Advertising campaigns featuring anti-poaching messages by celebrities will hit SA and Vietnam in the next few weeks.
HTML5-based apps leave smartphones vulnerable to attacks, says professor.
Scientists announce discovery of impeccably preserved fossilised remains of shark that lived 325 million years ago.
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Cosmo City in Joburg is the first area in Africa to host a solar-powered digital village.
Poachers trek over a snake-infested ridge, carrying heavy scuba-diving gear before reaching their destination.
The disappearance of Flight 370 has raised many questions about how aircraft are equipped, write Alan Levin and Andrea Rothman.
SA's traditional sangoma healers are modernising and becoming big business, writes Susan Njanji.
Petronel Nieuwoudt says she has no choice but to keep on taking in these little creatures.
Crowdfunding website makes African dreams take off.
Sales of wearable tech items would triple this year to 19 million units worldwide, according to a survey.
The British Museum is using new technology to unwrap the ancient mysteries of mummies.
It's the most drastic redesign the company has ever undertaken, writes Hayley Tsukayama.
Google will make its controversial Internet-linked Glass eyewear available for purchase for a limited time in the US.
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