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Printers for home use

wireless printing

School reports. Forms. Documents. Photographs… We all need to print something sometimes. When that “sometimes” becomes fairly frequent, it is time to buy a printer suitable for home use. But with such variety available, which one should you  choose? That depends on your printing needs, your budget, and on how much physical space you can […]

How to build your own desktop computer

Custom PC Build

If you need a decent computer the prices can range from R3,000 to 40,000. The problem is that it doesn’t cater to your needs. Maybe you need a computer just for work, graphic design or just a beast of a gaming computer. Building your own computer may seem very technical – and it does require […]

Raspberry Pi 3

Raspberry Pi 5 awesome uses

The Raspberry Pi 3 is available in South Africa! However, there are many of us who have never heard of it or even know what it is. The Raspberry Pi is a single-board computer, the size of a credit card. The Raspberry Pi was developed in 2011 in the UK and has increased in popularity […]

October Microsoft Event

Microsoft event and the Surface Book

After Apple unveiled its latest and greatest and after, Google presented Android M, Microsoft stepped up in October to show what they have been up to. The main theme of the event was Microsoft challenging Apple.     The main star of the Microsoft October event was the Surface Pro 4 latest tablet to be released […]

Apple Event – The New iPad Pro

iPad Pro, iPhone S6 & Plus and Apple TV revealed

The Apple event has come and gone and has left consumers with several new products to pine after. Apple unveiled the new iPad Pro with a larger screen size of 12.9 inches and specs that have far exceeded previous iPads. The iPad Pro target markets are professionals and enterprises with new accessories such as the Apple […]

Windows 10 – Review of the new Microsoft OS

Windows 10 review since its release in July

The fallout between users and Microsoft from Windows 8 has resulted in Microsoft releasing the new OS (Operating system), Windows 10, for free to gain back customer loyalty. Windows 8 was developed for Touchscreen devices which left computer and laptop users at a loss. Windows 8 was difficult to use and just annoying to navigate.   […]

Oculus Rift required sepcifications

What you will need for Oculus Rift VR

Oculus Rift The Oculus Rift is a virtual reality headset which is set to open up the gaming world to new and exciting possibilities. The Oculus rift is scheduled to be released in the first quarter of 2016. In the meantime Oculus VR has released details regarding the specifications that your system will require.   Recommended […]

5 privacy tools for cyberspace

How to keep your online life private

  A big chunk of our lives is lived on the internet. We do research, shop and connect with friends and family online.  That’s why we need to know how to protect our personal information, because more than just prying eyes lurk in the cyberspace. Savvy criminals are able to steal your identity, burdening you […]

New MacBook released!

Apple has developed a new laptop thats even lighter and more energy efficient than before

  Apple has been leading the charge in the design of laptops for a few years now. There has, however, been a steady decline in laptop demand, partly due to new developments in smartphone and tablet technology. Apple has tried to incorporate more smartphone and tablet features into this new laptop in order to reverse […]

Windows 10 – The good, the bad or Windows 8

What has windows 10 improved from windows 8

Since the launch of Windows 8 there have been problems on the Microsoft front. The adoption rate commercially has been about 10% and for enterprises it has a similar or lower rate. The loss of the Windows start bar and bottom right taskbar window in Windows 8 was met with massive uproar which they quickly […]