In an effort to make mobile banking more accessible, FNB is launching its own branded smartphone.
FNB’s CEO of Consumer, Jan Kleynhans, and Head of Smart Devices, Kartik Mistry, today announced the release of it’s FNB branded Android smartphones which will be available from 380 of FNB’s branches this Friday – 26 August 2016. The “ConeXis” will come in two models, the ConeXis A1 and ConeXis X1.Read More
Where lies the next frontier in gaming? More bandwidth, bigger hard drives, bigger screens, better graphics and resolution…? One thing is certain: Everything will get bigger, brighter, faster… better!
But that is evolution – not revolution. The next frontier will not be in our toys, but how we play with them. Desks are dead. Gone are the days of being forced to engage on your desk or computer’s terms.
There can be no doubt that people in their millions will continue to latch on to the phenomenon of computer gaming – which has and will continue to change just about everything in the way we work and play. And just as certain, people will spend longer and longer stretches in front of computers...Read More
As you have probably heard, Apple released the details of the iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus and the AppleWatch last night. Along with these releases, Apple also released the “Gold Master” version of iOS 8 to developers. Now, if you’re like me and you want to get your hands on iOS 8 GM early, here’s what you need to do…
Before you carry on with the steps below, please be aware that you are doing this AT YOUR OWN RISK!Read More
Battlefield 4 Beta testing has begun after it was released for PC yesterday, 1 October, for some players who meet the requirements to get an early taste of the new game. Battlefield 4 Beta offers the map “Siege at Shanghai,” in which gamers can watch an entire skyscraper be destroyed and collapse into the gaming region during gameplay. The beta also offers two game modes: Conquest and domination.Read More
Maybe you’ve already updated to it, maybe you haven’t. Either way, Apple released their latest version of their new iOS 7 software is for download on the 26th of September. With a relatively small update in size, the iOS 7.0.2 update is available for iPod Touch, iPad 2 or newer and iPhone 4 or newer and it:
- Fixes bugs that could allow someone to bypass the Lock screen passcode
- Reintroduces a Greek keyboard option for passcode entry
If you’ve already updated to iOS 7, you may thoroughly be enjoying all the new features packed into the Apple operating system. But, let’s be honest for a second, between some of the new features like Control Center, AirDrop and iTunes Radio, as well as some of the updates to things like Notification Centre, Multitasking, Photos, Siri and the awesome Parallax effect,you might not be using all of them. There are probably some features you could turn off that are adding unnecessary strain on your iDevice battery. If this sounds like you, here are some iOS 7 Battery Saving Tips to prevent your battery from dying too quickly.
iOS 7 Battery Saving Tips
1. Disable Background App Refresh
Settings > General > Background App Refresh
A nice-to-have feature that isn’t so nice to the battery...
Many SimCity players have been experiencing server issues and connection problems since the debut of the new SimCity game. As a result, EA said in a press release on the 19th March, that they “sincerely apologise for the difficulties at launch [of the new SimCity game] and hope to make it up to you with a free PC game download from Origin.” Why? Well, as EA puts it in their press release… Because the “SimCity Mayors are incredibly important to the team at Maxis…” So to everyone who has already bought and registered their copy of SimCity, you will all be getting a *free PC game from SimCity*. How kind.
Free PC game from SimCity for everyone!
In the press release, EA listed the following 8 titles that you could choose from to make up for the frustrations of the server and connection issues:Read More
Even though the full the full design, other than its new remote, has not yet been released, GameStop has released some detail showing that Sony’s Playstation 4 is already building up quite the hype. Let the Playstation 4 VS Xbox 720 war begin!
According to a survey done by the people over at GameStop, more than 600,000 of its “PowerUp Rewards” members have already signed up to its PlayStation 4 First to Know List, which shows the strong demand for the new console when it launches a little later this year.
Initial release dates for the PS4 were set for October this year, but word on the Interwebs information highway says that it might even launch a bit sooner… Which, I hope it does!
So, even though all we know is some of the PS4 specs and what the control will look like, what’s your opinion...Read More
It seems it’s that time of the year again where all the social media networks are cleaning out their designs and layouts and trying a new design. I was busy surfing the net, and while on Pinterest I noticed an option to “Switch to The New Look,” so naturally I chose it… Click on one of the images below to see what the new look looks like:Read More