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Veteran startup is movie magic

With more than 200 million users every month, IMDB is one of the most popular websites in the world – and a leader in internet startups.

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Turn on to vinyl revival

The UK’s first official weekly vinyl chart is established as sales exceed the million mark.

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A whale of a record

Female whale’s non-stop 14 000-mile journey from Russia to Mexico is longest migration ever recorded by a mammal, say scientists.

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Veteran startup is movie magic

With more than 200 million users every month, IMDB is one of the most popular websites in the world – and a leader in internet startups. ...

Parkhurst first in ‘high-speed’ fibre ...

Jozi suburb raises its trendy barometer as the first residential zone in the city to get genuine high-speed internet.

Nintendo’s billion-yen alliance

New partner DeNA is intent on upping the stakes in gaming with plans to yield massive revenue by drawing in gamers on smart devices.

Veteran startup is movie magic

With more than 200 million users every month, IMDB is one of the most popular websites in the world – and a leader in internet startups. ...

A whale of a record

Female whale’s non-stop 14 000-mile journey from Russia to Mexico is longest migration ever recorded by a mammal, say scientists.

Lightening up on dark matter

Scientists get a first-hand look at how dark matter interacts with the universe around it – and are now closer to unravelling its myster ...

A whale of a record

Female whale’s non-stop 14 000-mile journey from Russia to Mexico is longest migration ever recorded by a mammal, say scientists.

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Wi-Fi TV project hits the spot
April 7 2015 at 11:36

Since its launch last November, Pretoria's wi-fi TV has has reached over 1.7 million views.

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Infrastructure is new target -survey
April 7 2015 at 12:02

Attacks that destroy rather than steal data are far more prevalent than widely believed, according to a survey.

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IVF scare over rogue sperm donor
April 7 2015 at 11:36

Almost 100 women have had babies by a Danish sperm donor who carries a defective gene.

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Canadian glaciers slip sliding away
April 7 2015 at 11:36

Many of the vast glaciers of western Canada could have almost disappeared by the end of the century, according to a study.

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Brace yourself for the exoskeleton
April 2 2015 at 14:46

Scientists have developed a lightweight device that will help those who find it difficult to walk to put their best foot forward.

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CERN restarts ‘Big Bang’ collider
April 5 2015 at 14:36

Scientists at CERN embarked on a new bid to resolve some mysteries of the universe.

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Meerkat vs Periscope
April 2 2015 at 14:42

Barbara Ortutay gets behind the battle and buzz of the livestreaming apps.

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Climatologists’ glacial dilemma
April 2 2015 at 14:33

Scientists delving into Earth’s threatened glaciers are haunted by the knowledge that these mines of information are turning to sludge.

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‘Free’ internet’s not that free
April 2 2015 at 14:31

Internet giants are scrambling to pull in new users from a continent that promises to yield a billion customers and masses of revenue.

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How technology tips our scales
April 2 2015 at 13:45

Software is prompting us to tip more than we would have, in a bid to save face.

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