South Africans pay much more for tech and computing products than their counterparts in the United States.
Fitbit has launched its Fitbit Charge 2 and Fitbit Flex 2, two new fitness wristbands which will track all your health and fitness statistics.
If you think Samsung or LG sells the most televisions in South Africa, you would be wrong.
This week, Makro’s Big Birthday Bash specials continue while Dion Wired and Game are offering big discounts on tech products.
Samsung has started selling its Dolby Atmos-equipped soundbars, following their unveiling at CES.
Garmin has revealed the Fenix Chronos, a premium version of its multisport watch.
Canon has unveiled the EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR camera, sporting a 30.4MP 35mm full-frame CMOS sensor.
We take a look at how Canon and Nikon’s South African camera prices compare against international prices.
A Nikon user in South Africa has resorted to importing a lens from Australia because local prices are “a crazy rip-off”, but Nikon SA says people are misled by “incorrect information”.
An MIT spinout is preparing to commercialize a novel rechargable lithium metal battery that offers double the energy capacity of the lithium ion batteries that power many of today’s consumer electronics.