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

'Formula One' boat to transform yacht racing

By harnessing the power of technology, Land Rover has built a catamaran it says is technically on a par with a Formula One car

The rise of professional influencers

Microbloggers and social media celebs have taken the traditional endorsement industry by storm

How SA's most expensive network keeps growing

Vodacom may be SA’s most expensive — and largest — mobile operator, but its subscriber base is still growing

Fintech set to change the way you transact

From limiting particular purchases to putting aside a dedicated Uber budget, fintech is set to change the way you transact

ZEENAT MOORAD: Sony steps up (at last)

The maker of that great 1980s symbol of cool, the Walkman, has declared its restructuring a success, writes Zeenat Moorad

No more high property commissions

Start-ups such as Leadhome will force old-world estate agents to embrace the power of technology if they want to survive

SA's big data rip-off

The #DataMustFall campaign failed to convince SA’s biggest phone companies to reduce prices

Gaming-enabled education: Minecraft for young minds

The ‘game-ification’ of learning may help ensure that today’s children have a job in tomorrow’s digital world

Blockchain: starting a chain reaction

The technology may sound like science fiction — but the application of blockchain could change the way we transact

The sounds of science

Engineers, musicians and other experts come together to tweak, imagine, and hammer their way to achieve the world’s best sound quality

Welcome to the Uber age

Industries such as home repair, cleaning, food delivery and Airbnb have taken a leaf out of the taxi-sharing service’s book