It’s been a wild year in smartphones, with a vast range of new options spelling great confusion in consumer choice.
Gadgetry is synonymous with bells and whistles, but sometimes it’s the personal approach that stands out.
Amid the explosion of free mobile games worldwide, South African developers are going for a commercial ride on their own games.
The recent rAge festival again proved that gaming is booming in South Africa – and there’s no sign of it letting up, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
Arthur Goldstuck compares Nissan's IDS Concept car combining self-driving and zero emission technology with the standard vision of a driverless car.
When Dell agreed to pay $67-billion for EMC, it made official the belief that the IT landscape is undergoing radical transformation.
On the day Samsung launched its new flagship product in SA, it also announced a return to its profitable ways, echoing news from its greatest rival.
The technology for forecasting the weather has been getting more and more local in recent years. Now it's personal, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
When Instagram was named South Africa’s fastest growing social network, there was a surprise in store over its most popular stars.
Tel Aviv has become the second biggest start-up hub in the world. Now it’s poised to take on Silicon Valley in the quest for the next big thing.