The scientist who found he has the brain of a psychopath... and what it taught him about human nature.
Search engines are rounding up the year. But there’s a new kid on the block.
The bizarre list of 1 400 words banned from predictive text.
Tumblr’s hipster twist to year-end li ...
Words Google doesn’t want used
The little toy making a big splash
Microsoft leads search for ‘Sirefef b ...
Once piracy havens, websites turn pol ...
Probe into Google's mystery barge
The agency that oversees development in the San Francisco Bay has begun an investigation into the construction of a secretive Google barge.
HTC One Mini faces UK ban
Eduloan comes to students’ aid
Coming soon: World’s first floating c ...
The Bitcoin pot of gold that wasn’t
SMS from your bank is not final word
Cashier tells you that your payment didn't go through, but your bank sends you an SMS saying it has. Which is right?
US eyes phase-out of landline network
MWEB to increase data speeds
More wi-fi spots go live in Tshwane
Cellphones on a plane almost reality
Street named after videogame creator
The creator of Gran Turismo has been accorded a special honour by the historic City of Ronda in Southern Spain.
LiLo to sue Grand Theft Auto producer ...
Lego takes on Middle Earth
Does Microsoft need Xbox?
Coming out of the gaming closet
Microsoft, Google tracking Santa
Ancient manuscripts now online
Facebook phases in 'Unfollow' button
The little toy making a big splash
Robo Fish is the biggest global seller this year, with manufacturers making 700 000 every day.
Rethinking 'our relation to smartphon ...
Firms pin hopes on 'smart' appliances
Tablet sales likely to sizzle out - I ...
Hisense enters smartphone market
‘I’m a borderline psychopath’
Ethiopia’s winds of change
Juicy strawberries? Thank the bees
Low vit D ‘a consequence of ill healt ...
Dyslexia due to faulty brain wiring - ...
Medical scans change face of diagnosi ...
The toughest tongue twister yet?
Finally, SpaceX blasts off after dela ...
An unmanned Falcon 9 rocket developed by Space Exploration Technologies blasted off to put its first commercial satellite into orbit.
SKA sends young minds to the stars
SA students reach for the stars
Comet ISON ‘now just a cloud of dust’
India's Mars craft reaches outer spac ...
Study fills some evolution theory gap ...
The last common ancestor of Man and Ape was not a knuckle-walking hominid resembling today's chimpanzee, says study.
Tomb raiders rescued, then arrested
How Hitler even invaded Christmas
Remains of a far-distant day
A treasure trove of fossilised faeces
Ethiopia’s winds of change
The northern Tigray region is an unlikely site for a modern French-run wind farm, let alone sub-Saharan Africa's largest.
Tests to be conducted on dead birds
Freshwater found beneath seabed - stu ...
Mystery bird deaths at N Cape dam
The Division Showcase Teased for 9 December
Ubisoft has released a short teaser trailer for their Snowdrop Engine, and teases a showcase of Tom Clancy’s The Division to show what a “true next-gen game” will look li ...
Microsoft alarmed by "Government Surv ...
Microsoft Releases Xbox One “Tips and ...
GT6 video compares game and real life ...
TOR Starfighter Expansion Now Available
More Do Gaming
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The button gives users the option of blocking content from certain people without offending them.
According to the WWF Marine Report, the decision to cut linefish permits contributed to the recovery.
Tablet computers have been one of the hottest items in tech in recent years, but growth is likely to slow in the coming years, a market tracker said.
HTC will have to stop selling its One Mini smartphone in Britain after a court ruled the company had infringed patents owned by Nokia.
China Mobile, the world's largest mobile phone carrier, has quietly begun taking pre-orders for Apple's iPhones, according to a report.
Eduloan will help students secure loans for laptops and tablets which will be compulsory for University of Johannesburg first year students.
Scientists have discovered a wonder rice gene that could dramatically increase yields of one of the world's most important food crops.
Australia launched the world's first crocodile attack database, hoping to establish whether conservation of the reptiles had “come back to bite itself”.
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