BlackBerry announces Secusmart deal and BlackBerry Gaurdian to protect its 250 million BES users

BlackBerry is one of worlds biggest identity systems as it has over 250 million users who use BES which BlackBerry needs to protect by doing what it does best – offering […]

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Hands on review of the cheeky Nokia Lumia 630

One of the inescapable trends from Mobile World Congress this year was the multitude of so called  “entry level smartphones”.These phone were of varying quality where some were absolute rubbish […]

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6 Tips and Tricks every HTC One M8 owner must know

After having had the opportunity to use and review the HTC One, I was pretty upset when it seemed like HTC was no longer taking South Africa seriously. Internationally the […]

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Hands on review of the BlackBerry Z3 – punches above its price category

“The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated” said BlackBerry. Ok maybe it wasn’t BlackBerry who said it, but the sentiment is the same. While much of the tech […]

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Review of the LG G3 – a workaholic’s best friend

On my trip to Durban for a family holiday I realised that there is no better place to fully test a new mobile phone than when you are on holiday. […]

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Review of Huawei Ascend P7 spectacular device at an amazing price

“Wha-Way”. That is how you pronounce Huawei and as their advert says, that is the most complicated thing about their phones. I have been a long time user of the […]

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Review of the Sony Xperia M2 a great Mid-Level phone

We all want premium phones, but premium phones come at a premium price tag. This is what Sony must have had in mind when they designed the Sony Xperia M2 […]

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Superb Sound from Samsung Level On Headphone

When it comes music we all have different tastes. Some like RAP whilst other like COUNTRY. Trying to convince someone why they should listen to your genre of music is […]

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