Project Cars and Project Cars 2 had nailed simulation racer aspects down. Project Cars 3 uproots it all and takes a detour from this formula. Check out our review
Shortly after Intel revealed its latest silicon, Acer followed thereafter with refreshed versions of the Swift 3 and Swift 5.
After almost a year without a Nintendo Direct, we get one of the best ones yet.
Summit supercomputer helped researchers run 2.5 billion correlation calculations in one week a feat that might’ve taken months on a desktop computer.
The music from Tenet is now available to stream for free from Spotify and YouTube.
The new FUJINON Lens XF50mmF1.0 R WR interchangeable lens is expected locally in September, but no word on pricing yet from Fujifilm.
Minister Angie Motshekga confirms that local universities will extend 2020’s academic year to February 2021 to cope with late release of Matric results.
While some solutions only offer video for surveillance, the UD5381 kit from RCT boasts audio and motion detection for truly enhanced monitoring.
The latest iteration of Intel’s chipsets for notebooks promise admirable performance gains.
As Rocket League goes free to play other costs fall away, but Xbox Live Gold still required.
Qualcomm expands its 5G technology to its Snapdragon 4-series platform, with cheaper 5G phones on the way next year.
Pricing and availability for the Galaxy A42 5G is unknown at this stage, but it could be its most affordable 5G smartphone to date.
As the country comes to grips with life under stage 4 loadshedding, the NDoH records a further 2 336 infections for COVID-19 in South Africa.
After a US-only beta the Watch Party is being rolled out to the rest of the world.
Stage 4 loadshedding starts at 08:00 on Thursday.