TorrentFreak has released its list of the most downloaded movies through BitTorrent over the past week.
3D TVs are set to disappear from South African store shelves, following Samsung, LG, and Sony dropping 3D support for their displays.
Sometimes things change for the worse.
Lucozade has extended its Win-Win lucky draw to 24 January, where you could win data or the grand prize of R100,000.
Here’s what games are hitting local stores and online retailers this week.
Bigben Interactive has announced that the Revolution Pro Controller for the PlayStation 4 is available in South Africa.
Asus recently launched the Tinker Board, a mini PC similar to the Raspberry Pi.
VRCade kindly invited MyBroadband to come over and try out its equipment and latest VR games – an invite which any PC gamer would never decline.
AOC has revealed its new AGON AG352UCG curved LCD gaming monitor.
Certain human behaviors such as rape, marital infidelity and some forms of domestic abuse have been portrayed as adaptive traits that evolved because males are promiscuous while females are sexually reluctant.
Google South Africa has revealed the top trending searches for the week, which include “How to trade forex”, “How to cook spaghetti”, and “What to do in Durban”.
No one is born with an innate understanding of time, and babies must learn to synchronize and coordinate their behavior with the rest of the world.
New footage from Mass Effect: Andromeda, Injustice 2, Yooka-Laylee, & more!
The NPD Group has released its 2016 sales figures for the US video game industry.
AMD’s Polaris and Nvidia’s Pascal graphics card line-ups both include capable budget cards which pack high power for their price range.
Fibre-to-the-home service provider Cool Ideas has made its traffic graphs public, which show that local traffic far exceeds international traffic on its network.
A little something for everyone.
No Man’s Sky, Batman: Arkham Knight and others on sale!
The amount of money drivers can make depends on three factors – operating location, operating time, and daily hours spent driving.
The prevalence of IoT devices means that many gadget lovers will soon be searching for a virtual assistant for their home.
Cute, but horrifying.