Steam has released an update for its Store which overhauls its Curator game recommendation system.
Google has revealed the results of its 2017 Year in Search, offering an overview of the year’s major moments and top trends.
Showmax has shown exceptional growth over the past year, increasing its overall customer base by around 1,000%.
Lauren Schmidt Hissrich will be the showrunner for Netflix’s series based on The Witcher novels, reported Variety.
The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) has defined the display industry’s first fully-open standard specifying HDR quality.
We listed the best graphics cards for cryptocurrency mining in 2017, ranked by payback period.
Rain Mobile will launch fast, affordable mobile data services in metropolitan areas in 2018.
Openserve recently upgraded the upload speeds of its VDSL services.
Google Chrome remains the most popular Internet browser, according to data from NetMarketShare for November 2017.
Cybersmart launched two promotional 400Mbps capped fibre products on Black Friday, and the demand was so high they have been made standard offerings.
Apple has revealed the most popular apps, movies, and music on its App Store for 2017.
Google has released its top trending questions on Google SA this past week.
Nvidia has revealed its Titan V graphics card, which it says is the most powerful GPU ever created.
AMD is collaborating with Qualcomm to integrate Snapdragon LTE modems into Ryzen processors for notebooks.
Steam will no longer support Bitcoin as a payment method due to high fees and volatility in its value.
The latest stats from NetMarketShare show that Windows 7 is still the most popular desktop operating system, but Windows 10 is catching up.
The latest MyBroadband Speed Test App data reveals that Johannesburg enjoys the fastest Wi-Fi speeds.
Steam’s Hardware & Software Survey for November 2017 shows that PC gamers love Windows 7.
TorrentFreak has released its list of the most downloaded movies through BitTorrent over the past week.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has been instructed to commence an inquiry into digital platform providers such as Facebook and Google.