Satellite sent into orbit in 2013 helps Google’s free online mapping service bring the world into better focus.
The news industry is rapidly losing control of the news - along with the revenue that goes with it - in an increasingly digital world.
Online bulletin board Pinterest unveils new features as part of its push to become an e-commerce hub.
In delaying its IPO by two years, Japanese messaging app company Line left billions of dollars on the table as its valuation shrivelled.
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.
Aimed directly at the Macbook Air, the S 13 is thinner, lighter, more powerful and cheaper than its rival.
Enjoy comics? The Marvel comic app is a must have to keep you in the loop.
The Cape Town Science Centre hosted workshops to encourage kids to learn to code through hands-on lessons.
Collaborative robots, which work alongside humans, are pushing the frontiers of automation.
China’s Tencent to buy CoC maker, Supercell, for record $8.6 billion.
KnowTheChain ranks technology companies based on their efforts to erradicate forced labour.
The European Space Agency says the first step would be to build a base on the Moon before heading to Mars.