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SMiShing

By Thomas McKinnon 1 July 2009

SMS phishing, or ‘«£smishing‘«ō, occurs mainly when customers receive an SMS from what seems to be a reputable financial institution prompting them to call a telephone number due to a possible fraudulent transaction on their account. FULL STORY >

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How Not to Die Online

By Andrew Gould 1 July 2009

The Internet has truly revolutionised the way we live our lives. Unless you live in a small cave on a rocky ?°outcrop somewhere in rural Kwa-Zulu Natal, it will very definitely have affected your life. But there is a sinister side to this otherwise benign and benevolent... FULL STORY >

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The Digital Hustle

By Thomas McKinnon 29 June 2009

Con artists, hustlers, crooks‘«™ whatever you want to call them, the World Wide Web is crawling with criminals. These cyber-thieves fool you into believing that they are reputable, and do this to gain access to your personal and financial information. So what are some of the... FULL STORY >

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New Facebook usernames

By Thomas McKinnon 11 June 2009

Choose your own Facebook username from 13 June 2009. No longer do you need to be just a number. FULL STORY >

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Frets on Fire

By Andrew Gould 3 June 2009

Frets on Fire is a game of musical skill and fast fingers. The aim of the game is to play guitar with your keyboard as accurately as possible. FULL STORY >

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Jake Larsen on Nokia Music Store

By Mike Joubert 22 May 2009

Jake Larsen is Nokia\'s Head of Music for the Middle East and Africa. We chatted to him about DRMs, downloading and installing Nokia Music and including local artists in the store‘«÷s offering. FULL STORY >

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Mindmeister

By Andrew Gould 13 May 2009

Many people have spent their youth learning to study with the aid of mind maps. And now, as with so many things on the Net, mind mapping has gone collaborative. FULL STORY >

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New ways to do old things

By Lance Terner 12 May 2009

The path to finding smarter, more efficient ways to do things lead me to some fascinating sites. The extensive resources and tools that I found dealt primarily with good-to-know information, inspiring ideas and handy tips for those who are looking to make the routine... FULL STORY >

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Nokia Music Store now in SA

By Mike Joubert 28 April 2009

As the 16th country worldwide in which the Music Store has been launched, the site is not only populated by all the well known international artists, but also by a very decent amount of SA talent as well. FULL STORY >

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Teachers TV

By Andrew Gould 27 November 2008

Teachers TV is the digital channel for anyone who works in schools. FULL STORY >

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Full motion Internet

By Lance Terner 31 October 2008

last wrote about video sharing websites in April 2007, and then it was about video sharing in the context of social networking. Since then however, so much has changed and video sharing has gotten so much more popular and easier to do. FULL STORY >

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Online Caroline

By Andrew Gould 3 September 2008

The chances are high that you have a Facebook account and most of your ‘«£friends‘«ō aren‘«÷t really your actual friends, but if you feel you still need more online friends; why not get to know Caroline. FULL STORY >

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Improving the best education tool in the world

By Lance Terner 6 August 2008

The Internet is still easily the best, most incredible technological leveller, and anything from home projects to school projects to business ventures can be researched like never before. FULL STORY >

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New technology for photonheads

By Lance Terner 20 May 2008

The question being, are you a bit of a photonhead, and are you simply crazy about digital ?°photography? FULL STORY >

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