Two smartphones show that even in the "bring your own device" era, there is life left in phones geared towards enterprise, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
The digital divide between developed and developing countries is no longer only about access, but in attitudes to technology, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
SA has been circumventing restrictions on the US-based Netflix service, but that’s not what has changed video-on-demand, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
It's customary, in January, to make predictions for the year ahead. Arthur Goldstuck sees 2015 as the year of connections.
Arthur Goldstuck chooses the best lower-range and entry-level phones of 2014.
During a keynote address at the International CES 2015 expo in Las Vegas this week, Intel unveiled its smallest computing module yet.
Samsung will unveil the first all-in-one PC with a curved screen, at the International CES in Las Vegas next week.
The world’s biggest consumer technology fair, the International CES, kicks off in Las Vegas on Monday with a big emphasis on the Internet of Things.
Some gadgets are a necessity; some are hard to justify, no matter how cool. Arthur Goldstuck selects the most unnecessary yet most compelling of 2014.
Arthur Goldstuck's stand-out gadget is not exactly something you can hold. The Nissan Leaf is a high-tech experience that rewrites the future.