#BlackFriday deals for Gadget readers
Today is shaping up to be the biggest online shopping day of the year, and Gadget has lined up great deals stretching from South Africa to China.
Bitcoin and SA law
With the rise in popularity of cryptocurrencies, and more particularly, Bitcoin, the question which isn’t immediately thought of by investors is: how do cryptocurrencies fit into your estate plan and have you accounted for them? KEZIA TALBOT, Legal Adviser, BDO Wealth Advisers sheds some light.
Top 5 head into Hangman finals
The Top 5 contestants in Cell C’s Hangman – broadcast on e.tv on Sundays at 11h50 and available to watch on black – have been revealed as the race to the R1-million heats up.
Here are the contract deals on iPhone X
The iStore today announced network contract pricing and iStore card finance pricing for iPhone X available nationwide from 24 November 2017.
Gauteng rises in startup stakes
The Western Cape might still be the most popular region in South Africa in which to run a tech startup, but the province is losing ground to the country’s richest province – Gauteng, reveals a new survey. In addition, the number of black tech startups is on the rise.
Don’t lose your head on Black Friday
Fraud syndicates are likely preparing to pounce as shoppers throw caution to the wind in the Black Friday shopping frenzy, warns Ideco Biometrics CEO MARIUS COETZEE.
Peep into 2050
Kaspersky Lab’s multimedia project, Earth 2050, has now been updated to include visionary panoramas of Dubai, New York City and Moscow, and provides a futuristic image of what the world will look like in over 30 years’ time.
Oracle gears cloud for customers in SA
Enabling organisations to move workloads to the cloud while keeping their data on their own premises, Oracle has launched the Cloud at Customer solution in South Africa.
Smartphone sales rise 28‰
South African smartphone sales climbed 28% year-on-year to 3 million units in the third quarter of 2017, while basic mobile phone sales were up 6% to 1.6 million units for the same period, according to data from GfK South Africa.
Robots, from big screen to playroom
In the second of a series on consumer robots, ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK introduces characters that have leaped from the big screen to the playroom, where privacy has become the new watchword.