In SA the three categories of purchases most often made on the web are clothing, entertainment and education, and tickets
Lying on your shrink’s couch is so last century. Artificial intelligence means you can unburden your soul to some software
A holiday that’s literally out of this world is close to becoming a reality, and it could have the trappings of luxury
Artificial intelligence now enables devices to hold conversations in which people’s previous preferences are taken into account
‘Big data’ can change the way that capitalism has worked for decades. But it is progress that comes at a price
MTN wants to appeal against a judgment that set aside its objections to a Transnet tender awarded to Vodacom earlier this year
Has a weapon that harnesses the power of sound caused US consulate officials to fall ill in Cuba and China?
You may feel that five senses are enough. But have you thought about becoming a cyborg and extending your reality?
E-book sales may be falling in other markets, but does this mean sales of physical books will increase?
Apps give residents greater visibility of their homes and enhance control, but care must be taken to guard against digital snoopers
Companies such as Vodacom and Snapplify are punting the idea and say they have buy-in from the public sector
A partnership between Johannesburg and IBM will give the city automated, real-time data on air pollution
SA offers a friendly operating environment and plans regulation for services such as Uber and Taxify, but security concerns remain
A new app promises to make taxi travel easier
A website created through an ambitious collaboration helps people navigate information about the national budget easily
Industries could be transformed by technology that uses data to accomplish complex tasks
Nigeria will auction spectrum to encourage competition in telecoms, while dithering in
Property company enters the network infrastructure market, giving it a great source of annuity income from its estates