South Korea plans to introduce an alarm that flashes a pink light on trains and buses to prompt commuters to give up their seats to pregnant women.
With every search you make, Google is quietly collecting information for a personalised profile it uses to serve you targeted ads.
The three-story Abdali Mall is the first large-scale commercial complex in Jordan to be built to strict 'green' standards.
The new Global Information Technology survey has just been released, with SA jumping 10 spots to 65th place.
Twenty-nine African countries have banded together in a bid to ban ivory trade to ensure the survival of Africa’s elephants.
Goats are brainier than it was once believed, making them contenders for the title of man's best friend.
A new catchy, tech-driven condition is making the headlines...
US smartphone magnate Apple suffered a waterloo in China's mobile market.
Turkey appears to take a step that has become increasingly common around the world in moments of political uncertainty.
Aerial spraying is a safe and a proven approach to tackle mosquitoes that transmit diseases, such as Zika.
A team of Australian computer scientists have developed a new technique for computer operating systems.
Increasingly intense storms driven by climate change could endanger sea life living near coastlines, says a researcher.
A three-member multinational crew blasted off aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket for a two-day trip to the International Space Station.
The South African government has defended its controversial votes against key elements of a UN resolution supporting internet freedom.
Snapchat is used for sending photos and videos that disappear in a day - but now you can save content using the “Memories” feature.