The Cotton Candy PC–on-a-stick and the Raspberry PI computer the size of a credit card herald yet another reinvention of computing.
An initiative to give boys a chance to be coached at Chelsea has shown how sponsorship can go beyond return on investment, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
The recently launched Samsung Galaxy S4 will be released in April and for once "around the world" means South Africa, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
A new entrant in the ultra-low-cost tablet market is also a global brand name at the high end. That could make all the difference.
With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S IV this week, it will be easy to forget the massive presence of the company’s other devices.
Research in Motion has been killed off as a brand, even as BlackBerry is resurrected, in a symbolic burying of the recent, disastrous past.
The much-debated question of how many apps an app store needs was put in a South African context at BlackBerry Jam developer conference in Amsterdam.
Lurking behind Apple's share-price woes is the manner in which the Samsung Galaxy S4 further eclipses the iPhone 5.
The first phone of the new BlackBerry era will be released in South Africa a month from now. Arthur Goldstuck gives his initial impressions.
Absa and Investec have both finally launched banking apps in the last two weeks – and both have taken a narrow view of the market.