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.
Analysts believe Samsung’s smartphone business is set for a soft landing after a bumpy ride in recent years.
The US and Japan join seven European countries in top 10, while SA’s at 65th position.
A daily zap of electricity could make arthritic joints less painful for hundreds of thousands of Britons.
Social media giant Twitter has named Bret Taylor - the chief executive officer of Quip - to its board of directors.
Research by antivirus software maker Norton shows 8.8 million South Africans were the victim of cyber crime in the past year, at a R35bn cost.
Now that the Juno spacecraft is settled in orbit around Jupiter after a five-year journey, the real work’s about to begin.