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#RewriteTheRules with the Huawei P30 series

Huawei's newest series of top-shelf smartphones, the P30 Series headed by the camera-centric Huawei P30 Pro, has landing in South Africa with a bang. Whether users are keen on the high-end camera capabilities of Huawei's flagship, the still-amazingly-packed Huawei P30, or the budget category-dominating P30 Lite, there's something available for every need and every price point. 

Level up your Nintendo Switch: Grab these essentials to make Ninty’s best even better

Nintendo’s Switch console was a huge hit last year, turning out to be impressive enough to take away Stuff‘s coveted Gadget of the Year 2017 award at this year’s awards ceremony. The console is good. It’s very good. But, and it almost hurts to say this, it could be better. But that’s only because there’s an impressive lot of extras out one year on, a collection ...[Read More]

The 30 most anticipated games of 2018

Well, 2017 truly lived up to our expectations: it’s been one of the best years that gaming has ever seen. But we’re an optimistic bunch, and we think 2018 can be even better. It’s true! Why? Well for starters, developers are flocking to the Nintendo Switch and Nintendo itself has been delivering knockout experiences. Meanwhile, both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One should be well-s...[Read More]

The history of the Galaxy: how Samsung’s superphone has evolved over seven years

Can you remember anything notable that happened in 2010? We had to resort to Wikipedia ourselves, which is how we remembered that South Africa hosted the FIFA World Cup — how much did we have to drink that year, exactly? 2010 also saw the launch of Samsung’s first S series phone, the Galaxy S. We’ve moved on a lot in seven years (mostly by gaining weight and losing hair), but Sam...[Read More]

The 7 coolest smartwatches from Baselworld 2017

In the market for a dazzling new smartwatch? Your next connected timepiece might have been revealed, as the Baselworld 2017 watch and jewellery show rages on in Switzerland. Many of the top watch brands are riding the resurgent wave of Android Wear 2.0, debuting watches that run the gamut from minimal and affordable to bold and expensive, with a little bit of everything in between. And what’...[Read More]

The first 11 things you should do with your Nintendo Switch

With a new console comes a lot of learning. Follow these tips, though, you’ll be flying through Mario Kart‘s Urchin Underpass faster than you can say King Boo. Nintendo’s first new home console since 2012’s Wii U feels like it’s been forever coming. It’s a great piece of kit, with a real premium feeling that the, sadly, failed Wii U lacked entirely. But aside from playing the new Zelda game ...[Read More]

6 things we love about the iPhone 7… and 2 things we’re not so keen on

Apple’s iPhone 7 is now officially available – although you might actually have trouble finding one, given the usual pre-order barrage and release morning queues. And then there’s the fact that it’s not available in South Africa (officially) yet. At a glance, Apple’s latest and greatest doesn’t seem to bring any major improvements over the last couple, but while the c...[Read More]

Should you upgrade from Xbox One to One S?

So the new Microsoft Xbox One S is here, and the good news is… it’s great. Actually, scrub that – it’s fantastic. Microsoft’s new games machine rights the wrongs of the original Xbox One in some style, while bringing 4K output to the party in a way that moves the console goalposts. It’s currently the best console you can buy and Sony’s PlayStation Neo will have to go some to beat it when it arrive...[Read More]

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 – 5 things we love, and 4 things we don’t

The Galaxy Note 7 is here. It’s big, it’s beautiful, and it’s going to be bloody expensive. We’ve already spent some time with it and some of us think it could be the best phone in the world. Whatever side of the fence you lie on, there’s no denying it’s making waves. Having spent a bit more time with it at Samsung’s launch event, we’ve come up with a list of things we love and dislike about Samsu...[Read More]

Games For The New Year: 15 Games To Include In Your Calendar In 2016

Gaming in 2015 was huge. Mostly because of the massive trend in open-world gameplay, as was evidenced by Stuff‘s top picks for the year. 2016 looks, if anything, to be even bigger though it seems that this could well be the year of the shooter rather than the role-playing game. As for virtual reality… that might come into it a little too. We could be in for a few surprises come E3 but ...[Read More]

Does ‘Twitter Moments’ herald the comeback of human beings?

Earlier this month, Twitter launched a new feature called Moments, which offers a curated and frequently updated collection of tweets that the company describes as the “best of what’s happening on Twitter.” Under the headings “Today,” “News,” “Sports,” “Entertainment” and “Fun,” Moments showcases a series of text, video and photo tweets on topics ranging from the latest developments in the US pres...[Read More]

Here is your rundown of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus

This is the main event, the reason why we sat through one of the stranger of Apple’s September showcases. And ‘strange’ is putting it nicely. But we were all waiting on that iPhone announcement – Would we be getting the 6s or the 7? How about those camera upgrades? Would there be any new sensors? In short, would Apple be making any drastic changes? The answers lie below. 1 ...[Read More]

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