Khwela App: safe solution to taxi woes

A new app promises to make taxi travel easier

Online budget tool: less taxing on your brain

A website created through an ambitious collaboration helps people navigate information about the national budget easily

Artificial intelligence: Machines that pack a punch

Industries could be transformed by technology that uses data to accomplish complex tasks

Spectrum: Blocked by indecision

Nigeria will auction spectrum to encourage competition in telecoms, while dithering in

Balwin finds annuity income from fibre

Property company enters the network infrastructure market, giving it a great source of annuity income from its estates

New in SA: park a car with a smartphone app

What else can consumers expect to see inside new vehicles?

The remarkable growth of food delivery apps

A growing number of apps offer a simple ordering interface, but reduce your ability to deviate from the menu

So where is SA on the open data journey?

South Africans should have easy access to state information, and the data needs to be scrutinised to promote accountability

How Google is mapping SA

Google Maps saves SA consumers time and money: new report says it has given users benefits worth R50bn

How does Google Maps work?

Google has the most widely used mapping service for a reason

What you need to know about SA’s biggest data breach: be very annoyed

Have your personal details been compromised in what has been called SA’s biggest ever data leak?

Meet SA’s game changers

Killing it: indie developers have found an audience — and success — abroad, while still retaining their SA base

Rebuilding bodies with 3D printing

The creation of crowns for teeth and hearing aids are among the applications of 3D technology as it goes mainstream

The brains behind supermarket gimmicks

Discovery is a great example of a company that has gamified healthy behaviour. But why do other firms get it so wrong?

Using technology to revitalise SA’s declining cinema industry

The movie theatre has become a place of constant and quick change, led by digital technology

How Huawei plans to challenge Samsung for biggest market share

Huawei’s rise shows prejudice against Chinese products is softening. The firm now has its eye on market leader Samsung