Picture this: You're texting with your friends as you're leaving work when you remember you completely forgot to organize dinner. So, without leaving your messaging conversation, you find a pizza delivery place, order an Uber home and check your bank's account balance.

That convenient future is right around the corner — in fact, it's already starting to happen. If it happens at full speed, as some predict, we're looking at an end to our current clumsy toggling between apps, mobile

There's more you can do than destroy your hearing.

1. Triple click the center button and hold to rewind.

2. Juggle multiple calls.
If you're already on the phone and get another call, click the center button once to hold your current call and answer the second one.

3. Hit the center button once while on a call to hang up.
4. Double click and hold to fast forward through a song.

5. Click the center button once to answer a phone call.

6. Take a photo.

Technology has become part of our human existence and for many people, the first thing they reach out for when they wake up in the morning is their phones—not to check the time but to head straight to Instagram, Whatsapp or Facebook.

In an article I wrote a few years ago, I mentioned that “[g]radually and unconsciously, it seems we are trading being complex human beings for being robotic individuals congregating in a virtual world where our thoughts and actions are interpreted by

Evidence drawn from social media is playing a bigger role in workplace disputes.

According to lawyers working for the South African’s leading online site for free legal advice Law on the Web, information gathered from social media is cropping up more frequently in employment disputes and tribunals. In many case the information is used to discredit or disprove claims made by employees.

Based on their experience, the employment law team at Law on the Web has compiled a list of the

For past 10 years or so processor speed, RAM and CPU load increased more than 10 fold, comparatively in terms of battery technology there was a little improvement. But good news is that you can get lot more battery life from your Android smartphone by strategically adjusting some settings and disabling a few unwanted features.
10. Enable Power Saver mode
Turn on Power Saver mode when you are running low on battery. Android 5.0 Lollipop comes with inbuilt power saver mode. Along with

It’s truly a huge messaging world! It looks like the smartphones have taken over all humans as that is the only thing we do all the time. We are inseparable from our phones, and WhatsApp is one of the most addictive applications that keeps us glued. While chatting, we often come in contact with some really annoying replies by people. Here, we have compiled some of them just to crack you up!!
This list is compiled to specifically offend some people!!!  
The Epic “K”

According to the World Bank, Sub-Saharan Africa is projected to remain one of the fastest growing regions in the world. While Africa's economy is soaring past most regions with an annual growth of about 5% due mainly to increased agriculture production, infrastructure investment including transportation, ports and energy as well as buoyant services led by tourism, telecommunications and financial services, the continent's middle class is expected to swell to approximately 300 million people

If content is king, then design (website) is the castle. Good web design for businesses not only has the content to peak audience interest for whatever product or service you’re selling, but also has an intuitive UI to encourage sales.
Lots of designers think they have brilliant ideas for designing UI, but without real world user experience telling them what their audience needs. How can one know if their design is the best? As Steve Jobs once said: “Design is not just what it looks

South Africa has some of the sharpest minds in the world so it’s no surprise that some inventions used across the globe were invented by South Africans, forever changing the face of medicine, technology, and…pool cleaning?
1. Kreepy Krauly
Unless you’re an avid scuba diver, it’s unlikely that you wanted to clean the bottom of your pool by hand. Enter the Kreepy Krauly. Invented by South African Ferdinand Chauvier in 1974, it collects dirt from the bottom of the pool automatically as

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