Nic Boerma, Author at Stuff

Nic Boerma

Previously the editor of PCFormat and T3, Nic is a wordsmith by day and a web developer by night. Or is that the other way round? He has been the managing editor of Stuff's print version for several years and is now the digital publisher, leading the web, mobile and app evolution of your favourite mag.

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Light Start – Magic Leap’s plain stumble, why no Xbox VR, Google’s Mini Stickers, and a R4.2m Mac

Is the Magic Leap headset a ‘tragic heap’? Way back in 2014, teaser videos for an amazing mixed-reality headset called the Magic Leap found their way online. Since then, developers have been champing at their digital bits for it to launch. The consumer release is expected in the next few months, but some demo units have been making their way out into the real world. One of the designer...[Read More]



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BMW 7 Series – Speak softly and carry a big stick

BMW’s 7 series is a misnomer. Beyond the tiny cult of smart folks driving them, everybody assumes that they are just a bigger, more serious line in BMW’s tidy little portfolio. They are ordinary to behold, almost boring at first glance and most folks would be hard pressed to picture them if there wasn’t a .jpg below this paragraph. One For The Drivers That’s the plan. BMW even admitted to it at a ...[Read More]

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Amazon opening JHB branch

After ten years of service in SA, Amazon is launching an office in Johannesburg to compliment its CapeTown development centre branch. The office will employ 250 skilled engineers and will focus on AWS (Amazon Web Service) and customer-focused services, so don’t bank on any drone drop-offs just yet. Interestingly, South African businesses were among the first to adopt Amazon’s hosting service...[Read More]

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