LG brings robots to the airport
2018 sees the Winter Olympics head to South Korea, in preparation for this, LG is trialling new robots – the Airport Guide Robot and the Airport Cleaning Robot – at Incheon International Airport. First unveiled at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, these bots do exactly what their names state.... Read more
Samung To Unveil Note 8 In August
Samsung’s officially sent out invitations for its next Unpacked event which will be held in New York City on 23 August 2017. While the company hasn’t explicitly said what they’ll be unveiling, all signs point to it being the Galaxy Note 8. In a press release, the company says... Read more
Google Play Protect – A New Way To Protect Your Phone
Thanks to the increasing number of security holes and increased number of cyber attacks, protecting your phone is more important than ever before. Google knows this so they’ve begun rolling out Google Play Protect which was originally announced at I/O 2017. Essentially a part of the company’s existing security... 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
Google launches Hire

Google launches Hire Hot

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According to a study by Bersin by Deloitte, it takes an average of 52 days to fill an open position and costs about US$4,000 to interview, schedule and assess each candidate. At the end of the day, that adds up. Now, Hire–an app designed to help small and medium... Read more
Hisense announces the Rock Lite
The Hisense Rock smartphone might not be the best specced smartphone on the planet but it is one of the few rugged one available in South Africa. Clearly it must have garnered quite a fair amount of interest because Hisense has announced that they will be bringing the Rock... Read more
The Amazon Effect
There’s no doubt that Amazon.com has had a major impact on the way we shop, whether online or even in the physical world. A poll released by PwC states that 28% of shoppers worldwide say that Amazon has influenced their shopping behaviour, this applies to 39 percent of shoppers... Read more
A Battery Free Cellphone?
Smartphones, laptops, wearables and more are increasing in power and functionality but remaining stagnant when it comes to battery life. In fact, in the ever growing world of connected devices, the need for long lasting batteries should be seen as being as important as the need for increasingly improved... Read more
Nokia smartphones to feature ZEISS optics
Do you remember the Nokia N90? It was the first time we saw a Nokia handset with Carl Zeiss optics, essentially the forerunner of the camera / smartphone partnerships we see today, including Huawei and Leica as well as Motorola and Hasselblad. Fast forward to 2017 where we see... Read more
BMW’s New 4 Series Is Now Available In South Africa
Endowed with an aesthetic appeal and dynamic flair all of its own, the BMW 4 Series has stood out with its supremely assured and stylish air ever since its launch. A total of nearly 400,000 sales worldwide and just over 5,500 in South Africa (up to the end of 2016) is testimony... Read more