Mobile device manufacturers have been quick to offer smartphone-to-PC systems, but do we really need them? Bryan Smith weighs in!
Bryan Smith weighs in on Apple’s decision to axe the iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle, which could amount to the company’s biggest opportunity in recent times.
Where Android One never truly took off, Google has revealed Android Go – a potential game-changer for smartphones in emerging markets.
Bryan Smith argues that while Microsoft’s Surface laptop might have solid heritage, the Redmond company has aimed its latest product directly at Google for all the wrong reasons.
How we finance and manage our small businesses in today’s South Africa is changing thanks to the increasingly important role of technology.
Apple’s new MacBook Pro will be a delight for general consumers, but has the company left behind the niche that propelled it to stardom?
Google’s October event revealed one key fact: The race to build the best smartphone is over, but the battle to build the best cross-platform AI has just begun.
Bryan Smith argues that Apple’s ‘best-ever’ iPhone 7 owes large amounts of its success to the heavyweights of the Android world.
Bitcoin is meant to create the economy tailor made for the digital realm. But what is the state of Bitcoin in 2016?
Bitcoin is sometimes referred to as the future currency; but is it merely a commodity bubble? Theunis van Rensburg investigates!