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Found your twin stranger yet? [Video]

Thanks to the World Wide Web, finding your doppelganger is as easy as posting your pic on a social media site.

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How the Hubble improved our scope

Today marks the 25th anniversary of the launch of Hubble, the most important and productive telescope since Galileo’s discoveries four centuries ago.

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A spontaneous approach to fitness

A heart rate monitor may make a huge impact on your training, but it will also show you that sheer joy is the best way to increase your heart rate.

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Parkhurst first in ‘high-speed’ fibre ...

Jozi suburb raises its trendy barometer as the first residential zone in the city to get genuine high-speed internet.

Nintendo’s billion-yen alliance

New partner DeNA is intent on upping the stakes in gaming with plans to yield massive revenue by drawing in gamers on smart devices.

A spontaneous approach to fitness

A heart rate monitor may make a huge impact on your training, but it will also show you that sheer joy is the best way to increase your heart ...

How the Hubble improved our scope

Today marks the 25th anniversary of the launch of Hubble, the most important and productive telescope since Galileo’s discoveries four c ...

How the Hubble improved our scope

Today marks the 25th anniversary of the launch of Hubble, the most important and productive telescope since Galileo’s discoveries four c ...

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SA moves to rein in social media
April 13 2015 at 15:22

Film and Publication Board's new draft online regulation policy intends to curb the sharing of digital content on social media platforms.

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Man-made DNA to cure cancer?
April 13 2015 at 15:21

Experts hope that by injecting strands of artificial DNA, each mimicking a different killer disease, the body’s immune system can learn to ward off anything from ebola to cancer.

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The tyrannical timepiece
April 13 2015 at 15:30

More than telling you the time, the Apple Watch also lets you know how lazy you are...

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Parkhurst first in ‘high-speed’ fibre-hood
April 13 2015 at 13:49

Jozi suburb raises its trendy barometer as the first residential zone in the city to get genuine high-speed internet.

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Burial for beached dolphins
April 13 2015 at 14:30

Officials clueless as to why scores of deep-water dolphin species were found stuck in sand on Japanese beach.

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Government unveils new research laboratory
April 13 2015 at 13:03

Local scientists now have a super-clean environment in which to use nanotechnology to develop diagnostic devices with minimal contamination, says minister.

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Twitterati coo over retweet ‘quote’ function
April 13 2015 at 12:00

Users can now express themselves in more detail as allows messages to be embedded into the follow-on comments.

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No sour grapes in rhino wine campaigns
April 13 2015 at 10:46

Wine brand inititative to raise funds for rhino conservation won’t take legal action against SANParks for copying business model.

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Hackers target Southeast Asia
April 13 2015 at 10:47

Chinese cyber spies have had their eyes on key governments and businesses in the region for over a decade, says online security company.

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Black flamingo spottted (again)
April 10 2015 at 16:16

Nature lovers agog at the discovery of the rare bird seen on the banks of a lake in Cyprus.

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