The new offerings are only available to iOS users in the US for now, but we finally have a glimpse at Facebook’s Clubhouse and Greenhouse clones.
The Devolver Digital title Phantom Abyss was supposed to launch on 22nd June.
At $9.99 per month HBO Max With Ads is cheaper, but that’s irrelevant when it’s unavailable.
SpaceX’s reusable rocket earns its name.
South Africa joins 12 other countries where Google has made its Play Points programme available to users to earn digital rewards.
CD Projekt Red suggests updating your OS if you’re struggling to launch Cyberpunk 2077.
Huawei Pay has been a long time coming, but now the mobile payment service is launching in South Africa come 3rd December.
Having officially launched in South Africa, the next-gen PlayStation 5 console is finally here. The only thing missing is the next-gen titles to match.
Following the local launch of the A72, now Oppo is bringing two new devices to the country this week – the A53s and the A15.
A part of EMUI 11, Huawei’s digital voice assistant Celia will be made available in five languages and 15 countries, with SA being one of them.
Previously, the only online store presence in the country was run by third parties, but now Apple is bringing an official platform to India.
It hasn’t taken long for Instagram Reels to look to capitalise on the fact that TikTok was recently banned in India.
Access to the public beta will coincide with a live virtual event for Android 11.
With two new services being launched recently, Uber Direct is being made available to South Africans.
The Information Centre has been available in South Africa, and now Facebook is launching it in 17 other countries on the continent.
The country’s lockdown has forced Huawei to push the launch of its new P40 series out by a few weeks.
The site’s launch has been delayed as the Trump administration misinformed the public as to what it will offer.
The coronavirus has impacted the Japanese camera maker’s ability to procure parts for its flagship offering.