August is a pretty special month. It’s the host of International Women’s Day and is widely considered Women’s Month. It also mostly contains Leos, but that’s just statistics. The August-September 2022 issue of Stuff Magazine is out in the wild and it celebrates at least a few of these points. We’ll give you a hint — it’s got nothing to do with Leos. We’re pretty sure. No, it’s women in tech that headline Stuff’s newest issue. And not international women in tech, either. We know they exist, but why should they get all the good press? We’re talking about South African women in tech. Mostly.
Gaming is proving ever more popular. It’s not just a pastime anymore. It’s far more than a hobby. Now, playing video games is a legitimate career. There are millions in prize money if you’re competitive, and just as much money lying around if you’re an internet personality. But in order to get to that point, you’ll have to burn out a few controllers or computer mice. Mouses? The August-September 2022 issue of Stuff has all of the kit you could possibly need to get your game on. Even if you’re not being overly serious about your future while doing it.
Sony’s LinkBuds S headphones are here and they’re a little less… offbeat than the original Linkbuds were. Don’t get us wrong, we’re fine with the donut-hole design but we feel even more positive about the version without the gaping hole in it. Why? Oh… no reason. Actually… a few reasons. Those reasons are contained in our review, which you’ll find adorning the pages of the August-September 2022 issue.
Looking to get away from it all? The weather is supposed to turn soon. Hopefully. There’s a great big batch of tech that should accompany you on your journey. It’s not quite Rincewind’s Luggage, but these holiday add-ons are pretty smart all the same. Tune in to the August-September 2022 issue of Stuff to see what you should be packing in the cargo bay of the plane whose tickets you can definitely afford this year.
There’s plenty more where that came from. You’ll find Stuff’s Top 10 pages, suitably updated for the current period. You’ll also find ways to upgrade your Galaxy S22 Ultra because nothing stays new forever. Then there’s a bunch of futuristic cars, heavy metal video games, drones, tablets, and video games to look forward to. There’s all that, and more, in the current issue of Stuff. Get your copy today.