The overenthusiastic spellchecker-cum-predictive-text function in the PathInput app turns ordinary text into a surreal fantasy, writes Shaun de Waal
Study with gaming app shows that older people are less attracted by big rewards, and will take less risks to get them.
Rivals say the taxi service is using illicit loopholes to dodge paying tax and other regulations.
The uptake of various new apps is directly proportional to increased load-shedding and news coverage, but developers are yet to make any money.
Sean Bacher highlights the updated Standard Bank mobile app, the Kaspersky Free Fake ID Scanner, Centrallo and Battery Watch – Funny Voices.
Sean Bacher looks at MyMedRec, Up Coffee, Documents To Go, Scanner Pro and Dragon Dictation - apps that help keep track of medical records and data.
Although we'll be using the paper ballot method to cast our votes, there are some apps to help us keep up with the election process.
From iTranslate Voice 2 to Search for BBM and Checkers Eezi Coupons, here are five apps that you should check out.
New apps allow fashionistas to find and buy or rent similar items worn by strangers or seen on websites.
Sean Bacher reviews new apps for 2014, including Tagaboom, App Stalker, Active Fitness, I’m Bored and ICEPlus – an app that no one should be without.
Got a new Apple iPad or Android tablet for Christmas and don't know what apps to get? Try these.
There are still untapped opportunities for software to completely revolutionise virtually every industry on the planet, writes Alistair Fairweather.
The phrase “If you’re not paying you’re the product” may be familiar in tech circles but is still sinking in for many users of free apps.
The world’s most famous galleries now offer phone and tablet apps to guide us through their collections.
Absa and Investec have both finally launched banking apps in the last two weeks – and both have taken a narrow view of the market.
There are thousands of photo processing apps available on the App Store, but many of them are not worth your time or money, writes Amelia Hunter.
The much-debated question of how many apps an app store needs was put in a South African context at BlackBerry Jam developer conference in Amsterdam.
BlackBerry's App World has been replaced by BlackBerry World, a new multimedia storefront that appears to go head to head against iTunes.
If the latest gadgets are anything to go by, technology is becoming the key to wellness. Rory Carroll reports.