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10 great Wi-Fi gadgets for work and play

5 May No Comments webmaster NEWS

You’ve done the hard work of optimizing your Wi-Fi network, and it reliably beams high-speed data to every nook and cranny of your home or office. Now, it’s time to take it to the next level by connecting more than just computers. There’s a whole world of gadgets out there

First look: Apple’s new MacBook is small, yet completely capable

2 May No Comments webmaster NEWS

A few years ago, my first impression of the MacBook Air was generally dismissive — I felt the Air was underpowered and overpriced — until I took a second look and realized it was perfect for road warriors. I won’t make that mistake twice with Apple’s latest MacBook. Like the

Dell Wireless Dock brings wire-free computing closer

2 May No Comments webmaster NEWS

Dell’s updated wireless dock, when paired with new Latitude laptops with WiGig chips, is a step towards reducing reliance on cables and ports in PCs. The PC maker on Thursday starting shipping the Dell Wireless Dock, which removes the need for compatible laptops to be cabled up to peripherals like

9 cool iPhone 6 accessories you’ll use

2 May No Comments webmaster NEWS

If you are among the estimated 14 million plus lucky shoppers who managed to buy an iPhone 6-series phone so far, then you may want to take a look at these cool accessories. External storage The i-FlashDrive EVO is a neat little flash drive for your iPhone. Equipped with both

Memorable Moments in Mobile History

30 Apr No Comments webmaster NEWS

Mobile phones have evolved immensely over the past few decades, both in design and function. With a new development announced at least every month, there’s no stopping them. From brick-sized devices that weighed almost a kilo, to slick, light devices like the iPhone 6, it’s not just functionality that developer

How Tech will change how work gets done

30 Apr No Comments webmaster NEWS

More people than ever before are leaving the corporate office behind to work remotely. To address this, the technology industry has had to move fast and in just the past year, we have seen acquisitions, apps and services developed – all with a single goal: to help make people productive,

Do plug-in devices pose a threat to IT security?

30 Apr No Comments webmaster NEWS

Plugging in peripheral devices into work computers and other assets like printers is pretty commonplace in today’s businesses, even across Africa. Employees in a lot of companies literally have free reign to plug in whatever they want – be it a smartphone that needs charging, an MP3 player, a camera