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mLab Southern Africa opens doors in Pretoria

By Staff Writer 16 September 2011

A new regional lab for mobile technology entrepreneurs, application developers and innovators was recently inaugurated at The Innovation Hub, Pretoria. FULL STORY >

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HTC Wildfire S

By Hanleigh Daniels 14 September 2011

HTC brings excellent build quality and its sensible Android skin to the budget-level smartphone crowd with the Wildfire S. FULL STORY >

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Intel and Google to optimise Android for Intel architecture

By Hanleigh Daniels 14 September 2011

Intel partners up with Google in order to enable future Android-operating mobile devices to be powered by its Atom CPU range. FULL STORY >

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Inmarsat IsatPhone Pro satellite phone launched in South Africa

By Ryan Noik 14 September 2011

The world's first Bluetooth enabled, global, handheld satellite phone has been launched in South Africa. FULL STORY >

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Intel still committed to MeeGo

By Hanleigh Daniels 12 September 2011

CPU maker Intel is still committed to its MeeGo operating system, but is reportedly looking to fill the development void left after being jilted by its Finnish ex. FULL STORY >

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Apple AirPrint wireless printing now available to Epson users

By Hanleigh Daniels 12 September 2011

Epson reveals that Apple's AirPrint functionality will be supported by many of its new inkjet printer models, providing wireless printing for iPad, iPhone and iPod users. FULL STORY >

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Drifta now compatible with some Android devices

By Staff Writer 7 September 2011

DStv Mobile has announced that its Drifta DStv Mobile decoder is set to make its debut on Android, but only on certain devices. FULL STORY >

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Samsung enhances its own mobile OS platform

By Hanleigh Daniels 7 September 2011

Samsung announces the bada 2.0 SDK for the latest edition of its mobile operating system, which delivers improved performance along with enhanced stability. FULL STORY >

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Intel halting MeeGo development temporarily

By Hanleigh Daniels 6 September 2011

CPU maker Intel is reportedly also pondering a move to Android or Windows Phone OS, as it will temporarily discontinue work on its MeeGo mobile OS. FULL STORY >

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BlackBerry PlayBook now available from Telkom Business Mobile

By Hanleigh Daniels 6 September 2011

BlackBerry holding company Research In Motion makes its PlayBook tablet available to more corporates and SMEs via Telkom Business Mobile. FULL STORY >

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Samsung Galaxy Gio

By Hanleigh Daniels 5 September 2011

The Korean tech firm Samsung's Galaxy range is populated by a variety of Android-operating inhabitants. TechSmart reviews one which is targeted at the first-time smartphone users or limited-budget crowd. FULL STORY >

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Griffin Technology launches Stylus + Pen + Laser Pointer

By Ryan Noik 5 September 2011

Griffin Technology has launched a new stylus, pen and laser pointer combination device. FULL STORY >

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Red Bull MOBILE adds new voice and data products to the mix

By Hanleigh Daniels 5 September 2011

Red Bull MOBILE enlarges its local range of product offerings, launching new prepaid as well as top-up voice and data deals. FULL STORY >

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Samsung unveils its Galaxy Note smartphone

By Hanleigh Daniels 2 September 2011

During IFA 2011 in Berlin the Korean tech giant Samsung has revealed its Galaxy Note, which it says isn't a small tablet, but rather a new type of smartphone. FULL STORY >

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HTC unveils new TITAN and Radar smartphones

By Hanleigh Daniels 2 September 2011

Taiwanese smartphones and tablet maker HTC reveals two new Windows Phone 7 OS-running additions to its smartphone line-up, the HTC TITAN and the HTC Radar. FULL STORY >

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