Even global cloud computing leader VMware could not keep up with the demands of managing gadgets in the enterprise, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
Intellectual property fights aside, new research into the plant Hoodia gordonii highlights the dangers of misusing indigenous knowledge.
Mars is currently the only known planet inhabited solely by robots, but that will change when a TV project establishes a human colony on its surface.
The rAge expo was a feast of global gaming, but the growing presence of local developers was a significant phenomenon, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
Palaeoartist John Gurche recreates strikingly realistic models of our ancestors.
The winning research offers a new way of studying cells and disease processes by allowing researchers to see individual molecules inside living cells.
The arrival of such lamps changes the way places are lit, offering longer-lasting and more efficient alternatives to 19th-century incandescent bulbs.
Devices that transform from tablets into laptops combine portability with productivity, as Asus and Mecer show, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
The discovery solves the problem of how the brain creates a map of the space surrounding us and how we navigate our way through a complex environment.
It used to be 'build it and they will come'. With Microsoft's new Windows 10, it's now 'let them build it and they will buy it', writes Liron Segev.
The latest science shows that your phone might be stopping you from getting enough sleep, raising the risk of accidents, heart ailments and diabetes.
Sean Bacher tests the Vox Guardian Eye Lite camera, Oakley Gearbox, Astraphobe Lightning Protection System, Beats Pill XL and My Friend Cayla doll.
A National Advisory Council on Innovation shake-up is to improve communication between council and Minister Naledi Pandor amid an influx of new blood.
The Passport is one of the most unusual new shapes in smartphones since Motorola’s FlipOut way back in 2010.
Researchers from Stanford University in the United States have developed a protein that inhibits the spread of cancer.
The economic spinoffs of high-tech ‘additive manufacturing’ are potentially massive.
A week after VIDI appeared online to shake up the movie-on-demand business, another contender has arrived with a combined satellite-and-data service.
A government-funded innovation hub is set for drastic restructuring after its budget was slashed, with a third of its staff heading for retrenchment.
The art of winemaking in South Africa owes a great deal to the men and women in lab coats, writes Sarah Wild.