Euro poised for its biggest single-day percentage gain in more than three weeks
In 1971, Shell drilled into what became Qatar’s North Field to find not oil, but vast quantities of gas, the rest is a history of political power play, writes Robin M Mills
A spokesperson says the Guptas’ philosophy is that disruptive companies and more competition is what SA needs to be transformed
Mmusi Maimane’s rhetoric is heating up as the elections loom, calling for Malusi Gigaba — ‘Father Christmas’ — to step down as Finance Minister
Deputy Finance Minister Sfiso Buthelezi says a roadmap for the industry will tackle issues ranging from transformation and inclusion, to market development
Read the statement of the Monetary Policy Committee in full: 'Four members preferred a reduction‚ while two members preferred an unchanged stance'
The economic development minister urges suppliers of data to bring down their costs on an expedited basis, without waiting for the outcome of the inquiry
The 24-hour stoppage saw parts of Caracas and other cities paralysed and ramps up an opposition-led challenge to President Nicolas Maduro
Free State withstand a strong Pumas onslaught with two tries in the last five minutes to earn a deserved 63-41 win
A study published in the Lancet says a third of dementia cases could be prevented by avoiding risks including obesity, depression and, surprisingly, hearing loss
The company that powered the careers of Hendrix and Nirvana hopes that by encouraging people to keep playing, it can double the size of the industry
Survey shows more than 25% of organisations have not built, customised or virtualised any mobile app in the last year, and IT spend on mobile apps is slowing
Andy Rubin says it’s ‘weird’ that people have to fight with the technology supposed to simplify their lives and should be able to decide what features they ...
Small sellers were the first to cash in on the spinning gadget after the product went viral on the internet, writes Anna Nicolaou
China’s Xiaomi, which makes a budget-priced fitness band, is the second-largest vendor, with global market share of 15.5%
Most people do not know who to call in an emergency, writes Sarah Wild
Want to see how technology is reinventing real estate? SA Home Owner magazine, published by Times Media, has launched on its website a virtual reality tour of ...
A crowd-funding campaign and social media advertising helped raise R3m, which is 1,500% of the R192,257 target, to create the Straton Watch brand
Doppler Labs is pioneering a new gadget category, ‘hearables’ — earphones that can augment sounds from the world around us. Tim Bradshaw tried them out
Josh Petri reviews Zwift — digital training software that takes the virtual cycling experience a step further than its rivals
The three-dimensional technology can help improve customer experience with property, tourism, vehicle and retail sectors obvious candidates
The hand-eye co-ordination expert warns of deterioration across all sports
There’s a good reason for the gap: no one can predict which objects consumers and businesses will want to connect to the internet
Acting against abuse on social media platforms is arduous, not least because of Facebook’s own policies, writes Fiona Forde
Groundbreaking CSIR’s technology creates a 3D reconstruction of deeper layers of skin to reduce the effect of smudging, writes Sarah Wild
Blockchain, cognitive computing and cloud are some of the technologies expected to bring about the biggest changes
Robots that can play chess with humans, wallpaper-thin TVs and smartphones that use virtual and augmented technology were on offer at the show
Given the range of aerospace advances in the past 50 years, it seems reasonable to ask: why can’t we fly faster?
With the rise of connected services, traditional companies are eager to adapt to change
Report expects wearables market in Middle East and Africa to total 1.96-million units by the end of 2016, an increase of 38.4% over last year’s sales
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