Cracking group Team-Xecuter has demonstrated its hack of the Nintendo Switch console.
Google Chrome remains the most popular Internet browser, according to data from NetMarketShare for December 2017.
A well-timed “sick day” is the perfect opportunity to catch up on gaming, especially longer titles you have not had time to play.
Steam has revealed its best games of 2017, based on data collected throughout the year.
Windows and Linux kernel developers are pushing out security updates for the operating systems to mitigate a security flaw in Intel processors.
Now that US President Donald Trump’s corporate tax cut has been passed, there is a 40% likelihood that Apple may acquire Netflix, Business Insider reported.
TorrentFreak has released its list of the most downloaded TV shows of 2017, ranked according to most downloaded single episode during the past year.
DStv offers several on-demand video services to clients, depending on the package they subscribe to, as well as live TV channel streaming and movie rentals.
Vodacom has increased the price of its 250MB monthly data bundle from R59 to R63.
TorrentFreak has released its list of the most downloaded movies through BitTorrent over the past week.
Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro boasts impressive performance for its price, packing support for upscaled 4K gaming and native 4K video streaming.
The launch of LTE-A by Internet Solutions has been a resounding success.
2018 will see the commercial launch of Root – a bank account which comes with a programmable credit card, online banking interface, mobile app, and APIs.
VR gaming has become more accessible as the price of hardware and VR headsets have decreased.
The Game Awards and GamesRadar’s Golden Joystick awards saw Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild take top honours.
Google has unveiled the statistics for its Year in Search 2017, detailing the most popular search trends for the year.
South Africans downloaded 493.3TB from Steam at an average rate of 6.1Mbps last week.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be screened in space and watched by astronauts living in Low Earth Orbit.
Java, C, and C++ remain the most popular programming languages in the world, according to the Tiobe Index for December 2017.
Cherry has unveiled its new MW 4500 wireless mouse, reported Tom’s Hardware.