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Plugged in pupils are sparking

The roll-out of an innovative ICT project is seeing remarkable results but what comes next?

Storage war: Lawsuit accuses Apple of deceiving customers

The complainants argue that while Apple touts 16GB of digital storage, about a fifth of that is eaten up by the latest operating software.

Apple iPad under threat as larger phones gain favour

Traditional tablets like the iPad are losing popularity as consumers are opting to use smartphones with larger screens as a single go-to device.

The M&G: Now available on Kindle Fire

It's finally here: the weekly Mail & Guardian can be downloaded for Kindle Fire tablets. The better news is that the first two editions are free.

Five apps for 2014, and one you can’t do without

Sean Bacher reviews new apps for 2014, including Tagaboom, App Stalker, Active Fitness, I’m Bored and ICEPlus – an app that no one should be without.

Twenty apps for your new tablet

Got a new Apple iPad or Android tablet for Christmas and don't know what apps to get? Try these.

Words win where tablet magazines’ bells, whistles fail

Tablet shell seems to bring new problems rather than the solution to old ones for magazines.

Microsoft plan its own mini tablet in response to Apple

Microsoft has plans for new touchscreen devices and a Windows 8 revamp as revenue rise has unexpectedly beaten analysts' forecasts.

Acer’s B1: Here comes the tablet killer

A new entrant in the ultra-low-cost tablet market is also a global brand name at the high end. That could make all the difference.

An iPad a day keeps school absenteeism at bay

An iPad app with 600 textbooks in six South African languages has been launched and the classes featuring it have proved to be a hit with pupils.

2012: Tablets of the year

Arthur Goldstuck looks at the best tablet computers of 2012.

Mini tablet war under Christmas trees this year

A sales war could determine whether Apple, Google or Amazon will dominate the fastest-growing area of personal computing.

iPad mini, iPhone 5, hit the shelves

Friday has been the biggest new product day yet for Apple in SA, as both the iPad mini and the iPhone 5 officially go on sale.

China’s intentions gift-wrapped

Presents come at a price -- and not at the prices declared by the politicians who received them, writes Nelly Shamase.

Shakespeare goes digital

William Shakespeare's plays are getting a 21st century-style makeover in the form of new apps for tablets and smart phones.

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Covid-overflow hospital in ruins as SIU investigates

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