E-commerce titan Amazon sees women-owned businesses as fuel for its online marketplace.
An entrancing squid has been spotted off California by researchers using a remotely operated submarine to explore the ocean floor.
Travelling makes us feel sick because modern transport tricks the brain into thinking we have been poisoned, says a neuroscientist.
Giant panda goves birth to twins, the seond one weighing in at just 100 grams.
World’s first quantum satellite will transmit “uncrackable” keys between space and the earth.
Google unveils its new video chat application that works with devices running the Android operating system and Apple’s iOS.
Three KZN government departments have the most “reader-friendly” websites compared to their Gauteng and Western Cape counterparts.
The global Pokemon GO craze shows no sign of slowing down - but some sites are limiting player access.
Excavation of ancient cemetry could lead to new insights into people we know little about
Instant cameras are the antithesis of the smartphone, and there is nothing more satisfying than watching the colours develop into a one-off shot.
Created by 15-person team in a shed in England, game is one of the most anticipated games ever.
Welcome to EVE: Online, where trolling, hacking, espionage and propaganda posters lovingly created with PhotoShop are all just parts of a video game.
China had 1.3 billion mobile users by the end of 2015 - and nearly 30 percent of them were connected to the 4G network.
For years, Tian Jia made the kind of returns on his money that investors in the rest of the world could only dream of.
Microsoft boosts its Xbox arsenal with the purchase of Seattle-based startup Beam.