A number of apps and cellphone-based programmes are being developed to help small-scale Kenyan farmers increase their agricultural skills and yields.
Mali has announced its little known .ML domain will be free from July, a move it hopes will put the country on the map.
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Lenovo Africa’s general manager, Graham Braum, has recently met with government and private organisations from across Africa to talk business.
The breakneck speed of development in photovoltaic technology means that soon every surface will be generating energy.
With Knowledge Graph, Google has radical plans to transform the way we search the internet … again.
Personal technology is now a fully fledged cultural force, and it will only become more powerful, writes Alistair Fairweather.
Arthur Goldstuck chooses devices that can save your social, business and career life.
Two new LED flashlights from Chinese company Klarus prove that the torch is no longer merely a tube with batteries, writes Joel Dorfan.
Mobile photography and Instagram has taken off in South Africa, particularly in Johannesburg. See our photos as amateur photographers capture their cities.
Toyota is testing smart-car technology that will minimise the risk of accidents by alerting drivers to pedestrians and other vehicles.
Technology was supposed to make things simpler. This was the famous promise of those laughable 1960s predictions about life in the 21st century.
Technology has helped us transform our world for the better and has also allowed us to connect effortlessly over distances.
New South African Science and Technology Train Initiative
The DBE is aiming to utilise technology as a developmental tool for teacher education as well as integrating it into the school curriculum.
Hundreds of teachers, education leaders and tech experts will gather in Cape Town next week for the finals of the World Innovative Education Forum.
This year's Education Week Convention and Learning Expo will put the spotlight on technology as an innovative tool to enhance classroom teaching.
To equip children for the workplace in the 21st century, conventional teaching must give way to the use of technology.
In a developing society in which television viewers outnumbers internet users, broadcasting has several advantages that overcome