What’s the fuss about walking 10,000 steps a day?
These days, everything seems a trend, from the food we eat to the clothes we wear to applying makeup. Is the new craze (well, not that new) for everyone to walk at least 10 000 steps a day just another fad and a marketing scheme to push wearable technology? ... Read more
7 Wine Gadgets Every Wine Lover Needs
If you’re into everything wine, then look no further. From aerating, thermometers and chillers – these gadgets will definitely add class and convenience to every bottle enjoyed. Corkcicle Corkcicle answers the perplex question of how to keep your whites crisp and light reds chilled. Simply freeze and insert into... Read more
Huawei’s Kirin 970 chipset is the start of a new smartphone AI revolution
AI is one of the biggest trends shaping the world right now. Recently, some of the biggest names in technology including Google, IBM, Facebook, Amazon, and Microsoft joined forces to launch the “Partnership on Artificial Intelligence to Benefit People and Society,” a project intended to guide the course of... Read more
Review: Introducing The Smart Power Diary
For some, a diary still serves as a more efficient method of keeping track of all that needs to be done during the day, week and month. Electronic calendars simply don’t cut it. However, this smart diary aims to bring back the power of the pen with its built-in power bank... Read more
So long iPod…
Yesterday, in a move that surprised almost no-one, Apple quietly discontinued the iPod shuffle and iPod nano. If you head over to Apple’s website, you’ll see that the only iPod now mentioned on the site is the iPod touch, which is essentially an iPhone without the phone. The shuffle... Read more
Charge your phone’s battery in seconds
Charging your phone can be an exercise in patience that many of us are just not in the mood for. Imagine if you could fully charge your cell phone in a matter of seconds? Researchers at Drexel University’s College of Engineering are able to thanks to their recent work unveiling... Read more
Wearable technology gets more wearable
Wearable technology is associated with fitness trackers and smartwatches, both of which are fairly niche products and haven’t quite delivered on the promise of more integrated, mobile technology. Health sensors are getting slimmer but they’re still too bulky to be truly efficient, however thanks to new technology we now... Read more
Who do you trust to protect your personal data?
When it comes to online security, many of us use the internet without giving a second thought to how secure a website – or the device we’re using – is. Morning Consult ran a survey in the United States to find out who Americans trusted to keep their personal... Read more
10 Super-Convenient Kitchen Appliances You Never Knew You Needed – For Under R1200
Toaster – check. Kettle – check. Microwave – check. Boring – double check. If you’re looking to spend less time in the kitchen grating carrots, then you came to the right place. We’ve sourced some handy gadgets that will make your trip to the kitchen a bit more interesting... Read more
Oral-B launches new GENIUS Intelligent Toothbrush system
There’s a saying that good things come in pairs. For anyone with considerable dental hygiene considerations, Oral-B has developed two new impressive innovations. The new Oral-B GENIUS intelligent toothbrush system and Oral-B Gum & Enamel Repair Toothpaste are exactly what dental health professionals will need for the finest attention... Read more