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In the July/August 2019 issue of Stuff Magazine

Are you wondering why the alluring smell of freshly-printed magazines is in the air? That’s because the latest edition of Stuff Magazine has officially landed on magazine racks across the land. Which in turn means that the previous edition is now available in dentists’ waiting rooms nationwide. This dual edition is stacked full of the best in tech you can find atm. It kinda has to be b...[Read More]

Apple’s tvOS is getting multi-user, Xbox One and PS4 controller support

If you blinked last night you might have missed Apple's mention of tvOS, the operating system being used to run the Apple TV. The company doesn't typically place a massive emphasis on the operating system, perhaps because it's not quite as... sexy as iOS and macOS. But Apple's looking to change that, thanks to the new Apple TV features announced in March this year. 

Apple reveals iOS 13, with new features turning up all over the place

At WWDC 2019, Apple showed off a bunch of the features coming to iOS 13. Everything from standard upgrades to more intricate features were showed off at Apple's event, with a whole lot of demoing going on. Let's take a look at some of those. 

Apple’s watchOS 6 wants to make the Watch a more complete wearable

With watchOS 6, Apple is hoping to make its already excellent wearable even more useful. But how could it possibly do they, you cry? Well, turns out the Watch actually has room for improvement. We know, right?

Activision details multiplayer features for Call of Duty Mobile

Call of Duty series is all about making as much cash for Activision's shareholders as possible. Hence, all the microtransactions. And since Fortnight and PUBG have mobile versions, it was only a matter of time before Call of Duty Mobile appeared. 

Samsung’s Galaxy S10e is the mobile device for everyone

And lest you think that Samsung’s slightly smaller, more affordable option isn’t worthy of your attention, it’s time to point out just what the Galaxy S10e is capable of. This handset occupies a category all of its own, and it’s only ‘budget’ if you’re looking at the price. Promise.

Twitter now lets you add GIFs, images, and video to retweets

Twitter can be many things. A place to look at all the good dogs, Bront. A digital field for harvesting GIFs. A fine place to increase your blood pressure. A spot best used for harvesting news relevant to your interests. The trick is curating the folks that you follow in order to provide the experience you want. But don't you feel like Twitter could be more? Twitter does. 

Up close and personal with the camera tech in Huawei’s P30 Pro

Huawei's P30 Pro is the smartphone to beat in 2019. Competing brands are going to be hard-pressed to do so, though, as Huawei's got a head-start on its camera tech. And there's no denying that camera tech is the standout feature of Huawei's most powerful, most stylish smartphone to date. But what makes the device so special?

A user’s guide to self-driving cars

A controversy had Tesla at the centre of the debate in 2016, when it announced it would release self-driving capabilities over-the-air to their vehicles. Similar to what happened with Mercedes-Benz, the company was criticized for misleading advertising and “overstating the autonomy of its vehicles.”

Samsung is bringing some Buds (and their fitness friends) to the party

Samsung wasn't content to reveal their first folding smartphone and three new Galaxy S10 models at this year's Unpacked even in San Fran. No, they took the wraps off a set of wireless earbuds and two new fitness-focused wearables, too.

Android Q: What we know so far

Do you have Android Pie? We don’t have Android Pie yet (few in SA do) but we’ve already got some idea of what the as-yet unnamed successor Android Q will entail. Like smartphone leaks, keeping secrets about Google’s next mobile operating system instalment is tough to do. In this case, those intrepid folks from the XDA Developer’s Forum have managed to get their hands on an ...[Read More]

With BMW, high-tech features come standard

There are lots of reasons BMW drivers love their cars. For some, it’s the sheer driving pleasure offered by precision engineering, passionate design and attention to detail. For others, it’s the numerous creature comforts that combine to create vehicles that are as luxurious as they are engaging to drive. But for the technologically minded, there’s another reason they chose BMW: the cutting-edge t...[Read More]

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