Sometimes, humans take their antipathy towards traffic to strange new heights
Xbox breaks new ground with their Adaptive Controller for people with limited mobility - and it’s about time
Toby Shapshak shares his top five gadgets that will enhance your home without having to worry that Amazon's Alexa is listening to and recording everything you say...
Huawei continues to up the ante by launching another Porsche designed phone and one of the most expensive phones in SA. But is it worth it?
The future definitely involves a smarter home, but there are good reasons to resist the current range of record-everything smart speakers
After letting your data get stolen, Facebook is coming for your hearts
The future is here: we’re not quite at the level of the Jetsons, but we can command disembodied robot voices to fulfil our (almost) every whim
Enter the unreal world of the style icon, musician and internet sensation
The difficulties of leaving a social media platform with two billion users
Mobile fitness apps may be sabotaging people’s workouts and even putting them in danger, writes Sarah Giles
We chat to the co-director of ELEVATION about the future relationship between drones and life in the city
Wanted went to Hamburg to go and play with Nintendo’s newest innovation: cardboard gadgets that allow you become a giant robot. And yes, it was as awesome as it sounds
VR headsets and real-life mannequins will change window shopping for ever
How the combination of Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Reality will create a future where not all will be as it appears
With the advent of the space entrepreneur, the rest of the universe looks closer than ever. But will we get off this planet in time?
You might not be able to pronounce it properly, but there's a reason why Huawei is the third biggest cellphone brand in the world
The social media giant is bigger than Big Brother
As the photo-sharing app becomes embedded in our lives, it is changing the way we share information
Samsung claim that their new flagship device has “reimagined the camera”. We asked a professional photographer to tell us the truth
Great leaps in digital fabrication appear to lack one crucial ingredient