Apple says it has received between 4 000 and 5 000 requests from US law enforcement for customer data for the six months ended in May.
Thousands of people have gathered at Airbus's Toulouse campus to watch the first flight of the aircraft manufacturer's A350.
In terms of both legislation and practical reality, South Africans have faced far closer scrutiny of their private communication than US citizens.
As the E3 conference takes place, Sony has insisted that the game console war is far from won despite its PR launch triumph over Microsoft.
Google has denied it has a back door that could compromise the security of its users' data after reports the US's spy agency hacked into its systems.
The cost benefits of producing titanium locally are huge, particularly for the aerospace industry. Sarah Wild reports.
Microsoft's patented solution to people not paying attention: bribery. Maybe companies should just make better adverts, writes Arwa Mahdawi.
Proponents say it's the only way to feed the world, but opponents claim genetically modified crops make people ill. Sarah Wild reports.
Wits university has launched a software outreach programme that will redefine the heart of the city.
Facebook has agreed to update policies in response to protests by more than 100 advocacy groups over content promoting violence against women.