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Xbox One gets South Africa launch date

Xbox One gets South Africa launch date

Microsoft will launch its much anticipated next-generation videogame and entertainment console, the Xbox One, in South Africa in September, distributor Westcon-Comztek has announced. The launch comes almost a year after Sony introduced its next-generation

Best smartphones of MWC 2014

Best smartphones of MWC 2014

Mobile World Congress (MWC) was dominated by prominent new smartphones from heavyweights Samsung, Nokia and Sony, with most revealing new and flagship handsets, but some, like Nokia, choosing instead to focus on more affordable devices aimed at emerging markets. Although Taiwan’s HTC did not

How technology is making us healthier

How technology is making us healthier

Self-tracking, body hacking, life-logging, wearables, the quantified self — you may have heard these terms being thrown around a lot in the past year thanks to companies such as Fitbit, Nike+ and Jawbone. It was these three companies that were largely

Most anticipated smartphones of 2014

Most anticipated smartphones of 2014

HTC, Sony, Samsung, LG, Apple, Nokia, Huawei. The world’s big smartphone makers are all expected to unveil new flagship devices in 2014, many of them in the next few months. But what can consumers look forward to?

The Sony Xperia Z1 reviewed

The Sony Xperia Z1 reviewed

The Xperia range of smartphones and tablet computers serves as a marker of Sony’s turnaround. The Japanese electronics company has come a long way from the humdrum Android devices it produced in conjunction with Ericsson to products that now stand up to the best

The mighty Apple has fallen to earth

The mighty Apple has fallen to earth

We can all let out our breath. Apple’s annual hypefest – sometimes called the iPhone launch – is over. As expected, and in accordance with Shapshak’s First Law of Smartphone Upgrades – minted for the previous iPhone launch – the device is thinner with a faster processor and better camera

Tipping point in the smartphone war

Tipping point in the smartphone war

The smartphone market could be reaching another tipping point. Several developments in recent weeks point to potentially big shifts in the fortunes of the major players. Let’s start with Apple, which on Tuesday took the wraps off not one but two new iPhones, a top-end model, the 5s, and, perhaps more significantly, a

What’s next from Sony

What’s next from Sony

Sony has made a remarkable comeback in smartphones in the past year. The super-thin 5-inch Xperia Z, regarded as one of this year’s top Android smartphones, has been lauded by critics. Now, say executives at Sony’s regional office, the company is hoping to expand on the Xperia Z’s sales success

Sony gets creative with Vaio Duo 13: review

Sony gets creative with Vaio Duo 13: review

It’s often the case that the bigger and more successful the company, the more difficult it is to innovate because of the number of conflicting agendas at play. The creative team may be wanting to push boundaries, but with executives watching the bottom line, left-field ideas often live and die on the drawing board

Sony gets its mojo back

Sony gets its mojo back

Once upon a time, Sony was Apple. For decades, the Japanese consumer electronics giant was known for its innovation as much as Apple is today. It commercialised the transistor radio with the TR-63 and popularised the console gaming market with the PlayStation. It pioneered

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