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Whether you’re into fast-paced action films, thrilling dramas, or stand-up comedy, the latest shows on South Africa’s streaming services offer a bit of everything.
Razer has launched its Power Bank accessory, a 12,800mAh portable battery which can power smartphones and laptops.
AOC has launched two new curved LCD monitors, the AGON AG272FCX and the AGON AG322QCX.
Steam has announced that it will be adding sales tax to game prices across a number of countries, including South Africa.
AMD’s new Ryzen 7 processors – aimed at high-end desktop users – are available for pre-order in South Africa.
The high-end Asus ROG Swift PG258Q gaming monitor is set to launch in South Africa later this year.
You will need a 7th-Gen Kaby Lake processor to use Intel’s Optane storage.
Researchers at Stanford have found a way to improve the performance of next-generation processors by coating copper interconnects with graphene.
Google and Microsoft have agreed to demote search results from copyright-infringing websites in the UK.
We compared a single graphics card from each architecture, focusing on GPUs of the same performance class.
DICE has added additional server support for Battlefield 1, launching servers in South Africa, Hong Kong, and Dubai.
Desktop PCs can fulfil a variety of roles, from powerful workstations to budget gaming builds.
The Xbox One S console will be available for pre-order in South Africa from 20 February 2017.
It’s the end of another week, and a batch of new series and movies has made its way onto streaming services in South Africa.
If virtual reality turns out to be a complete failure, Valve head Gabe Newell would be fine with the outcome.
EVGA’s new iCX cooling technology aims to provide gamers with an expanded level of control over their GPU temperatures.
Microsoft is set to unveil more details about Xbox Project Scorpio on 11 June as part of its E3 briefing.
Sony had announced it is ending PlayStation Now support on all devices, except the PlayStation 4 and Windows PCs.
NetMarketShare figures reveal that the death of Blackberry smartphones is steadily approaching.