Marcé Bester, Author at Stuff

Marcé Bester

Marce is the Deputy Digital Editor at Stuff Magazine.

Fitbit launches Charge 3 with up to 7-day battery life and updated health features

Fitbit is expanding on their Charge range with the new Fitbit Charge 3. The company’s latest mid-range wearable tracker is water resistant to 50m, features a range of nifty exercise modes, and promises up to a whopping 7-day battery life. You can even get Fitbit Pay on it… but only […]

Logitech announces ergonomic vertical mouse for your sensitive wrist

Logitech announced a new ergonomic mouse, designed to take the pressure off of your fragile wrists. It’s called the MX Vertical, and essentially takes the same design and performance cues as the rest of Logitech’s MX line, but flipped up on its side, like a car on two wheels in […]

Fujifilm South Africa launches rent-to-own programme

Upgrading from a phone to a “real camera” is a dream for many, but with the price of camera bodies and the lenses to go with them, it’s out of the realm of the possible for many. To address this, Fujifilm South Africa has launched a rent-to-own programme, which is […]

Leak confirms Diablo III is coming to the Nintendo Switch

Say goodbye to your free time, Diablo players, because the third title of the dungeon adventure game is coming to Nintendo Switch this year. Forbes accidentally published an article on it, ignoring the embargo, and Kotaku has confirmed it since… we guess it didn’t really have any choice. Blizzard Entertainment had […]

Local fighting game Boet Fighter looks very schweet, okes

Earlier this year, local game developer Robot Wizard attempted to crowdfund a point-and-click style game called Jengo… and failed. Now they’re back, collaborating with New Reality and local personality Hard Eddy with more muscles, bad tattoos, and plenty of ‘faaghting’ with a game called Boet Fighter. It looks as fun as […]

CoD: Black Ops 4 Blackout beta dates announced for PS4

Remember how everyone is on the battle royale mode bus, including Activision? The upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will include a battle royale mode, Call of Duty style, called Blackout. We’re so ready to try out the beta (not because we suck at Fortnite, mind you) which is awesome, because […]

Stream DStv Now directly to your TV (for free?)

Multichoice’s answer to Netflix, their VOD (Video on Demand) service called DStv Now, is coming to your TV screen — even if you don’t own a decoder. DStv has launched its new DStv Now app for Samsung smart TVs and Android boxes, which allows you to stream DStv content directly […]

How to get Fortnite on Android soon(ish)

If you’re not one of the lucky Samsung-device owners who has access to Fortnite right about now, there’s a way to get on the waiting list to receive an invite and actually play the game on Android. Fortnite’s journey to Android has been a complicated one. Epic Games has been […]

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 – Second beta, first impressions

What happens if you put a bunch of FPS developers (Treyarch) in a room with a group of Overwatch developers? They create a truly team-based FPS online multiplayer experience. Yeah, the specialists from the most recent Black Ops titles are back, but with more refined, dedicated roles for each of them. […]

Comic Con Africa confirms Vikings star will be here in September

If you’ve seen the History Channel show (that’s not all that historically correct) Vikings, you’ll probably recognise the leading man — king of the Vikings — Ragnar Lothbrok. Travis Fimmel, the man behind the face tattoos and hair braids, will be attending Comic Con Africa in September. For those who don’t […]

The Samsung Galaxy Watch could give Garmin and Fitbit sleepless nights

After a slip-up a month ago, we already knew to expect a new smartwatch from Samsung, but the details were slim. Last night the Galaxy Watch was unveiled at Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 unpacked event and it will officially be available in South Africa in September. There’s also an LTE-enabled version […]

Samsung enters the home assistant space with the Galaxy Home

Samsung announced its first smart speaker, the Galaxy Home, at the company’s Galaxy Note 9 Unpacked event. Powered by the company’s virtual voice assistant, Bixby, the Home also promises to work well as a multi-room audio solution, particularly given Samsung’s other audio-related announcement last night: it’s snuggled up to Spotify as it’s official […]

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