Samsung knew that questions about the Galaxy Note 7’s battery would come up at the S8 launch. Here’s what it had to say.
Brett Haggard gets to grips with the peripherals for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ in New York.
Future of Food themed innovation competition a massive success, says Ericsson.
Starting Africacom 2016 with a bang this morning, Ericsson made three significant announcements aimed at driving cost efficiency, simplicity and accessibility in the sub-Saharan Africa telecoms industry.
You’re looking at upwards of R12 999 for the iPhone 7 and upwards of R6 899 for the Series 2 Watch.
The LG X offers dual camera (13MP and 5MP 120-degree wide-angle) shooting and a sweet price.
Too impatient to wait for the official release of Pokémon GO in SA? We’ve got you covered.
Lenovo wants to announce new Project Tango partners every month, and gaming partners on the list as well.
It’s simpler and easier to use than you think
And fires shot at Apple iPad Pro and Microsoft Surface in the process
How using a Lenovo Yoga 500 for a month convinced me a that Windows 10 is actually a bit of alright.
It’s been five months since we did this, but back by popular demand, Brettski and Steven Ambrose get together to speak about WeChat Wallet, the state of the local Internet and their favourite products of the year.
Ericsson is targeting the African market with a video-on-demand called NuVu.
Here’s why the Kenyan team behind iHub may have cracked the school-in-a-box concept.
It’s all about smartphones, tablets and Windows 10 as Shaun Behnken joins Brett Haggard for another episode of the ZA Tech Show.
Global SIM card for machine-to-machine comms will keep the cost of a robot army down.
Brett Haggard is joined by Google’s Michelle Atagana, Larry Madowo and Bankole Oluwafemi to talk tech.
Andy Hadfield returns from a cave in the far East for a chat with Brettski about new smartphones, new wearables and the future of web advertising.