A bewildering parade: some of the gadgets unveiled at a global tech event make one question the purpose of such technology
SA has failed to get the basics right in the technology sector – and it is costing the country in growth and innovation
During the festive season business and consumers have to be especially careful to protect themselves against cyberattacks
Data can provide a true picture of player performance, making it both critical to training and a closely guarded team secret
The social media giant is promoting its potential as a platform for app developers and tech start-ups
The attack on Joburg by the Shadow Kill Hackers group lifted the lid on other vulnerabilities that potentially affect millions of people
Self-checkout technology is knocking on SA’s shopping aisle. But will it cause a retail jobs apocalypse?
DNA testing offers ways for well-heeled consumers to personalise their wellness regimes
The reality is that SA is simply not ready to embrace electric vehicles for long journeys
Mining — where scale and complexity often slow the pace of change — could benefit from investments in technology
Telecoms operators with deliberate strategies to grow mobile data and mobile money are the best bet for investors, experts say
With state-of-the-art 3D printer – the largest in the world – the CSIR plans to secure contracts with international aircraft makers
Facebook executive: publishers should take responsibility for their failing businesses, instead of blaming social media
Screens have taken over a large chunk of our society: displays are now built into almost every piece of tech. But does bigger mean better?
Biometric data makes it easy to verify a person’s identity, but is it safe to hand fingerprint and other information to third parties?
Toy companies are having to rethink their strategy to remain relevant in a tech-driven world. It’s no easy game
Virtual reality will help you test your car, just as the internet made vehicle shopping easier. Customer loyalty will be a key