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Intrigue as OpenView carries SABC

Intrigue as OpenView carries SABC

OpenView HD, the new free-to-air satellite service launched by e.tv sister company Platco Digital on Tuesday, is offering the SABC’s three main television channels as part of its bouquet in spite of a simmering feud with the public broadcaster. The SABC warned last month

The Vox Supafone reviewed

The Vox Supafone reviewed

Internet protocol (IP) phones that route calls over users’ broadband connections have been around for several years, but their adoption is surprisingly low in South Africa given the cost savings and even quality they offer over traditional fixed-line telecommunications

Department defends Delphi decision

Department defends Delphi decision

Managing two separate programming languages at school level creates “complexity” that could “impact on curriculum delivery”, cost government unnecessary money and make it difficult for students and teachers to move between schools and provinces. Those are the views of the

Monster N-Tune headphones: beastly bass

Monster N-Tune headphones: beastly bass

Although most high-end headphones try to offer balanced audio, Monster’s new NCredible N-Tune cans has given bass precedence. That’s great if you like hip-hop, pop, dance music or anything else that’s heavy on the bass. But it isn’t going to make these the headphones of choice for audio professionals

Windows 8.1: start me up (again)

Windows 8.1: start me up (again)

The latest version of Microsoft’s flagship operating system is almost here. Windows 8.1 is a free update to Windows 8 that brings back the familiar Start button, which was dropped controversially with with version 8. More importantly, the upgrade promises a slicker and more integrated user interface that fixes

Operators get more time

Operators get more time

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) is giving telecommunications operators more time to comment on draft call termination rate regulations, announced 10 days ago, that sent the share prices of MTN and Vodacom plunging and Telkom surging

Watching Netflix, Hulu in SA: is it legal?

Watching Netflix, Hulu in SA: is it legal?

Subscribing to international music and video streaming subscription services such as Hulu and Netflix outside the regions for which they’re intended may breach the terms of service between content distributors and the owners of that content. But as long as South African users pay their monthly fees, their

Uproar over Delphi, Office for schools

Uproar over Delphi, Office for schools

The department of basic education has issued a circular stating that two school subjects, namely computer applications technology and IT, be limited to Microsoft Office and the Delphi programming language respectively. The move has outraged open-source advocates

How to get Netflix, Hulu in SA

How to get Netflix, Hulu in SA

With a credit card, a broadband connection, some (usually) simple instructions, and using one or more of a selection of clever applications or browser plug-ins, South Africans can subscribe to US video streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu and

MTN warns against too much competition

MTN warns against <em>too much</em> competition

South Africa has to choose between having many telecommunications operators or encouraging investment from existing players to drive down prices and increase adoption. That’s according to MTN South Africa CEO Zunaid Bulbulia, who supports the latter approach. Bulbulia made the comments at a consumer

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