The 2018 A-Class from Mercedes-Benz brings a major technology update to the luxury compact car segment in the form of artificial intelligence.
Author Nafisa Akabor
In this, the third episode, of the Cars & Gadgets podcast, Nafisa Akabor chats to Duncan McLeod about Mercedes-Benz’s new A-Class, and specifically the vehicle’s MBUX artificial intelligence-powered voice assistant.
There hasn’t really been much of an “AirPod killer” until the Jabra Elite 65ts came out. These “true wireless” earbuds work with both Android phones and iOS devices.
In the second episode of Cars & Gadgets, Duncan McLeod speaks to Nafisa Akabor about Jabra’s new “true wireless” earbuds, the Elite 65t.
Playing with Samsung’s Galaxy Note9 is enough to make you forget what happened two years ago with the Note7. By Nafisa Akabor.
Samsung Pay went live in South Africa on Tuesday in beta form, with Absa clients getting exclusive access and Standard Bank to follow “soon”. Nafisa Akabor put it to the test.
Has LG Electronics just out-Samsunged Samsung? On Tuesday, the smaller of the two fierce rivals of Korean consumer electronics took the wraps off the G3, the successor to its highly regarded G2, which it released in 2013. In at least one respect, LG has leapt ahead of its bigger rival: the G3’s 5,5-inch display is 2K
Huawei has announced its newest flagship smartphone in Paris, France. Like its predecessor, the Ascend P6, which has sold more than 4m units, the new Ascend P7 is just 6,5mm thick, making it 1,1mm thinner than Apple’s iPhone 5s. And it boasts a 5-inch full-HD display with a pixel density of 445ppi – a figure the fast-growing Chinese company
Should you buy a Kindle? Essentially that is the question you have to ask when deciding to splash out for an e-reader. Amazon effectively owns the space with its combination of products and its amazing selection of e-books. The new Paperwhite comes with upgraded display technology, with higher contrast, faster processor, and
A curved display. In theory, it does sound like a clever idea because it fits better against your head when you are on a call. In reality, LG’s new G Flex is more gimmicky than practical. The 4G/LTE-powered G Flex is, of course, characterised by its huge 6-inch curved OLED display, although it has a relatively low-resolution