Make Games SA founder, Nicholas Hall, outlines how SA’s current environment is stifling local game devs.
This week Charlie, Nick and Brendyn delight your ears with a brief review of the LG G5, a chat about VR headsets and, we review Unchartered 4.
Sci-Hub, the torrent site for academic papers, is once again being targeted with takedown orders.
Now all South Africans can apply for a set top box regardless of whether they own a TV license or not.
If you want to see the gags from the brilliant Deadpool movie, but you have no inclination to buy the Blu-ray, we have a temporary solution for you.
One letter is all that separated South Africa from a regular day and a day of shock and horror.
For a brief couple of minutes, I had hope for VR. Soon after, I realised that it was all just a gimmick.
An open letter to the Special Envoy on Open Government Partnership, signed and endorsed by the Right2Know Campaign and 15 other organisations.
If you don’t have a head for law or Latin, this event is important to you as a South African, even if you don’t participate.
You can now react with a temporary flower to celebrate Mother’s Day on Sunday. But only in the markets that support it.
This launch was different than before, as the distance of the Japanese satellite’s orbit is further than what it normally undertakes.