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[htxt.africast] Mobile termination woes, Conflict-free processors and Gauteng’s paper-free schools

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Brett and Dave get together over Skype for a chat about Cell C’s reaction to the new Mobile Termination Rates, Gauteng’s paper-free schools and conflict-free microprocessors. They also speak about Facebook’s 100m user breakthrough in Africa and Twitter’s new ‘buy’ button.

Impressively, they both steer clear of speculation around Apple’s upcoming announcements and what Intel is likely to launch in the next day or two. You’ll have to tune in tomorrow for that.

As always, we welcome your feedback on podcast [at] htxt.co.za and encourage you to subscribe to the show by adding http://htxt.co.za/podcast to your favourite podcatcher or clicking here if you have iTunes.

Brett Haggard

Brett Haggard

Brett is the big cheese at Hypertext Media. He's been covering the technology industry for so long, he's seen old technology be 'respun' as the next big thing one too many times. He started Hypertext in 2002 and quite frankly hasn't looked back (although he often longs for the days when a steady salary, sick days and leave were a given). Publications in his stable include htxt.africa; DailyFive (http://www.dailyfive.tv); Connect; Tarsus Channel and GirlGuides (http://www.girlguides.co.za). He also hosts the ZA Tech Show (http://www.zatech.co.za), does a monthly tech column for Sawubona and writes the odd gadget piece for a magazine here and there. Currently uses: 11-inch Macbook Air, iPhone 5, Blackberry Z10, iPad Mini, Nexus 7, Kindle Paperwhite, Marley TTR Headphones, Xbox360, PS3, Nintendo 3DS.

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