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Will your bank pay Microsoft to keep running it’s ATMs?

It’s said roughly 95% of ATMs worldwide are still running on Windows XP, which ultimately means all of the ATMs in SA are running on this dated software, and that’s about to become an expensive problem. In a statement released to Engadget earlier in March, machine designer NCR said that only a third of banks…

Blackberry’s open letter, is it worth the read?

Not that we expected a full page apology from Blackberry, but REALLY?! was the (below) open letter really necessary? Read it after the jump. You’ve no doubt seen the headlines about BlackBerry. You’re probably wondering what they mean for you as one of the tens of millions of users who count on BlackBerry every single…

Inside South Africa’s TV white spaces experiment: Engadget pays SA a visit

In the whole of Africa, just 15.6 percent of residents are connected to the internet, which is under half of the world average. It’s also home to vast, inhospitable landscapes that are economically inviable to crisscross with fiber. All of that being said, nearly a sixth of the globe’s population resides on the continent, representing…

Fujifilm X-M1 South African pricing and availability emerges

In case you misssed it here, Fujifilm South Africa has released their official statement on the then rumoured Fujifilm X-M1. Japanese tech site Digicame info first published some leaked press images of the X-M1, which comes with interchangeable lenses. The X-M1 includes the same 16.3-megapixel sensor as both the X-Pro1 and X-E1, yet it’s housed in a…

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