket

    SpaceX launches Falcon rocket SpaceX has launched an observatory inspired by former Vice President Al Gore toward a solar-storm lookout point a million miles away
  4. Kevin Lancaster

    RSAWEB launches Flex Cloud

    RSAWEB launches Flex Cloud RSAWEB has unveiled its Flex Cloud service, offering an easy-to-use hosting platform for JAVA, Ruby, and PHP
  5. Kevin Lancaster

    Eskom activates Stage 2 load shedding

    Eskom activates Stage 2 load shedding Eskom is implementing stage two rolling power cuts
  6. Kevin Lancaster

    Eskom load shedding update: Stage 1 implemented

    Eskom load shedding update: Stage 1 implemented Eskom has implemented stage one of rolling power cuts
  7. Kevin Lancaster

    Samsung TVs injecting ads into your own movies: report

    Samsung TVs injecting ads into your own movies: report The Verge is reporting that Samsung Smart TVs are injecting advertisements into third-party video applications during playback
  8. Kevin Lancaster

    Eskom load shedding update: Wednesday 11 February

    Eskom load shedding update: Wednesday 11 February The latest on load shedding from Eskom
  9. Kevin Lancaster

    Fancy a 7680 x 4320 PC screen?

    Fancy a 7680 x 4320 PC screen? The Video Electronics Standards Association has announced the next step in high-resolution screens
  10. Kevin Lancaster

    US launches new cyber security agency

    US launches new cyber security agency The US Tuesday launched a new cyber security agency, in the face of increasing cyber threats that make up what an official called “a defining challenge of the 21st century”
  11. Kevin Lancaster

    Robots will take your job

    Robots will take your job Cheaper, better robots will replace human workers in the world’s factories at a faster pace over the next decade
  12. Kevin Lancaster

    The Dragon has landed

    The Dragon has landed SpaceX says its unmanned Dragon spaceship splashed down in the Pacific west of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula Wednesday afternoon after a supply run to the International Space Station
  13. Kevin Lancaster

    Apple to build R9-billion solar power plant

    Apple to build R9-billion solar power plant Apple will spend nearly $850 million on a solar energy project that will generate enough power for the computer giant’s new corporate headquarters
  14. Kevin Lancaster

    Eskom load shedding update: Tuesday 10 February

    Eskom load shedding update: Tuesday 10 February The latest on load shedding from Eskom
  15. Kevin Lancaster

    Eskom blackout hoax

    Eskom blackout hoax Government on Tuesday dismissed a hoax statement saying it had been warned by Eskom the main power grid could crash
  16. Kevin Lancaster

    Sony Xperia E4 unveiled

    Sony Xperia E4 unveiled Sony has reveled the latest model in its Xperia range – the E4
  17. Kevin Lancaster

    Energy efficiency could solve SA’s power crisis

    Energy efficiency could solve SA’s power crisis The solution to South Africa’s power crisis lies in the ability of the country to become more energy efficient
  18. Kevin Lancaster

    Thousands of unsecured databanks on the web

    Thousands of unsecured databanks on the web Students at the Centre for IT Security at western Germany’s University of Saarland said Tuesday that they have discovered tens of thousands of unsecured databanks on the web
  19. Kevin Lancaster

    Risk of power cuts high: Eskom

    Risk of power cuts high: Eskom There is a high risk that power cuts may be implemented on Tuesday, Eskom said
  20. Kevin Lancaster

    Qualcomm to pay R11 billion fine

    Qualcomm to pay R11 billion fine Qualcomm has agreed to pay $975 million to China after the government found that the chipmaker violated that country’s anti-monopoly laws
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