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7:00
Jun 29, 2015

The Uber way

What else is Uber bringing to SA and how are South Africans using Uber?

3:40
Jun 11, 2015

Sensing a change

Intel tells us to get our hands off our tech.

4:20
Jun 1, 2015

Innovation on the go

Seeing is believing behind the scenes of Lenovo's global business.

1:30
Mar 24, 2015

BlackBerry pulls rabbit out of hat

Getting hands-on with the Blackberry Secure Samsung tablet at CeBIT 2015 shows the company still has some tricks in store.

4:00
Mar 20, 2015

R&D pays off

How do you manage 100?billion connections? You invest $30?billion into research.

3:20
Mar 18, 2015

Trough of disillusionment

Why are companies becoming disheartened with big data?

3:50
Mar 12, 2015

Apple Pay

How Apple fooled the world into thinking it solved the digital wallet issue.

4:00
Feb 4, 2015

The clues to Chrome

Seven little-known tips and tricks you must explore when using the Chrome Web browser.

2:40

Helping hands

A community of 3D printer enthusiasts is giving kids a new grip on life.

6:10
Oct 21, 2014

BlackBerry's secret recipe

BlackBerry Blend is the company's under-rated secret sauce for enterprise mobility.

4:50
Oct 2, 2014

10's a crowd

Microsoft is cleverly crowdsourcing Windows 10 development from its customers.

5:50
Aug 11, 2014

Still measuring page-views?

That's like measuring prank phone calls and saying customers love you - it's bull.

Liron Segev

Award-winning blogger Liron Segev argues that end-users make decisions by what they read, what they see and what they hear. Mostly, people turn to the Google search box to gain insights about the product or service they are interested in. However, with the amount of information that is bombarding end-users on a regular basis, it is difficult to separate what is credible from what is just marketing, Segev believes. As a result, end-users turn to an independent source that provides the information they seek. This is the role that Segev aims to fill with his blog, TheTechieGuy.com. Segev has distinguished himself and his blog by achieving the highest accolades in the field, winning the South African Best Science and Technology Blog in 2012 and again in 2013; and then going on to win the Best Advice Blog on the African continent in 2014. Since 2005, when the first blogger received press credentials to the White House, mainstream media have teamed up with influential bloggers to provide their audience with additional coverage and commentary. As a technical analyst and commentator, Segev provides such commentary, which ranges from new products and devices to news items gleaned from his media invitations to events around the world. Last updated: 14 January 2015