Forget freezing eggs – firms should welcome pregnancy as a chance to invest in its staff.
Apple has released a special tool that lets users remove U2's new album, 'Songs of Innocence' from their collections.
Archaic methods of payment make way for the new with Apple Pay, writes Alistair Fairweather.
We're taking Weekend 101 to new levels - basement level. We reveal agent Thuli, LOL at Kebby Maphatsoe, drool over Apple and take back the elevator.
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 starlets who had their privacy invaded by hackers did not deserve it, but they could have prevented it, writes Alistair Fairweather.
A new update to iTunes U now includes tools that lets teachers and students build and experience educational content on iPads.
Dr Dre's Beats has caught Apple's eye for $3-billion and the rapper and high school drop-out is laughing all the way to the bank.
From Apple Magic Mouse and the Polar Loop fitness band, to the Seagate 6TB V4 hard drive, here are this week's top gadget choices.
Apple is building a team of medical technology executives, offering a hint of what its planning for its new wearable technology.
The iPad 4 with retina display will be Apple's new entry-level tablet in South Africa.
Prosecutors in the Oscar Pistorius murder trial have secured a meeting with Apple officials in the US over accessing evidence on his locked iPhone.
An appeals court has ruled that Apple did not use patented technology owned by Google unit Motorola Mobility in making its iPhones.
Google's latest app Wallet has represented a challenge to the Passbook program that Apple built into the iPhone's operating system.
Once a company renowned for breaking new ground, Apple is turning into a typical American corporation, writes Aditya Chakrabortty.
The pricing of what was expected to be a cheap phone aimed at growth markets such as China and India has alarmed investors and Apple enthusiasts.
A highly anticipated Apple event will look to extend the reach of the iPhone to new markets as the tech giant moves to regain momentum.
Rumours are swirling that both Apple and Samsung are working on a new gadget: the smartwatch. But does the world really need - or want - these gizmos?