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Archive for January, 2007

E-Commerce Awards winners announced

January 16th, 2007 | No Comments »

The winners of South Africa’s first ever E-Commerce Awards have been announced after judges chose from a list of nominees tallied from almost 10 000 votes from the public. Kalahari.net was crowned the best e-commerce store as well as taking four more of the 19 award categories. Newcomers eDreams were the dark horse of the […]

Consumer activism turns spotlight on Telkom

January 16th, 2007 | 1 Comment »

Frustrated South Africans will on Friday publish a full page advert in the national Mail & Guardian newspaper highlighting the cost of telecommunications in South Africa. The campaign is being led by the Telecommunications Action Group (TAG) “We took this action because as consumers we are tired of the exorbitant costs of telecommunications in South […]

FreeBSD 6.2 released

January 15th, 2007 | No Comments »

The FreeBSD Release Engineering Team this morning announced the release of version 6.2 of the popular free Unix-like operating system. The release is the latest in the stable 6-stable branch and the team promises performance and stability improvements as well as bug fixes and a number of new features. Highlights of this release include: – […]

Public discussion on SA patents

January 12th, 2007 | 1 Comment »

Freedom to Innovate South Africa (FTISA) is holding a software patent workshop on January 19 to discuss software and business patent methods in South Africa. The discussion is open to the public and will be hosted by the Institute for Economic Research on Innovation (IERI) in Pretoria. FTISA is a non-profit organistaion that promotes and […]

Creating audio CD compilations on Linux

January 11th, 2007 | 2 Comments »

Like most people, I have a fairly sizeable collection of audio files stored on my hard disk in .mp3 or .ogg format – music, copies of interviews, podcasts and old radio shows. Which is great for my MP3 player and my laptop computer, but it isn’t any good for my basic standalone CD player which […]

iPhone vs OpenMoko: The open alternative

January 11th, 2007 | 1 Comment »

Apple’s big announcement yesterday was the long-anticipated iPhone, an Apple-designed PDA with GSM capabilities. Granted, many modern phones these days are PDAs with GSM, and Apple’s entry is very, very beautiful. It sports a large touchscreen, a lot of memory (with both 4G and 8G models), and that patented (literally) Apple touch. While following the […]

Apple iPhone takes on mobile market

January 10th, 2007 | No Comments »

Motivated by their successful move into the digital music arena, Apple are now having a go at the cellphone industry with the iPhone, taking on players such as Nokia, Motorola and Blackberry. Apple announced the iPhone at the Macworld Expo. As part of Apple’s move into consumer electronics, CEO Steve Jobs announced that Apple Computer […]

Rwanda signs up for one laptop project

January 9th, 2007 | No Comments »

Rwanda’s president Paul Kagame has committed his government to providing each primary school pupil with a laptop within the next five years. The announcement follows a New Year’s meeting in Urugwiro village between Kagame and One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project founder Nicholas Negroponte. In an announcement from the president’s office, Kagame said the decision […]

Second Life opens to developers

January 9th, 2007 | 1 Comment »

Linden Lab, creator of 3D virtual world Second Life, is releasing the code of its viewer application to the open source community. Developers can now make modifications and add new features to the online world’s viewing software. The Second Life viewer is used by subscribers or ‘residents’ to access the virtual world’s grid and control […]

Easy Asterisk gets a boost

January 8th, 2007 | No Comments »

One of the success stories of 2006 was Asterisk, the open source VoIP telephone exchange system that had everyone talking, literally. 2007 promises to be an equally big year for Asterisk as more businesses switch over to the Linux-based system to cut telephony costs. And making it even easier for users to switch to Asterisk […]

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