Metal is steady amid pressure from a stronger dollar, holding close to more than three-month highs, and a rise in US treasury yields
Business Day editor-at-large Peter Bruce and the Editing Allowed panel discuss SA’s big news stories
Jouberton was tense on Wednesday night as a car was burnt and a Mozambican-owned shop was looted, police expected protests to last through the night
The North West province’s electoral performance is a big concern for the ANC, admits NEC delegation head Obed Bapela
The group aimed to list on JSE and sell shares to investors to cut debt burden
Young people need high-level skills not menial jobs, trainers argue
Business Leadership SA clarifies that its engagement with the BBC is aimed at it rejoining Business Unity SA
Riyadh launches its public-private partnerships drive to transfer a quarter of its economy to private hands
A Europa League semifinal with Atlético Madrid offers the outgoing manager a chance to salvage some of his lost credit with the club’s fans
Kia has finally decided to bring its Stinger sports coupe to SA
The Hestan Cue system is an app-controlled induction burner with temperature-sensing pots and pans — all connected via Bluetooth, writes Matthew Kronsberg
Fitbit’s sleek Ionic watch offers just about everything for urban-dwelling professionals with athletic ambitions, writes Jason Kelly
Smartwatches are becoming increasingly more sophisticated in monitoring your health and your daily exercise
An Israeli start-up plans to use 3D-printed legs — that is, additive manufacturing — on its spacecraft for its lunar landing, possibly by the end ...
The magazine says all-new vehicles or those with newly updated technology are more likely to have a ‘wonky engine’; vehicle makers, including ...
Smartphone users worldwide spend more than three hours a day on their phones, Stellenbosch University researchers say
Across the bottom of the screen there is a thin software bar in lieu of the home button, and a user can drag it up to the middle of the screen to open the phone
Nigerian scientist turns current thinking on artificial intelligence on its head — and creates a device that can breathe in and smell the air
There are a number of mobile apps that tackle the problem of the language barrier
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
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