Everyone’s talking about the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and whether their size will affect their ability to fit into the pockets of skinny jeans and small evening purses…
The launch of any Apple product gets the competition shivering in their boots. With the launch of the Apple Watch, should the big Swiss companies start ‘watching’ the market a little bit closer?
What a joy it will be to not have to fumble through your wallet or purse, sorting through your 84 000 credit cards, debit cards, loyalty cards and the odd piece of paper money…
The beautiful Apple Watch is here. Have a look at what designers thought it might look like – some are good, some are bad, some would have been fun…
Apple have finally launched the Apple Watch. I, for one, will definitely be getting my own Apple Watch. Who wouldn’t? Watch the video and you will be wanting one too, I guarantee it.
The world is waiting with bated breath for the launch of Apple’s new products on September 9th. We will see the new iPhone 6, and the much anticipated iWatch. But what do the Swiss think?
Imagine when the day comes that you no longer have to haul out your wallet and look through 84 different bank cards before you find the right one to use on flowers and wine for your secret lover. Apple is going to make life easier, again.
Apple is set to reveal their new iPhone 6 later this month – wonderful news! Bet everyone can’t wait to sit at dinner parties showing off their new accessories.
Our smartphone’s are like our third hand, or our extra brain, or in some cases our best friends. That feeling when we lose them is horrific. The thought of someone else having access to our private lives is even worse…
The answer to our mobile phone-in-hand addiction and it is actually simpler than you would think
Amazon has unveiled its new Fire Phone device which is set to rival the top-end smartphones on the market, and it has a few tricks up its sleeve.
Decisions , decisions. We all know how increasingly difficult it has become to choose a new phone, come upgrade time. The possibilities are endless: iPhone, Samsung, Sony, Nokia – how can one name them all. And what makes it even harder is that they all have some feature that the other is lacking. The general [...]
They say that living around photos of memories that make you happiest is good for the psyche. Here’s a way for you to have a protective cover for your iPhone or Samsung Galaxy, personalised with an image that means something to YOU.
Cell phone crashing is to loud phone calls what photobombing is to duck face selfies. Comedian Greg Benson has the solution for stopping people from having obnoxiously loud cell phone conversations in public.
The cell phone market in South Africa is a strange beast, and even more so the smartphone market. Yes, there are many types of phones being sold – different form factors, different price points, and different manufacturers – but what people see most of the time is only what the large telecoms companies advertise to you.
A skills audit report done by PricewaterhouseCoopers may have SABC executives and staff member’s looking for new jobs. But after the report showed that “60% of executive and senior managers do not meet the minimum required level of strategic thinking skills for executives,” they may as well start applying at McDonalds.
Take a good look at the current electrical plug and socket in your house, because starting in 2015 the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) plans to get rid of it for good.
While popular rhetoric insists that low-end mobile subscribers in SA are getting a raw deal, that belief has been debunked by a “secret” report.
We all feel a little bit uneasy about our private emails being stashed and archived in someones inbox forever. Surely when we invented digital mail, we could have thought ahead and prevented it? Anyway, we didn’t – but now someone has created a service that will help with this.
Is this a good thing,or a bad thing? The thought of your home being controlled by Apple gives off a distinctly ‘I, Robot’ kind of vibe. Imagine you come home and within minutes your TV is set to your favourite channel, your lights are all on and the kettle is already boiling – without you having to lift a finger. All because your iPhone sensed that you just got home.
Being a consumer is great when you have two heavyweight tech brands fighting to the death for your money. The competition between Google and Apple is heating up – and that is totally fine by us. In response to Apple’s launch of the iPad Air and OS X Mavericks, Google released the new Nexus 5 phone, as well as their new Android operating system. But they didn’t stop there.
There have been sightings of four mysterious ‘barges’ floating in the San Francisco bay area. Journalists and coast guards have gone to extra lengths to find out precisely what these things are, and to whom they belong. Sadly, they’ve managed to find out nothing, except for the fact that they belong to Google, and that the internet-giant is using them for some sort of secret project.
South African-based ad agency, Joe Public, created this masterful campaign for a school in Johannesburg that teaches in both English and Afrikaans. The campaign features a series of posters with poetry on them – that’s not the clever part though. The clever part is that each of the poems can be read word-for-word in both English and Afrikaans, with only slight changes in meaning.
In a response to Apple’s launch of iOS 7, Google has come out with their very own revolutionary new mobile software update – the 4.4 KitKat. Android users will be happy to know that Google hasn’t made as stark of a change as Apple did with the new iOS, but they have made enough of a change to make the software look, feel and perform better.
Yoh yoh yoh! Look what they have in ‘Merica! US mobile network, T-mobile has announced that their customers will enjoy unlimited global data roaming at no extra charge as part of their Uncarrier initiative, starting October 31.
Every time the phone rings, this UK man hears cha ching! After getting sick and tired of receiving numerous calls from telemarketers, he figured out a way to make money from the whole ordeal.
Charlene deGuzman, who is variously a actress/comedian/musician/tap dancer/awesome person, stars in this smart and eye-opening short film entitled, ‘I Forgot My Phone’. The film documents the modern world we live in, which is saturated with smartphones.