South African artwork has been added to Google's pioneering Art Project, which makes galleries explorable online with its trademark Street View.
South Africans are the most active tweeters on the continent, producing twice as many tweets as Kenya, the next most active country.
Vodacom, MXit and Google have predicted that mobile marketing and advertising spend in South Africa will grow to R1-billion by 2012.
Opinion is divided about whether web-based financial services have come of age, writes Greg Gordon.
The cellphone habits of South Africans have changed dramatically over the last year, World Wide Worx said on Wednesday.
World Wide Worx on Thursday released a report stating that the use of mobile internet services has exploded in South Africa.
A survey has found that the number of South Africans accessing the Internet via broadband connections has increased by more than 50% in the last year.
It's not only car keys that shoppers swing openly as they stroll through the mall: their BlackBerrys are visible as well.
The number of internet users in South Africa has increased at the fastest rate since 2001, according to a study released on Thursday.
The communications minister will appeal against a court ruling permitting value-added network services to build their own telecommunications networks.
Jozi is a dangerous city indeed, where cunning criminals now plant tracking devices in their victims' cars -- or do they?
Digital television will add to the thrills of the World Cup in South Africa, but will poor households be able to afford the R700 required to switch?
By being savvier about how we purchase our telecommunication data we can control our costs and put less money into the pockets of telecommunication.
Arthur Goldstuck's new book, The Hitchhiker's Guide to Going Wireless, delves into wireless communication in South Africa.
The Mail & Guardian Online's Thought Leader , where some of South Africa's finest minds stir up debate every day, on Wednesday evening scooped South African web log of the year at the 2008 SA Blog Awards, beating formidable competition.
South African online retail is turning into a healthy and attractive business as more consumers access broadband and become more comfortable with online shopping, internet research firm World Wide Worx reported on Monday. By the end of this year, online spending on retail goods is expected to have grown by more than 35%.
Something is stirring in the South African blogosphere, says electronic-media analyst Arthur Goldstuck. This year will probably be remembered as a time when blogs came of age, with more than 600 000 internet users visiting blogs by their fellow South Africans in just one month.
Online retailers will have generated about R200-million by the time stores close for Christmas this year, technology research group World Wide Worx said on Thursday. "We can already see which products are generating the most heat through the searches on our site," said Jump Shopping MD Albert Bredenhann.
Information and communication technology (ICT) in South Africa is expected to get a boost from the 2010 Soccer World Cup, with infrastructure providers and local government spending billions to ensure a successful tournament, according to key players at the recent ICT Journalist Media Forum.
After the death of South African reggae legend Lucky Dube last week in an apparent hijacking attempt in Johannesburg, much was said about the singer's worldwide appeal -- and a flood of responses to a blog on the Mail & Guardian Online's Thought Leader website was further proof of his star quality.