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  1. Kevin Lancaster

    Star Citizen will destroy your puny South African broadband connection

    Star Citizen will destroy your puny South African broadband connection Fancy a spot of high-quality space adventuring? Well then I hope patience is one of your virtues
  2. Kevin Lancaster

    Black and blue, or white and gold?

    Black and blue or white and gold? A simple image uploaded to Tumblr has caused the Internet to erupt into chaos
  3. QuintonB

    Demand uncapped mobile data, ISPA says

    You must demand uncapped mobile data: ISPA The Internet Service Providers’ Association calls for mobile broadband price cuts through wholesale mobile data offerings
  4. Kevin Lancaster

    200Mbps fibre-to-the-business plus free calls

    200Mbps fibre-to-the-business with free calls Cybersmart has increased its fibre product range with new 50Mbps, 100Mbps, 150Mbps, and 200Mbps services
  5. Kevin Lancaster

    Before decrying the latest cyberbreach, consider your own cyberhygiene

    Before decrying the latest cyberbreach, consider your own cyberhygiene Normal Internet users may be the unintentional insiders who enable cyber attacks to spread
  6. Kevin Lancaster

    Lenovo’s security debacle reveals blurred boundary between adware and malware

    Lenovo’s security debacle reveals blurred boundary between adware and malware While some software such as virus scanners can be useful, Lenovo has discovered just how badly it can backfire when including insufficiently tested – or just plain malicious – software
  7. Kevin Lancaster

    Top companies to work for in SA

    Top companies to work for in South Africa South African professionals and students share their views on which companies they would like to work for
  8. Kevin Lancaster

    Sexy Vodacom ad just fine

    Sexy Vodacom ad just fine: ASA The ASA has dismissed complaints against a Vodacom advert which was seen as “sexually provocative” and “sexualising women and children”
  9. Kevin Lancaster

    Government plan to cut data prices

    Government plans to cut data prices The Ministry of Telecommunications and Postal Services has revealed that it is going to develop a policy on reducing data costs in South Africa
  10. Kevin Lancaster

    E-toll tariffs to be cut

    E-toll tariffs to be reduced E-toll tariffs will be adjusted downwards but government remains committed to the principle of road users funding improvements to keep Sanral solvent, the National Treasury said on Wednesday
  11. Kevin Lancaster

    Telkom not being set up as another cartel

    Telkom not being set up as another cartel: Government Deputy Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services Hlengiwe Mkhize answered some of our questions about Telkom and the government’s broadband plans
  12. Kevin Lancaster

    South African government PCs spied on

    SA government PCs spied on A leaked document reveals that the National Intelligence Agency found spyware on all the personal computers it sampled from certain government departments
  13. Kevin Lancaster

    7.5Gbps ‘5G’ mobile data speeds to be shown off

    7.5Gbps ‘5G’ mobile data speeds demoed Samsung and Korean mobile network operator SK Telecom are set to show off a 7.5Gbps “5G” solution at this year’s Mobile World Congress
  14. Kevin Lancaster

    South African techies’ favourite beer and fast food

    SA techies’ favourite beer and fast food South Africa’s IT professionals and techies reveal their favourite beer and fast food brands in a new lifestyle survey
  15. Kevin Lancaster

    Give tax rebates for broadband investment

    Give tax rebates for broadband investment: DA The DA argues that the government should offer a tax rebate for investing in broadband infrastructure
  16. Kevin Lancaster

    You’ll soon pay more for peak-hour electricity usage

    You’ll soon pay more for peak-hour electricity City Power customers in Johannesburg will be charged more for peak-hour electricity in a bid to stop load shedding, according to reports
  17. Kevin Lancaster

    Cell C nears 20 million customers

    Cell C close to 20 million customers Cell C closed the year with 19.6 million customers, which translated to a year-on-year increase of 44%
  18. Kevin Lancaster

    Vodacom Smart 4 Turbo is bloody brilliant - review

    Vodacom Smart 4 Turbo review – bloody brilliant A fully-featured LTE smartphone with a good user experience for R1,499? Apparently it can be done
  19. Kevin Lancaster

    Cheapest and most expensive mobile services in South Africa

    Cheapest and most expensive mobile services in SA The latest Research ICT Africa report reveals which South African mobile operator offers the best prepaid mobile deal
  20. Kevin Lancaster

    HTC One M9 specs, photos leak

    HTC One M9 specs, photos leak: report Images and specifications for the HTC One M9 were reportedly published prematurely on a German online retailer’s site
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