Samsung Electronics is to open a TV manufacturing plant in the Dube Trade Port near Durban, investing $20-million over the next four years.
Sex experiments involving lizards are continuing as planned after communications with Russia's Photon-M satellite were re-established.
Apple Inc has acknowledged that personal data can be extracted from iPhones through previously unpublicised techniques by employees.
The countdown for a one-way trip to the Red Planet has begun and several South Africans want to go.
Sean Bacher highlights the latest trending mobile apps.
The new LG G3, with its startling approach to the arithmetic of display, is the first serious contender for phone of the year, says Arthur Goldstuck.
The science and technology minister says research grants need to be significantly increased in order to increase the number of PhDs.
Online privacy is getting a lot of attention, but are we taking the right precautions to ensure that we are protecting ourselves online?
International Space Station ISS celebrates 5000 days of occupation. Such a large and costly project is bound to generate lots of interesting facts.
Scientists brave the Namib elements to find the secret to life on other planets
Neuroscientists and specialists gathered at the Brainstorm the City Winter School last week. The M&G's science editor selects the highlights.
Google South Africa was down for all of a few minutes, if you blinked, you missed it. Some didn't though, because they don't blink.
A new smartphone from Alcatel signals the brand's intention to compete on design as well as price. And that's just one element of its strategy.
A Capetonian is among the team that has discovered a 125-million-year-old microraptor in China that sheds more light on how dinosaurs ruled the sky.
With AMS scientists can determine how old a fossil is much more accurately and quickly, without having to cut it up and destroying it.
When plants are exposed to the vibrations that chewing caterpillars make, they expel a fluid the attackers dislike.
A research team from the UK has compiled a "dictionary" of chimpanzee body language, where certain gestures mean certain things.
BlackBerry has followed the trend of producing high-end phones for emerging markets. But will the gamble pay off, asks Arthur Goldstuck.
The Accelerator Mass Spectrometry laboratory, a first for the continent, "places South Africa among the world leaders in accelerator-based research".