Step aside, Tron and Akira bikes, because Blackstone Tek (BST), a South African carbon fibre wheel manufacturer has developed the most sci-fi electric motorbike ever.
When we picked up Pokémon Sword on Friday afternoon, it was the first Pokémon game we had played in… a while. No judgement, thanks. But the last region we conquered was the Hoenn region. Because we tend to head to Google when we get stuck in Sword, we decided to compile a nifty little guide to Pokémon Sword and Shield.
This week in Light Start — we’re ready for hidden likes on Instagram (globally), Ford launched a macho EV, Google’s Stadia’s lacking in oomph and Google launches RCS messaging in the US.
If you’ve been holding off on investing in an Xbox’s Game Pass, now’s the time to sub. Because Microsoft is sweetening the deal for new subscribers, while pushing out some brilliant game additions for the foreseeable future.
How’s this one for timing, Just after the official launch of Disney+ (not in South Africa, mind) Netflix decides to invest in some children’s programming.
Whether you agree or not, Netflix is currently dominating the streaming-race. It (arguably) has the best content, original and otherwise, available to South Africans right now. Yeah, streaming services are popping up like flies in the South African summer. But here, we don’t have access to half of ‘em.
The South African banking sector is getting a well-deserved shake-up. All thanks to new banks popping up over the past year, One of which is the highly anticipated Bank Zero. Zero will focus on more transparency in a sector that’s historically thrived on keeping customers in the dark.
If we asked you what’s the last thing you’d want Facebook to have access to, it’ll probably be your bank account. We have news for you — Facebook has launched its Facebook Pay feature in the US this week, which allows you to… wait for it… send people money via Messenger.