OK so you have been waiting for the iPad to be officially launched in SA, so where do you get it? Here is the official list of locations to go find itOK so you have been waiting for the iPad to be officially launched in SA, so where do you get it? Here is the official list of locations to go find it
If you are one of the people who have been dying to get an iPad, but somehow did not manage to get one through “unofficial” channels up until now, you are in luck. As of today you can finally buy the Apple iPad in official Apple reseller stores in South Africa.
I have to be honest – I have become quite numb from reading about all the new tablets coming out, especially the Android ones. They all seem similiar, yet only one or two stand out, like the Motorola Xoom. I am much more interested to see what HP is working on…
I was prepared to be wholly underwhelmed by the Galaxy Tab. I thought that I was going to brush it off as Samsungâ€™s attempt to get a foot in the door before everyone else. Fortunately, I was pleasantly surprised…
Now that CES is over and done, we can finally relax after the flood of tablet related news. Or can we?
With many people getting their hands on the Kinect this past holiday, we decided it might be a good idea to get some hands-on experience with the device. Is it worth it? Is it kids only at this point?
Yesterday was a big day for Android. Gingerbread was officially announced, the next version of Android (Hummingbird) was demoed by Andy Rubin on a dual-core tablet at All Things D, and Google unveiled their next flagship phone, the Nexus S.
Today on Memeburn Matthew Buckland wrote a piece entitled “5 reasons why the iPad is a fat waste of money”, and it was subsequently passed around on Twitter. Here is my opinion on Matthew’s reasons for stating that the iPad is waste of money.
Microsoft is dropping its Drive Extender technology in the next release of Windows Home Server, which is one of the most fundamental parts of the personal server operating system.
Pirated computer software is currently costing legal resellers and the local computer industry millions of rands a month through lost revenues â€“ and leaving thousands of unsuspecting computer owners up the creek without support.