If there is one toy concept that has captivated generations of gamers and geeks, it’s the building blocks that Lego so cleverly turned into one of the biggest brands on Earth.
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The Best in Tech host Regardt van der Berg chats to author Sam Beckbessinger about managing money, how to avoid debt and why you should think twice about buying that shiny new gadget.
In this wide-ranging episode of The Best in Tech podcast, host Regardt van der Berg chats to 702’s Aki Anastasiou about how technology has changed traffic reporting, the future of autonomous cars in South Africa
It’s finally happened: the giant of music streaming services has launched in South Africa. Even though the Swedish company has more than 70m paying subscribers worldwide, it’s been largely absent from
In this episode, Regardt van der Berg chats to Thibault Dousson, GM of Lenovo South Africa, about technology, the PC landscape in South Africa and the rich 25-year history of the ThinkPad, a brand it acquired in 2004
The physical world and digital realms are inching closer to each other with every new product we see related to augmented reality and virtual reality). One of the biggest players in this arena is, surprisingly
When it comes to peripherals, two brands should jump out at you straight away: Microsoft and Logitech. Indeed, we have all, at one point or other, owned a keyboard, mouse or game controller branded by one of these companies
It’s been just over four years since since a small media production company in Knysna, started by Duran de Villiers, decided to explore the world of aerial photography. That idea turned into a multimillion-dollar drone business two
On TalkCentral this week, your hosts Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg chat about the court judgment against Faith Muthambi over set-top boxes. Also this week, there’s a fire at Icasa’s offices, thieves are
For years, the development of full artificial intelligence has been the brass ring of computer science. So many of our machines already “think” for themselves in terms of repetitive duties based on human programming, of course. But when the day comes when computers can actually interpret