Author

 
Brett Haggard

Brett Haggard

    Glastonbury 2014: Spoiled for choice
    Glastonbury 2014: Spoiled for choice
    Glastonbury is not for sissies. And that's if you discount the mayhem created by the roughly 200 000 people you have to share the festival with...
    Samsung Galaxy Note: A great alternative
    Samsung Galaxy Note: A great alternative
    Despite numerous attempts from some heavyweight technology vendors to break into the tablet market, Apple seems to remain top on the most- desired...
    Smartphones: The good, the bad and the ugly
    Smartphones: The good, the bad and the ugly
    Remember feature phones? Those candy-bar-shaped gadgets that allowed you to make voice calls and send SMS messages?
    A quaint marriage of the old and new
    A quaint marriage of the old and new
    If you've only just got used to the superior looks, performance and stability of the Windows 7 operating system, you're in for some disappointing...
    Bringing back the cool
    Bringing back the cool
    With Windows dominating the desktop operating system market by a substantial margin and Office considered to be one of the most essential pieces of...
    It's time for your tablet
    It's time for your tablet
    Tablet computers, electronic slates and digital pads. Call them what you like, there's no disputing that they're going to be an important part of...
    Logging on with the serious players
    Logging on with the serious players
    The words "gaming" and "notebook" are generally not used in the same sentence. And for good reason, too —
    Internet on the move with NeoGO
    Internet on the move with NeoGO
    Neotel's launch of its NeoGo service last month puts the company into direct competition with the likes of MTN and Vodacom in the mobile data...