Advertisers are in a dizzying race to connect with customers as new mobile-borne social media platforms emerge and evolve.
Amazon's numbers in India tell the story of its plans there: 80 million products for sale, 120 000 merchants and more than two dozen warehouses.
A new treatment has resulted in all signs of HIV disappearing from a 44-year-old man's body.
MultiChoice designs a smaller hard drive for the latest DStv Explora to make the decoder affordable in the face of a weakening rand.
Cabinet approves a proposal backing "open and shared networks" in its attempt to provide citizens with better internet access.
Their intelligence and longevity make them popular as pets and over harvest for the pet trade is devastating populations in the wild.
So far CITES recommends all parties to close their domestic markets for commercial trade in raw and worked ivory as a matter of urgency.
Dutch team Nuon from Delft University clocked up more than 4700km on solar power.
Originally started as a way for kids to arrange their own play dates, KidMix evolved into a child-friendly social network.
Many gamers might be putting their next GPU purchase on hold following Nvidia's recent announcement of latest plans.
Private rhino owners say that the ban on rhino horn has done nothing to stem the decline in rhino numbers.
Esteemed environment professor, James Lovelock, says it may be time for humans to stop trying to save the earth.
Humans are both social and territorial, two of the characteristics that increase the likelihood of a species killing each other
Football fanatics and gamers, get ready. Tomorrow is Fifa 17 release day.
BlackBerry reports fiscal second-quarter sales that miss analyst estimates and says it will stop making its iconic smartphones.