Speed, simplicity and security Chrome OS is one of the lightest operating systems out there, with a fast boot time of 5-10 seconds. Chromebooks exhibit virtually no lag or stuttering when being used, and because of their cloud-oriented nature, users always have instant access to all data, applications, settings, and web extensions.
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Fitbit's New Luxe Is A Treat
Fitbit has launched a fitness ticker that looks more like a piece of jewellery than a watch. But will it be able to keep you on track?
Our Newest Buds - Jabra Elite 3
Jabra Elite 3
Tag Heuer Connected X Super Mario
Tag Heuer connected X Super Mario
Spare Your Wallet?
Fujifilm GFX50S II
Meet A New Generation Of Laptops, Built For Business
While Chromebooks only entered the global market in 2011, today many businesses choose them for their enterprise-class speed, simplicity, security, and affordability. So, what is it exactly about these features that makes Chromebooks so good for business?
The Consequences Of South Africa's Coal Addiction
The carbon-based material’s time in SA isn’t done but it’s only a matter of time before we’re forced to turn away from it as a power source
Why We Can't Afford To Let Eskom Fail
Called a just transition, the process of moving from coal to less environmentally damaging technology is not only the correct approach for our energy needs but allows the power utility to transition itself – and its related ecosystem – using a system that is also financially sustainable.
Coal's Future Was Always Black
South Africa’s reliance on coal always had an expiry date on it – Tim Cohen examines why Eskom looks like it was left in the fridge too long
Tester day once more
The in-ear buds that analyse your hearing then tune themselves to compensate are back… and this time they’re fully wireless
Jack of all trades
Samsung’s new smart monitor is what you’d get if you smashed a PC monitor and a smart TV together