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Tech Bytes: Long-Distance Love Connections
From pillows that connect long-distance lovers to remote-controlled waterproof pleasure objects, advances in intimate technologies mean that lovers both near and far can remain connected - sometimes in very surprising (and occasionally disturbing) ways.
By: Mandy J Watson  |  Posted: 14 February 2012  |  View Comments


The Sun In 3D
Tucked away slightly in the Wikimedia Commons is a 3D anaglyph of the sun that was taken by NASA in 2007 and spruced up on 9 February 2011 by a Wikipedia user to give it more depth and impact. Get out your red-cyan glasses!
By: Mandy J Watson  |  Posted: 10 February 2011  |  View Comments


A Look At Shopping Online With NetGifts And NetFlorist
The online shopping sites NetGifts and NetFlorist offer South African consumers a wide range of gift items that are perfect for special occasions or emergency gifting situations. Read about our experiences trying out the site and placing an order.
By: Mandy J Watson  |  Posted: 1 February 2011  |  View Comments


An Introduction To Ovi Music And Ovi Music Unlimited
The Nokia Music Store, which is now called Ovi Music, and the Nokia Comes With Music service, which is now called Ovi Music Unlimited, have gone through some huge changes since their launch in 2009. Here's a look at what's on offer and what to expect if you are interested in either of the services.
By: Mandy J Watson  |  Posted: 23 November 2010  |  View Comments


DStv PVR Decoder
"Essentially the PVR is a South African version of the US TiVo system (or ReplayTV in the UK) but, rather than being a technological import from overseas, the device was developed locally for MultiChoice by UEC Technologies, a Durban-based company that is a subsidiary of the Altech group. The PVR has been in development and testing for two years - some people have already been using one in their homes for about a year to test the features - and, as of this month, it has been made available to the general public. MultiChoice is convinced that it will change the future of television in this country."
By: Mandy J Watson  |  Posted: 22 November 2005  |  View Comments