If the new Dr Harry Surtie Hospital has all the latest tech, why are patients complaining?
Technology has exacerbated inequality. But we should prepare ourselves for an increasingly tech-driven world, an act that could eradicate the problem.
Trained or not, humans are still better than the best machines at processing complex data.
As technology makes book-reading a specialist activity, more should be done to keep literature at the heart of life.
After a lull in new devices, 2014 promises happy geeks plugging into radical technology.
The Multi-media Innovation Centre (MMIC) is an innovative multi-media interactive learning, demonstrating and planning platform for the public sector.
The IT-Industry Recognition awards, which rewards good performance throughout the IT industry in the country, seeks to celebrate SA’s IT excellence.
Enough of the wretched gender bias that casts women's technical savvy in a disdainful light.
Media mogul Arianna Huffington says we need to break away from technology to be successful – and one day we'll have gadgets to help us do that.
Harper Reed, Obama’s 2012 campaign chief technology officer talks about the drive's success, but says "tech can't help you if your party sucks".
Kenya's entrepreneurs are using technology to scale up their imaginative businesses, writes Gwen Ansell.
European privacy watchdogs have threatened Google with legal action over 2012 policy which violates commitment to transparency.
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.
The news that has everyone talking: All about the Central African Republic, the best and worst of the Cape Town International Jazz Festival and more.
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.