Craig Wilson, Author at Stuff

Craig Wilson

Craig is Stuff magazine's editor. He provides tech analysis and commentary for TV stations like eNCA, CNBC Africa and BusinessDay TV, and radio stations like 702, CapeTalk, PowerFM, MetroFM and Classic FM. You can contact him via craig@stuff.co.za

Samsung’s Galaxy A7 has three rear cameras and a sub-R10k price tag

Earlier this week we brought you rumours doing the rounds that Samsung would bring two new mid-range smartphones to market, one with three rear cameras, another with four. We were only expecting the devices to drop in October… but the first of them, the Galaxy A7, has been announced today, […]

Audi unveils its first all-electric vehicle, the E-tron SUV

Hot on the heels (or wheels) of Jaguar announcing its plans to roll out more than 80 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations around South Africa by the end of November, Audi has taken the wraps off its first all-electric car, the E-tron SUV, at a press event in San Francisco. […]

Nintendo’s releasing wireless NES controllers for the Switch

Next week your days of playing Nintendo Switch games online for free come to an end — well, you can eke out another week with the free trial — but Nintendo’s trying to soften the blow of charging an online subscription by releasing a couple of special offers to coincide […]

Comic Con Africa 2018 in photos (and a video)

South Africa’s first Comic Con event kicked off at Kyalami Race Track and Convention Centre this morning, and there were plenty of punters waiting as the gates opened at 9am. We braved the traffic and got there early so we could snap a few pics of proceedings and get you […]

iStore will have the iPhone Xs and Xs Max on 28 September and you can get R2,000 worth of iCare Plus free

South Africans wanting the new iPhone Xs and its bigger sibling, the Xs Max, will be able to get them from iStore on 28 September. Impressively, that’s only a week after the devices launch in ‘Tier 1’ markets like the US, UK and Australia. Look at us, eh? We’re ‘Tier […]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 review: Mostly new dog, mostly old tricks

Back in 2011 the first Galaxy Note with its 5.3in display and S Pen stylus seemed ridiculous. Now it’s one of Samsung’s poster children, and its fans are deeply loyal. So, is the Note 9 worth the R19,000 asking price (add another R5,000 if you want the 512GB version)? That […]

Play then pay with Garmin Pay and FNB

Anyone who’s been watching the local tech news in recent weeks will know there’s been a rapid uptick in the number of mobile payment solutions available to South Africans. The latest is Garmin Pay, a contactless or tap-and-go payment solution that lets owners of specific Garmin wearable devices who bank […]

BlackBerry gets even cosier with Google with the new Key2 LE handset

There’s a new addition to the BlackBerry lineup, and while it still means business, it’s got a playful edge with it’s selection of three colours (and their names): Slate, Champagne and Atomic (aka, red). The BlackBerry Key2 LE is a modern-looking device, assuming you don’t find the physical keyboard deeply […]

The new Lenovo Yoga Book C930 is part e-reader, part laptop, all awesome

Alongside the monstrous ThinkPad X1 Extreme, Lenovo’s announced a handful of new Yoga products, from a non-convertible laptop (the first Yoga of its sort) to one packing a miniature Dolby Atmos-supporting sound bar, and our new favourite ultraportable, a Yoga Book with a regular display and an E-Ink one that […]

Lenovo’s new ThinkPad X1 Extreme is the all-rounder laptop we’ve been waiting for

Lenovo’s taken the wrappers off a huge selection of kit at IFA 2018 in Berlin, but the one that’ll get power users most excited is the update to its ThinkPad X1 flagship, called the ThinkPad X1 Extreme. Intended for the most demanding of business users who also want to watch […]

Acer’s launched a slew of updated laptops and gaming kit at IFA 2018

This year’s IFA event in Berlin is underway, and Acer was one of the first companies out the gate with announcements of new products. These include a super light-weight pair of Swift 5 laptops (a 15in and a 14in), the inclusion of 4G/LTE in the Swift 3 range, updates to […]

Jaguar’s making the electric E-type Zero a reality

Last year we were fortunate enough to get a look at the Jaguar E-type Zero, an all-electric concept car that saw an electric powertrain popped into an E-type body, resulting in the most beautiful electric car we’ve ever laid eyes on. Now Jaguar has announced the beautiful mix of retro […]

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