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.
Physicists have drawn up plans to put a living organism in two places at once in a radical demonstration of quantum theory.
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.
With the launch of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus yesterday, Apple sent a message that it is comfortable with becoming predictable.
Researchers have revealed details of the recently discovered Homo naledi – a species with characteristics eerily similar to humans.
Richard Li's PCCW plans to launch a video-on-demand service in South Africa to compete with Netflix and local Naspers offering ShowMax.
The annual IFA tech expo in Berlin delivered both the usual cut and paste slew of copycat devices and some truly new technology.
Human tissue could be a medical game changer, but thorny ethical roadblocks must be navigated.
Scientists took a crack at counting the world's trees and found that humans are having an "overwhelming" impact on forests globally.
When a billion human beings logged onto Facebook last Monday, it was just one landmark in the social network’s quest to connect humanity.
Year-on-year PC shipments drastically fell in Q2 of this year, particularly in Africa and the Middle East.
Astronauts living on the ISS get to experience the wonders of the universe's natural phenomena like no one else.
Genetics and bioethics experts are calling for a national oversight body to address critical gaps in South Africa's regulations and law.
SmartMobile has officially launched its mobile virtual network operator service through MVN-X.
The "other" Korean electronics giant, LG, came out with guns blazing last week, unveiling a family of fiercely competitive new smartphones.
A recent report has revealed that hackers are obtaining compromising material and then holding it hostage until their demands are met.
South Africa is set to launch nanosatellites that will gather valuable data before self-destructing.
The Southern Ocean could yield important clues about the effects of climate change.