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Duncan McLeod
Bruised Berry

The international media is filled with tales of woe about BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM). The Canadian smartphone company’s share price has lost half its value since the beginning of the year. Yet BlackBerry is SA’s sexiest

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Samsung Galaxy S II: bold and beautiful

Samsung’s successor to the well-received Galaxy S is one of the first dual-core phones to make it to market, and it’s certainly set the bar high for the likes of the HTC Sensation, LG Optimus 2X and iPhone 5, all of which are expected later this year. The most striking

Can Nokia be saved?

Think about how many of your friends use Nokia handsets today as opposed to a few years ago. Chances are many of them have ditched the Finnish handset manufacturer’s devices for alternatives from companies such as Apple, Samsung

Tablet tidal wave to hit SA shores

Apple’s popular iPad has ruled the roost in SA since it launched the first iteration of the device in January, followed a few months later by the iPad 2. However, Apple’s early domination of the market

Duncan McLeod
Need to pay? Swipe your phone

Imagine the next time you’re standing at a checkout point at the supermarket. Imagine paying for your groceries simply by bringing your mobile phone next to a payment terminal and having the money debited

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Samsung Galaxy Tab: nice but overpriced

The Samsung Galaxy Tab has been hailed as the only serious competitor to Apple’s popular iPad currently available in SA. And, although the iPad is still the tablet of choice for most people, Samsung has created a device that does

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Little Bada boom: Samsung Wave reviewed

The ergonomics of the Samsung’s new Wave smartphone are great. The Korean company’s first Bada-based phone is about all clean, brushed-bronze lines, with a weight that feels like it means business, but doesn’t drag in your pocket. The buttons are sleekly integrated with the casing, and the screen is simply exquisite.

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Why 3D TV will be a smash hit

Television is going 3D. Manufacturers like Samsung, LG Electronics, Toshiba, Panasonic and Sony are in a race to bring 3D-ready flat-screen panels to market. Is 3D a gimmick in TV or it is the future of the medium?

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