Steam’s 2017 Summer Sale kicked off at 19:00 on 22 June 2017, offering PC gamers around the world large discounts on a variety of games.
Sega has launched a collection of retro games for iPhone and Android.
Twitch announced it will be the exclusive streaming platform for multiple Blizzard tournaments.
The start date of Steam’s Summer Sale is 19:00 SAST on 22 June 2017.
Intel has stated on its website that its compute modules have been discontinued.
The latest MyBroadband Speed Test App results reveal that the MTN network recorded the highest mobile broadband speed test – 284Mbps.
AMD’s Radeon Vega Frontier Edition graphics card is now available from international retailers.
The increasing popularity of eSports and new PC hardware means that more gamers can now build a PC for competitive gaming.
The AA has warned drivers that talking on a cellphone, or texting, puts lives at risk.
Telkom recently announced its latest annual results, which showed significant growth in its mobile network division.
Atari CEO Fred Chesnais said the company is working on a new gaming console.
The next version of the Apple iPhone will be waterproof and have wireless charging, according to a statement by Wistron CEO Robert Hwang.
The iStore has launched new models of the iMac and MacBook Pro in South Africa.
Razer has launched its refreshed 13.3-inch Blade Stealth laptop.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that Dutch ISPs must block access to The Pirate Bay.
The May 2017 figures from NetMarketShare show that Windows 7 is still the desktop operating system of choice – and has grown its user base in recent months.
Internet Solutions will soon make a big announcement regarding a new product that will benefit the ISPs on its platform, CEO Saki Missaikos told MyBroadband.
Cracking group SteamPunks has delivered a key generator for Dishonored 2, a game protected by Denuvo’s digital rights management system.
Logitech has launched new gaming headsets made for “beyond gaming sessions”.
BenQ has revealed its latest line-up of professional desktop monitors, which range from 24-27 inches in size.