Consoles, games & peripheral prices slashed!
Intel has hired Raja Koduri to head up its newly-formed Core and Visual Computing group.
Ubisoft has released its results for the first half of its financial year, which ended on 30 September 2017.
Effective Measure has released its website traffic statistics for October 2017, which show that News24 is the most popular website in South Africa.
The Pirate Bay’s Swedish domain has been re-registered and points to the torrent index’s website.
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Security researcher Troy Hunt – who runs Have I Been Pwned? – recently revealed a massive South African database leak.
Samsung has announced partnerships with game studios to bring games to DeX, its docking station that offers a desktop experience for its Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8 smartphones.
Google Chrome remains the most popular Internet browser, according to data from NetMarketShare for September 2017.
Microsoft is bringing back its IntelliMouse, in the form of the new Microsoft Classic IntelliMouse.
EA is closing its Visceral studio, the company announced.
A database which contains the private data of millions of South Africans – including ID numbers, contact details, addresses, and income estimates – has been exposed.
Effective Measure has released its latest statistics, which reveal what South Africa’s Internet audience looks like, how they live, and where they spend their time online.
rAge has released the results of its 2017 event, which attracted 35,845 visitors.
Orlando Pirates Football Club has launched an official FIFA eSports team.
The FPB will demand that Steam pay an annual licence fee to distribute its digital products in South Africa, it told MyBroadband.
Razer is developing a mobile device geared towards gaming and entertainment.
The Hague has ordered Dutch ISPs Ziggo and XS4ALL to block access to The Pirate Bay, TorrentFreak reported.
A new report shows that subscription music streaming is set to overtake digital music purchases.
Facebook is strengthening its policies and tools to better fight hate ads and prevent hateful terms being offered as ad targeting options.