Following a strong Q3 2018, Lenovo aims to build on that momentum as it makes strides on multiple fronts for the new year.
The Democratic Alliance has vowed to oppose any imposing of a TV license fee on owners of smartphones, computers and tablets.
Shh. No more tears, only dreams. Thanks to Arduino!
Oculus has changed its minimum requirements thanks to some clever new tech and notebooks are more viable as a VR platform than ever before.
Enterprises won’t have to buy Windows 10 because Microsoft will offer it on a subscription basis.
EA have stated that Titanfall 2’s ‘worldwide release date’ includes local retailers.
Steering wheel peripherals usually cost a couple of thousand rand minimum. Here’s how to jerry-rig one together.
If you have been following the news surrounding cross-play and Rocket League, this shouldn’t really come as a surprise.
Still on the fence about Windows 10? Microsoft’s new demo portal aims to show you what you’re missing.
Just when we thought it was safe to wade back into GPU waters, it appears NVIDIA has something up their sleeve.
Warning: Productivity may go out the window once you get started on Mars Trek.
Unified apps, realtime syncing, Cortana and mapping integration top the latest new features in Windows 10.
Can AMD be the comeback-kid again?
If you’re using Windows 8.1, you’ll have to install the new Update if you want to continue receiving security patches from Microsoft.
Big patch heading this way next week.
More woes for traditional PC manufacturers.
Sony could be leaving the traditional PC behind.
The truth is out there.