Unlike Christmas music in retail stores, there’s at least one thing to look forward to in early December — and that’s Spotify Wrapped. Every year the music streaming service looks at your past listening habits and creates a summary of what you’ve been up to. Even if it includes some embarrassing entries.
To be honest, we’re not quite sure if this is an elaborate hoax just yet. But Roberto Escobar, the brother of Pablo Escobar (yes, the drug kingpin) has made a foldable phone called the Fold 1. And the promotional videos call out Steve Jobs directly, and… what is happening?
Before you get too excited, we’re not here to crown you ‘Best GAMR eva’ just yet. You may, however, get the chance to sit in a throne. Like, a real throne, not the one next to the marble bathtub… We have teamed up with Acer and Predator South Africa to give one reader and a friend the chance to be real gamer royalty.
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Black, Cell C’s answer to streaming services like Netflix and (more local) Showmax will shut down on 31 December 2019. The streaming service sent an SMS to current customers saying that after a ‘review of our product portfolio’, it’ll suspend the service.
If there’s one thing we could all do without, it is going to renew any type of official document. You’ve gotta take time off work, stand in long queues in humid rooms and navigate unorganised government buildings. Not anymore, thanks to a platform called ChatBack.
We can confirm, with a decent level of certainty, that the Fitbit Versa 2 does what it needs to do… fairly well. It’s not too big, not too small, not too clever, and not too dumb. It lives in a solid middle ground — perfect for someone who’s looking for a fitness tracker with a bit of everything.
Twitter’s decided it’s time to take out the trash, and will remove all inactive accounts from 11 December of this year. If you haven’t used your Twitter account in the last six months, better check your mails, bud.
Yeah, we’ve got Uber and Bolt, but Africa has been slow in adopting electric scooters (or simply e-scooters). Well, the micromobility operator, Lime, will launch e-scooters in the city of Cape Town early next year.