Guest author Douglas Scott calls for a greater number of South Africans to join the large community of Wikipedia editors in order to make South African articles more relevant.
How using a Lenovo Yoga 500 for a month convinced me a that Windows 10 is actually a bit of alright.
FNB’s system’s appear to be down in branches as well as online.
South Africans are letting government and network operators know they don’t want OTT services regulated.
Sanral’s latest ploy to encourage etoll payment by telling motorists to pay up or face legal action may be illegal, says Outa.
We were at the most recent JoziConnect event last night where IMVU spoke to us about their social platform, IMVU, and their plans to make it more interactive.
Brendyn and Clinton talk about how SA Netflix is shaping up, whether the new Steam Sale format is any good and two weird additions to the gaming world in this week’s Africast.
#OperationHydrate is on a mission to assist thousands of South Africans affected by drought and water shortages
The X-Pro2 has taken four years to arrive and boasts a number of welcome improvements over its predecessor… but that price. Yikes.
That figure is predicated on 2.5 million headset sales and consumers buying over 10 million individual bits of “VR content”.
Crash Detech and its creator, Jaco Gerrit, will represent South Africa later this year in the final leg of the Chivas Regal The Venture competition.
The National Broadband Advisory Council is on rocky ground as three key members call it quits.
“The world’s free encyclopaedia” turns 15 today, and the best gift you could give it is your South African expertise and time.
The University of Pretoria’s Facial Morphology Research Group wants to crowdfund a 3D camera to detect genetic disorders early on.