'Tis the time to be vigilant, because many a foe on the interwebs will try to spoil each weekly instalment of the last season of Game of Thrones.
Nintendo has made a move into the world of virtual reality (VR) with its new Labo kit that launches today. And this one is by far our favourite Labo kit since it’s inception.
We've been expecting a late 2019 launch for Disney's own streaming service, Disney+, for quite some time. Now Disney has made it official, with the service officially launching on 12 November this year. As for pricing, it's going to cost just $6.99 (about R100) a month. But, before you get too excited, that launch date and pricing hasn't been announced for South Africa. Yet.
At an Unpacked event in Hong Kong today, Samsung announced seven new devices that will join the Galaxy A range, these will come to South Africa.
In March, we saw Google make an unexpected announcement - the company is entering the gaming industry. The search engine giant announced its cloud-gaming platform, Google Stadia, that’ll run exclusively online. Basically it's Netflix, but for games. And now we know what internet speeds you’ll need. The news... isn't good. For South Africans, that is.
It's turning into a decent week for Nokia fans. We've already taken a look at the Nokia X71 (not a spy-plane) and now we've got local details for the Nokia 9 PureView. Specifically its availability and how much it's going to cost. And it's surprisingly inexpensive.
Huawei South Africa revealed its first official South African online store at its P30-series launch event this week, along with pricing for the new range.
WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned instant messaging service will now give users the option to control who adds them to groups.
The fate of Apple's AirPower charging mat, that was supposed to wirelessly charge an iPhone, AirPods, and an Apple Watch, is uncertain no longer. We've been expecting some kind of cancellation for a while and that's unfortunately a correct expectation. Apple's AirPower mat, rather than going into production, has been canned.
Huawei just took the wraps off of the P30 Pro at the recent announcement, but is it really worth the upgrade since the P20 Pro was one of Stuff's fave from 2018?