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Collectables guitars to covet

One of the most famous guitarists nobody ever heard of spreads the guitar gospel to the coming generation – and talks collectables with us....

The cloud – How afraid should you be?

How it works, what’s new and how o get your phone to stop running out of storage....

SKILLS: A kids’ bed for a small space

In a new home with little room and my kids too big for cribs, I built their first bed with rough plans, reclaimed timber, and...

Space Drones inside nasa’s jet propulsion lab

Everyone’s talking about private industry getting humans on Mars. Mars trips! Mars houses! Mars colonies! But no one’s going anywhere without the help of one...

UAV school Licensed to fly

UAV school Licensed to fly

Commercial use of remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS) isn’t a game and doesn’t get treated as one. Even hobbyist unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) can pose...

December 2016

December 2016

Flights of fancy A friend of mine pilots a quadcopter UAV as a hobby, and having seen him in action, I have to say that...

PROJECT: Natural stone patio

In one afternoon – and with a little heavy lifting – you can make your backyard a place you’ll never want to leave....

AAD 2016 SA’s defence Industry booms

Maybe the relative lack of heavy-metal military aircraft displays this year meant that the Tshwane skies weren’t shattered to the usual extent...

Tech in education #tablets4all?

Taking a snapshot of the ever-changing face of technology in education....

TESTED: Samsung Gear 360

TESTED: Samsung Gear 360

Big Blue have hardly put a foot wrong since unveiling the stellar Galaxy S7 and the company isn’t slowing its quality momentum....

26 Bold Ideas

26 Bold Ideas

We can see the future from here… Microsoft’s hololens...

November 2016

November 2016

Catching the wind Besides the prospect of spending an entire day with just my thoughts in the luxurious confines of a fine automobile, it was...

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