Nokia Buys Out France Based Competitor

By: By: Snethemba Ngcobo You, your friends and probably every adult member in your family has at some point owned a Nokia handset.  Not to assume too much, but that point was most likely during the late nineties, to the mid two thousands.  This was during a time at which Nokia monopolized the industry when …

Coffee or gaming ?

    By Palesa Sehloho Gaming could possibly be the next best thing that’s happened since caffeine filled drinks. We speak on behalf of Doctors, Architects, Journalists and anyone else that works till their brain collapses. Even the most stuck up professionals enjoy gaming. The idea of video games to most, that don’t enjoy them …

The Meme Evolution

By Snethemba Ngcobo The Meme culture has hit our internet circles fast and hard. Most of us have never taken the time to analyze the origins of Memes, yet we read share and some of us even create them every day, with most of their referential humor being apparent. In our current world the Internet …

SILENT CIRCLE: BLACKPHONE 2

By Palesa Sehloho Many companies have taken advanced steps in order to eradicate the recent high profiled hack-ins. Popular companies have been breached, with many other companies experiencing unforeseen “loopholes” in their system. The first edition of the Blackphone, released 30 June 2014, was introduced by the Silent Circle as the world’s first enterprise privacy …

Google Earth shipwreck rescue hoax may lead to useful software developments

Where there’s life there’s hope, or at least where there’s an internet connection and the aid of the all-seeing eye of Google Earth. In what sounds like a rerun of a ‘Lost’ episode, Google Earth (more likely to assist with 3D inner city directions than cross-continental rescues) was involved in a viral hoax claiming it helped …

Prince clamps down on illegal music distribution with a $22m lawsuit

You’ll think twice before sharing your latest concert experiences on Youtube after you’ve read this, Golden Circle or not… Like many artists, Prince must be fed up of the free and sometimes illegal online distribution of live footage from his concerts – footage that would otherwise have been seen only by (paying) gig-attendees and DVD …