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Gadgets4Geeks – October 2019

Get pool updates on your phone PoolSense, conceptualised, designed and manufactured in South Africa, uses the Sigfox IoT network and changes the way people run...

Gadgets4Geeks – September 2019

Everything you need, on your wrist Fitbit has announced the launch of Fitbit Versa 2, the next generation of its best-selling smartwatch, Fitbit Versa. Versa...

Gadgets4Geeks – June 2019

Light on weight, big on sound LG’s XBOOM Go waterproof Bluetooth Speakers are designed with power and portability in mind. The PK3 model speakers provide...

Gadgets4Geeks – May 2019

Wireless charging for gaming controllers Powercast’s Wireless Charging Grips are apparently the world’s first genuinely wireless rechargeable consumer gaming product. The grips employ Powercast’s PowerHarvester...

Gadgets4Geeks – March 2019

Durable speakers with extra bass Sony has launched the new SRS-XB41, SRS-XB31, and SRS-XB21 extra bass wireless speakers in South Africa. Available in three colours,...

Gadgets4Geeks – February 2019

Laptop for digital learning Lenovo has announced an enhanced laptop lineup intended specifically to provide students and teachers with a more personalised learning experience. Offering...

Gadgets4Geeks – January 2019

Portable, flexible and fast Sony’s new RX100 VI Cybershot camera is portable, flexible and fast, offering professional image quality that makes it the perfect choice...

Gadgets4Geeks – Nov/Dec 2018

Compact and effortlessly stylish The new Nokia 5.1 is now available in South Africa. The signature aluminium unibody design has been refined to achieve ultimate...

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The March edition of EngineerIT has been published, another great read.

The March edition of EngineerIT has been published and is being delivered to subscribers. A PDF version is available...
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Coronavirus-themed security attacks on the increase

By Indi Siriniwasa, Vice President at Trend Micro Sub-Saharan Africa When there is a crisis, there are those who will...

IoT will become the biggest user of edge computing amidst increasing security concerns

From less than $1.5 billion in 2017 to an anticipated $9 billion by 2024, the worldwide edge computing market...

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