Microsoft pulls out all the stops to prove that the Xbox One is the place to game.
M4JAM sets up nearly 7 000 microjobs on its first day.
A gala dinner will be held in Sandton this Friday.
Ethel Cofie writes about how the anticipated event almost didn’t happen.
Whether it’s for wooden keyboards or ones specialised for gaming, we have your typing needs covered.
August issue of htxt.africa’s Tech Made Easy is available for free as a paper-based thing or electronically here.
In today’s episode, Brett, Charlie and Dave speak about Intel’s new Broadwell processor (and its cool refinements like double the battery life and half the TDP) and Google’s 60Tb/s new undersea cable joining the West Coast of the US to Japan. We also take you through the official launch and pricing for EA Access and the fact […]
Ten charities will receive free WordPress websites designed especially for them.
By using the camera’s manual setting, you will have total control over how your photographs come out.
Intel has released the first bits of information about its upcoming fifth-generation Core processors code named Broadwell.
John Romero has let it slip that he’s working on another shooter.
Think the Android operating system is a bit limited? Try it with an Intel Atom, plenty of RAM and a decent keyboard dock.
Histropedia turns Wikipedia searches into a more exciting experience.
Thoughtworks’ head lays down five point plan for economic transformation through tech.
Now all Xbox One gamers can access EA’s Vault for cheap.
Google and five other companies have come together to build and operate a new Trans-Pacific cable system
Since EA won’t make a decent new Command & Conquer, Eugen Systems is doing it.
Faster data connections for MTN’s PayAsYouGo customers now a reality.