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Kawela Mule's picture

Smartphone users at risk

Two security research companies have detected threats that will pose a problem for smartphone users. Manufactures such as Apple, Google Android and Blackberry need to take this information with caution in order to avoid this becoming a global problem.
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In Love with an App

 Picture a man sitting alone at a table in a restaurant. He buys a bottle of wine, an expensive dish, yet nobody arrives. He just sits there the whole time, staring at his phone, occasionally laughing and smiling at the screen and, once in a while, he whispers to his phone, softly and gently.  As much as the modern man is dependent on his phone, this might be just a bit extreme.

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There's more to the digital divide than broadband and smartphones

Despite the official narrative of a rainbow nation, South Africa is an extremely divided country. The nation’s striking economic discrepancies are evident in the lack of ICT access and infrastructure. What can be done to change this?
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Obama, the "pop culture" president

 It’s been almost six years since Barack Obama made history by being the first black person to be elected president of the United States.

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The psychology of fanboys

Ever look at comments on the internet by fanboys and wonder how things got this bad? The aggression, the insults, the bad grammar. But, it turns out, you and I are no different than the fanboy. Apart from the vile expressions online, we all exhibit the mentality and behaviour that leads to fanboy culture.

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