By Wash | You might recognise Commander Chris Hadfield from his YouTube channel, where he answered questions from people back down on earth – things like “What happens when you wring out a wet wash cloth in space? He recently recorded this modified rendition of David Bowie’s Ground Control to Major Tom as his final goodbye to the International Space Station.
I’m ashamed to admit it, but… I like this little tablet.
For reasons only Galactus knows, the very nice folks at BMW South Africa decided to let me have my way with one of their brand spanking new BMW 320i cars. I’m no car expert, but I’m a huge car fan, which means that you won’t get a review detailing every nut and bolt holding the car together, but rather my very superficial experiences driving the car.
By Wash | I don’t know if you realise this, but we’ve got pictures of more planets and moons than you might realise.
You have to feel a little sorry for Nokia. What was once the household name in mobile phones is now, well, taking a beating from the rest of the smartphone space because it maybe didn’t move as quickly with the times as the rest of the world would have liked.
I trawl the internet daily in my pursuit of the latest, most cutting-edge technology on the international market, from Apple’s squeaky-clean and admittedly excellent products, to virtually unknown independent Chinese manufacturers starting to stir things up in the smartphone world. And so, as my first article contribution to this site, I have decided to review an old phone.
By Wash Media executives are slowly waking up to the fact that there is more than just sand and dragon poo on this great continent of Africa. I mean, there’s news that iTunes might be opening up a proper music and movie store to South Africa, and Nokia’s been doing a rip-roaring trade selling music …
By Wash I like Motorola. Maybe it’s because I like to support the underdog, maybe it’s because I still have fond memories of my first Motorola RAZR back in 2003. Either way, Motorola’s come out with some great smartphones of late, one of which I actually managed to bag for myself – the new Motorola …