Oxford’s Computational Project says that a significant number of the accounts tweeting about Brexit were bots.
Hayley Tsukayama hopes that rumours that Google will launch its own smartphone are true.
Young innovators at Denel are doing pioneering research that contributes to the creation of new industries in SA.
Econet’s R6.55 billion offer for Neotel - through its Liquid Telecom subsidiary - spells the end of Neotel’s role as heads on a competitor to Telkom.
Collaborative robots, which work alongside humans, are pushing the frontiers of automation.
Researchers are working hard to try and get smart devices to be able to distinguish smells.
New draft plan will re-classify robots as persons liable for payment of social security.
Cape Town-based Llew Claasen was appointed Executive Director at the foundation’s recent DevCore conference.
Researchers are experimenting with comuter sounds that automatically create sounds effects for movies.
Naspers is planning to sell its Polish online auction website Allegro, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Company confirms that some of its services experienced downtime yesterday.
Yesterday four US companies agreed to block hate speech in Europe, highlighting the growing pressure for internet censorship.
Silicon Valley company is building the connected kitchen that will recommend dishes and warn you when you’re low on ingredients.
A group of Norwegians tested how long it would take to read the terms and conditions for the apps on their phones.
Court backs Google and says its use of Java APIs in developing Android were covered by fair use.