The numbers from South Africa's largest mobile phone retailer show a massive shift is happening in the smartphone market.
The new LG G3, with its startling approach to the arithmetic of display, is the first serious contender for phone of the year, says Arthur Goldstuck.
A new smartphone from Alcatel signals the brand's intention to compete on design as well as price. And that's just one element of its strategy.
BlackBerry has followed the trend of producing high-end phones for emerging markets. But will the gamble pay off, asks Arthur Goldstuck.
Last week's release of Huawei's new flagship smartphone, the P7, rounds out the brand's aggressive strategy in South Africa.
Looking for live broadcasts of the 2014 Fifa World Cup on the internet can cost money or leave a malicious programme on your computer, experts warn.
Last year Lenovo became the world's number one PC maker. Now it aims to pursue smartphone dominance.
South Africa's latest General Household Survey shows healthy growth in internet connectivity, but the full story is less encouraging.
Epson's prototype for the production-line robot of the future tells us a lot about where automation technology is headed.
Why do children catch on to new technology faster than adults do? Arthur Goldstuck and Nikki Bush have a few answers for parents.