EA acquires PopCap, shuts down game servers

By Johan Keyter 13 July 2011

Electronic Arts goes on a shopping spree to acquire PopCap games, shuts down online servers afterwards. FULL STORY >


Samsung announces the availability of its Galaxy Gio smartphone

By Hanleigh Daniels 12 July 2011

Samsung makes the latest handset in its Galaxy line-up of smartphones available, sporting the name of SA's fastest full-back, but not his speed unfortunately. FULL STORY >


Google reportedly releasing Android 3.2 soon

By Hanleigh Daniels 8 July 2011

Search giant Google is reportedly getting ready to release the latest (version 3.2) update for its Android mobile OS. FULL STORY >


Tech News Round-up - iPad HD edition

By Hanleigh Daniels 8 July 2011

In this week's Tech News Round-up Apple is reportedly set to bring out an HD version of the iPad as well as a security update for its iOS mobile OS. FULL STORY >


MTN drops uncapped broadband rates

By Johan Keyter 8 July 2011

MTN announces cuts to its uncapped broadband packages, with prices falling more than 50 percent. FULL STORY >


Google releases Google Maps 5.7 for Android

By Staff Writer 7 July 2011

Google announces the release of the latest version 5.7 of Google Maps for Android, bringing turn-by-turn Transit Navigation in beta form to the navigation app. FULL STORY >


Government warns RICA scammers

By Johan Keyter 7 July 2011

The RICA deadline passed last week in relative calm, but the government yesterday warned scammers that they would face the full extent of the law. FULL STORY >


RIM releases latest BlackBerry OS usage figures

By Hanleigh Daniels 6 July 2011

Canadian smartphone and tablet PC manufacturer Research In Motion's latest usage figures for its BlackBerry mobile OS, shows that it is also struggling with OS fragmentation. FULL STORY >


MTN rolls out international top-up

By Johan Keyter 6 July 2011

MTN and TransferTo partners to allow MTN customers to top up their prepaid accounts no matter where they are in the world. FULL STORY >


Opera Software releases its latest mobile browsers

By Staff Writer 30 June 2011

Norwegian software company Opera Software releases the latest version of its Opera Mini and Opera Mobile browsers for mobile phones as well as tablet PCs. FULL STORY >


Nvidia launches world's fastest notebook GPU

By Hanleigh Daniels 29 June 2011

GPU and mobile CPU maker Nvidia launches its latest graphics card for notebook PCs, calling it the world's fastest notebook GPU. FULL STORY >


Angry Birds finds perch on Windows Phone 7

By Johan Keyter 29 June 2011

Rovio's addictive Angry Birds gets ported to Windows Phone 7, bringing feathered carnage to even more devices. FULL STORY >


Nokia announces release updates for various Symbian devices

By Hanleigh Daniels 29 June 2011

Nokia reveals that it is updating the operating system software for many of its Symbian-operating mobile devices. FULL STORY >


Microsoft and General Dynamics Itronix sign patent agreement

By Hanleigh Daniels 28 June 2011

Microsoft concludes yet another patent agreement with a company utilising Android. FULL STORY >


Google expanding to the gaming world

By Johan Keyter 27 June 2011

Google looks set to launch a new foray into the gaming world with a recent job listing outing its 'Games at Google' division. FULL STORY >

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