Mobile phone technology has the potential to connect Africans in an unprecedented manner, but access is still a challenge to overcome.
Often sidelined outsiders can now use their cellphones to establish their rights, get answers about general issues and lodge complaints.
Rabies kills more people in sub-Saharan Africa than anywhere else besides India. But a new rabies monitoring app could change that.
Solar power, solar electricity and mobile technology are helping to reduce the rate of maternal mortality in Cameroon.
Is mobile technology the malaria-fighting secret weapon Africa’s been waiting for?
Virtual reality headsets led the charge in the maelstrom of new gadgets to expand phones’ capabilities at the Mobile World Congress 2016.
During a keynote address at the International CES 2015 expo in Las Vegas this week, Intel unveiled its smallest computing module yet.
Sean Bacher tests the Vox Guardian Eye Lite camera, Oakley Gearbox, Astraphobe Lightning Protection System, Beats Pill XL and My Friend Cayla doll.
Sean Bacher highlights the latest trending mobile apps.
Learners have hundreds of educational apps at their fingertips, but how do parents choose the right ones for their children? Here are some guidelines.
Simple phone services are stepping in to help women who can't seek clinical advice in person.
Medical apps could drastically improve lives, but can't be accessed by those who need them most.
Google’s rather addictive Ingress app has people exploring their cities in ways they would not otherwise dream of.
Africa is enjoying an increase in mobile services, but there is an urgent need to regulate the industry, writes Lloyd Gedye.
Africa's booming mobile market's edge lies in its role as an innovative hub for new products in the banking, health, education and commerce sectors.
A new financial assertiveness and cultural self-confidence is growing in Africa, fuelled no less by a technology boom.
Vodacom, MXit and Google have predicted that mobile marketing and advertising spend in South Africa will grow to R1-billion by 2012.