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.
Mates appear to assort on political attitudes more than any other social, behavioural or physical trait, besides religion.
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 first Social Media Week Johannesburg will join dozens of other cities in an event to aid people to achieve more in a "hyper-connected" world.
The Huawei Cloud Congress presents the Active-Active data centre as a solution to the increasingly memory captive website, writes Liron Segev.
Critics say that plans for the department of mineral resources to monitor the impact of shale gas operations has put it at odds with its own mandate.
Archaic methods of payment make way for the new with Apple Pay, writes Alistair Fairweather.
The launch of the VIDI video-on-demand service signals a dramatic shift in the way South Africans will consume movies, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
Researchers in Japan have conducted the first ever surgery using 'iPS' stem cells - harvested from skin cells - on a woman's retina.
Scientists turned to digital modelling to study the Dreadnoughtus dinosaur and have finally defined where our galaxy is in the universe.
Along with larger phones, Apple has launched a multi-purpose watch - which marks the company's first innovation since Steve Jobs's death.
Apple's new product rollout - including the Apple Watch - could see consumers pulling the plug on charging cords.
The two countries have set up the Newton Fund to focus on areas such as food security, the environment, and disease prevention and control.
The landmark agreement will see both countries make investments to foster developments in key institutions.
At the annual IFA consumer technology expo in Berlin, most of the big guns rolled out new weaponry, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
Apple has said it was a targeted hack on celebrities' iCloud accounts that resulted in personal photos being leaked, and not a system breach.
Scientists make a living and working organ from cells reprogrammed outside the body.
Although we are living in an age of infinite information, existing in a comfortable bubble has never been easier, writes Alistair Fairweather.
Sean Bacher highlights the updated Standard Bank mobile app, the Kaspersky Free Fake ID Scanner, Centrallo and Battery Watch – Funny Voices.