might just be the perfect Blackberry. Since 2008 RIM has been trying to build the “iPhone killer”, first with the Blackberry Storm and Storm 2, and recently the Torch. While the Storm was not universally liked, the Torch did a lot better because it held on to the one thing that makes a Blackberry a Blackberry – the keyboard. The new 9900 models bring together the great form factor of the Bold series with a new touch enabled Blackberry OS 7 operating system.
Xbox fans have been jumped at the Kinect peripheral and games, and so Microsoft have been quick to roll out new challenges to keep the hype up. Available for 320 Microsoft Points exclusively on Xbox LIVE, the â€œCalorie Challengeâ€ game add-on offers 250 new Achievements Points, and two new Avatar Awards.
This Just In: SA to get iPad 2 on 29 April!
Well this is great news – last year South Africa only got the iPad in November, some six months after the rest of the world. Well it seems Core or Apple have been listening to our complaints of getting the iPad late. It looks like SA does not have to be treated like a second class tech ogy citizens, and we will be getting the Apple iPad 2 very soon!
8ta today announced their Blackberry deals, and it really looks good. Compared to other networks their deals are a lot more comprehensive for the average user, and they really have some great value add ons. While Blackberry is a very good deal in SA, most people do not realise that youtube […]
In November of last year, Motorola launched the MB525 (also known as the DEFY) in South Africa. We lived with the MB525 for a week or two, and put it through its paces.
The Motorola MB525 is touted as being â€œlife-proofâ€, which is an all-in-one term coined to encompass the dust-, shock-, and water-proof”ness” of the device.
OK Xbox fans – here is Microsoft’s big request to help them set a world record this weekend…
Starting this week, Xbox South Africa is teaming up with its local retailers to offer 50% off a 12-month Xbox LIVE Gold subscription with any Xbox game or console purchased.
It looks like Vodacom is starting to cater more its gadget-loving consumers by announcing the availability of Multi Data SIM – which allows consumers to have up to 5 SIM cards linked to the same data bundle. What is the deal?
Minutes before the opening an army of blue T-shirt wearing Apple employees announced themselves on the street putting up blockades and handing out little tickets to each person entitling them to a maximum of 2 iPads. Moments before opening the doors they began cheering, taking pictures and building the crowd up as if one were at a rock concert…
While other countries have had traffic conditions built into Google Maps, SA has not been so lucky so far. Luckily Tomtom has stepped up – they are making their actual live HD Traffic service available to anyone with a browser