Kelis finally reveals her milkshake recipe
Way back in 2003, Kelis released her song “Milkshake” and since then, we’ve all bee waiting for the boys to come to the yard. Clearly that didn’t happen, but maybe it’s because we had the wrong milkshake recipe. Well, Kelis has finally revealed her milkshake recipe: My Milkshake  Ingredients:... Read more
8 South African world firsts
South Africa isn’t just the home of Melktert, Bunny Chow, Madiba and Table Mountain, there are other pretty cool things which have been invented here. Here are 8 South African firsts that have changed the world: Rooibos Tea – This one should come as no surprise. Going back as far... Read more
Dog lovers, these Android apps are for you
We welcome dogs into our lives because they’re lovable, loyal and fun to be around. Yet it also takes dedication, persistence and hard work from your side to ensure that your best friend is happy in its home. As’s Emma Savadier puts it: “It really is a privilege to be loved... Read more
4 essential South African made apps
We all download apps, and most of those apps are made by huge international corporations, but did you know that there are tons of great apps made by local developers? Here are 4 of our favourites: Parkfind Have you ever tried to find parking in the Cape Town CBD?... Read more
Walks to put Spring in your step
While walking has long been known for its health benefits – lowered blood-pressure, improved cognition, eased back-pain and more – it’s also a great way to explore while travelling. And it’s hard to imagine a better place to do that than Southern Africa in Spring. Shaun Pozyn Head of... Read more
Awesome PS4 Games Worth Checking Out
By Jeremy Proome The Playstation 4 has been delivering gems since its release, and this year has been no different. 2017 has provided us with a host of excellent games; and we thought we’d share some of the best that you should get your hands-on. Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Coming... Read more
Huawei challenges Apple’s Siri with Mobile AI
There was chatter around AI a couple of years ago, triggered by Apple’s voice assistant, Siri. And while voice assistants have retreated into the background, artificial intelligence has kept hold of people’s imaginations and remains a key trend in technology. Early in 2016, Huawei predicted the coming era of... Read more
Essential festival tech

Essential festival tech

Advice 12th September 2017 0

Spring is in the air and that means that it’s the start of festival season. Seeing your favourite bands and artists perform live is an amazing experience, but sharing that experience and capturing those memories is part of the fun. Ensuring that your phone is powered up and protected... Read more
Android apps to help you stay on top of the best festivals and events in South Africa this summer
Spring is in the air and a jam-packed calendar of sports, music and festivals is about to unfold—from Rocking The Daisies and OppiKoppi in October, enjoying the upcoming cricket season, becoming one with nature at the Hermanus Whale Festival to attending the feast of upcoming jazz, whisky and food festivals... Read more
Getting into VR? Here’s Everything You Need
VR headsets are the new sunglasses – everyone and their dog wants one, and yes, dogs would look as funny with a VR headset on as they do with sunglasses (it’s just a timeless joke). But with virtual reality hitting mainstream popularity, it can be overwhelming to know what... Read more