Cisco South Africa's Country Manager - Garsen Naidu - joins us to chat about the challenges that businesses have faced with remote working, how they need to pivot and adapt during these unprecedented times and the importance of diversity and inclusion in tech.
Android Authority's Hadlee Simons, Tech YouTuber Hayleigh Chamberlain (better known as HaylsWorld) and the Weekend Argus reporter, Sam Spiller, join us to chat about the great phone camera guide, Facebook buying GIPHY, Joe Rogan moving to Spotify, the iPhone SE, Motorola RAZR and a whole lot more!
Lenovo Legion, the future of laptop innovation, Motorola pulling out of South Africa and when you can expect the second-generation Motorola RAZR foldable to launch, Lenovo Africa's GM - Thibault Dousson - joined us to talk about all that and more.
On episode 4 of our weekly tech wrap-up, Memeburn's Andy Walker and tech journalist - and the man behind That Opinion Guy - Lindsey Schutters join me to chat about Samsung's Galaxy A51, Google Play Music being replaced by YouTube Music (we're not happy), Apple Watch Series 5 and Facebook Messenger Rooms. There's also a lot of banter of about Microsoft's services and some confusion around smartphone manufacturers now making TVs.
Shaun Durandt - GM: Southern Africa at HMD Global, The Home of Nokia Phones - joins us to chat about the brand's second wind, how it's been faring and the importance of value for money devices. We also tried to find out about the Nokia TV and when we can expect a true flagship smartphone from the well-loved brand.
This week we're joined by Android Authority's Hadlee Simons as well as South African tech journo, Clare Petra, as we chat about 5G, Microsoft Surface coming to South Africa, Elon Musk's child, Huawei's ecosystem and the best selling phones of the Q1 2020.
Acer Africa's General Manager joins us to chat about the future of laptops, working from home, the responsibility of tech companies in the world today, gaming and e-sports and gives us some advice for the next time you buy a new laptop or computer.
This week we're joined by Andy Walker - Editor of Memeburn.com - and Papi Mabele - Editor of twfld.com - as we talk about AWS Africa, whether ultra-premium flagship smartphones are necessary, our favourite wireless earbuds, Quibi and the Apple Watch.
The first episode of our weekly wrap-up of the biggest or most interesting tech stories from the past week.
This week we're joined by Hadlee Simons - tech journalist at Android Authority - and Andy Walker - editor at Memeburn and Gearburn as we talk about the new iPhone SE, Samsung's 20 Ultra DxOMark camera scores, Samsung's 600MP camera sensor, the LG Velvet and Apple's 2021 Macs.
Deloitte South Africa’s risk advisory cyber leader, Eric McGee, and Snapt CEO and co-founder, Dave Blakey, join us to talk about the importance of staying safe while online and provide some basic safety tips.
Technology has made content creation available to the masses, but is it possible to create great content using your smartphone or do you need fancy, high-end equipment?
Grant Hinds, Gamer, content creator, Twitch streamer and YouTuber, as well as content and social media strategist Talya Goldberg join us as we discuss this and try to figure out the rules and limitations of content creation using your smartphone.
HP Africa's Managing Director - Elisabeth Moreno - spoke about the importance of representation, technology, and technological education, in Africa. She also shared her thoughts on the importance of finding African solutions for African problems.
Originally meant as an interview for a written article, this very quickly became one of my favourite interviews.
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