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Simon Dingle is out this week, so Jon Tullett hosts episode 83 of SA’s most popular technology podcast. He is joined in the studio by Duncan McLeod, Brett Haggard and Toby Shapshak. They discuss, among other things, First National Bank’s Internet banking outage

This week the ZA Tech Show includes an interview with one of the world’s leading podcasters, Leo Laporte (pictured), chief TWiT at TWiT.tv. The team also discusses the collapse in the MTN-Bharti talks, interconnection rates, console prices, and much more

Jon Tullett, Toby Shapshak, Brett Haggard and Simon Dingle are the crew this week. Among plenty of other things, they discuss the Intel Developer Forum, Microsoft’s Courier tablet device, Livescribe Pulse Smartpens, 3D video and the Blu-ray optical format

A gathering of three forms the panel this week as Brett Haggard, Ben Kelly and Simon Dingle discuss, among other things, Halo 3: ODST, new iPods and pricing, interconnection rates, Twitter’s avatar evacuation and Facebook Lite

The ZA Tech Show covers a remarkable variety of topics this week with regulars Brett Haggard, Toby Shapshak, Jon Tullett,…

Duncan McLeod, Brett Haggard and Simon Dingle are in the studio (and via Skype) to discuss interconnection rates, Snow Leopard, Nokia World, Google Street View in SA, and much more

An experiment in LAN recording produces interesting results this week as Brett Haggard, Jon Tullett, Duncan McLeod and Simon Dingle connect to discuss Snow Leopard, mobile termination rates, console price cuts, and much more

Duncan McLeod, Toby Shapshak, Brett Haggard and Simon Dingle are on the panel this week. They discuss District 9, the impact of piracy, Neotel’s NeoGo service, and much more…

Special guest Dwayne Bailey from Translate.org.za adds his voice to the show this week, along with regulars Duncan McLeod, Brett Haggard, Simon Dingle and, later, Samantha Perry

In this episode our geeks are spread out across SA. Simon Dingle, Jon Tullett and Will Hahn are in Cape Town for Gartner Symposium 2009, Brett Haggard is in Durban for Microsoft TechEd and Duncan McLeod is in Johannesburg