A simple need to make a payment has revealed how deeply flawed FNB’s Smart inContact process is.
It was inevitable that games would get more expensive with a new generation of consoles, but with all the choice available to some gamers, does it even matter if the cost of owning a game goes up?
YouTube’s reasoning for removing a diss track has viewers and content creators scratching their heads in confusion.
Not to sound too esoteric but what if we took a page from Reddit’s book and worked together to address the ills of the world?
Now that Samsung has removed chargers from its smartphone packaging, charging R990 for a 25W charger is just plain absurd.
2020 was a chaotic year dominated by a global pandemic. It was also a year when misinformation and failed attempts to curb its spread.
COVID-19 proved a boon for piracy in 2020, but next year it will get even worse, as streaming platforms add more exclusive and region-locked content.
FNB is debiting customers early because it knows “that many organisations pay employees earlier in December”. The key phrase there being many, not all.
With the forthcoming release of Project xCloud, and the massive value offered through Game Pass, Xbox Live Gold just looks silly.
Without all the baggage from the rest of the series can you enjoy Origami King?
The price of admission and the returns on your investment are weak and it has us wondering whether social media holds any sort of value for the local market.
The COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing lockdown have highlighted how drastic the digital divide is in 2020.
By no means is it a perfect game, but Star Citizen has impressed me a lot in the last few months.
Can’t we all just play together? Please?
The short of it is that Takealot’s offering feels half-baked and could have done with a bit more thought into what was being offered and how deliveries are handled.
With the spread of COVID-19 a growing concern, you might soon be asked to work from home. Here’s how we’ve done it for three years.
In the wee hours of the morning, in the middle of nowhere, Namola was a guiding light and a guardian angel.
We had hoped President Ramaphosa would tell us how government is fixing Eskom, but we’re just hearing the word “plans” on repeat.