A study has revealed that sharing your misery on social media platforms can be contagious, but it also shows that others care.
The new genetically modified organisms could be used to clean up oil spills or break down toxic chemicals.
It's customary, in January, to make predictions for the year ahead. Arthur Goldstuck sees 2015 as the year of connections.
The encryption genie is out of its bottle to give people back their privacy, but this is frightening world governments, writes Alistair Fairweather.
The Square Kilometre Array will contribute to huge surveys that seek to answer questions like: Is there life out there and how do galaxies form.
But life is running out if you are a couch potato, whether deep-fried or even oven-baked.
CES in Las Vegas saw MakerBot announce new filaments in wood, stone and metal, as well as MakerBot Professional Services.
With more than 20 000 products, 3 600 exhibitors and 375 start-ups, CES 2015 broke all records, and sparked intense debate about consumer technology.
During a keynote address at the international CES 2015 expo in Las Vegas this week, Intel unveiled its smallest computing module yet.
Arthur Goldstuck chooses the best lower-range and entry-level phones of 2014.
At CES in Las Vegas last week, infotainment leaders Harman announced a deal to bring Neil Young's Pono music project into the automotive world.
At CES 2015, Ford announced a Smart Mobility plan incorporating connectivity, mobility, autonomous vehicles, the customer experience and big data.
A company calling itself “a sleep innovation leader” has launched the SleepIQ Kids, a “smart bed” for kids, boasting a range of features.
Pragmatism, not idealism, will be the death of slips of paper that have real costs and close to zero value, writes Alistair Fairweather.
During a keynote address at the International CES 2015 expo in Las Vegas this week, Intel unveiled its smallest computing module yet.
At CES 2015 in Las Vegas, Samsung unveiled its vision for smarter living, which among other technologies includes an 88" SUHD TV and virtual reality.
Scientists say the Northern Cape is the perfect place for radio astronomy, with its low rainfall and clear skies making it a "radio quiet" site.
Astronomers are discovering more and more exoplanets that could support life as we know it, but distance from a sun is only one critical requirement.