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The low-radiation South African-designed Lodox machine featured in an episode of Grey's Anatomy last year.
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Spy fears over Google’s drone buyout
Microsoft sued for browser miscue
Digital village has bright future
Call to improve search technology
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US tech giants are seeking to spread the online gospel to hard-to-reach regions via the skies.
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ISPs must play their part - EU court
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US embraces anti-theft initiative
Carriers and smartphone makers agree to introduce tools to enable users to lock their devices and wipe them clean of data if stolen.
Local app maker yearns to grow wings
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Facebook app, now more complicated
Microsoft ends Windows XP support
Intel posts lower 1Q net income
Intel says its first-quarter earnings declined, but revenue grew as it saw improvements in its PC business.
Google buys solar-powered drone maker
Microsoft, Sony bankroll patent buyer
WhatsApp deal: Facebook gets warning
China approves Nokia sale
New ASIMO, now more human-like
It can open a bottle and serve a drink, and politely tries to shake hands with a stranger. Meet Honda's latest ASIMO.
Computer converts text into Braille
Sony recalls VAIO laptops
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iPhone 6 screens to go into productio ...
A welcome change of fortune for Sony
Sony says it has sold seven million PlayStation 4 worldwide since its launch, and admitted it can't make them fast enough.
The Last of Us Remastered for PS4
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Bethesda launches Elder Scrolls Onlin ...
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SA’s Twitter stars
S Korea blocks adultery website
Adultery website tests limits in Kore ...
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Take a selfie, show your patriotism
Why cellphone batteries explode
Your smartphone could explode at any time without warning, according to experts.
Girl traumatised after phone explodes
Taking to water like a duck
Wearable tech goes mainstream
Limited offer on Google Glass
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