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Underpants to protect your package from harmful Wi-Fi

Underpants to protect your package from harmful Wi-Fi

Wireless Armour has created a new line of men’s underwear aimed at protecting male fertility against harmful electromagnetic radiation.

Technology - By MyBroadband | 13 August, 2015
How many car number plates are cloned in Gauteng

How many car number plates are cloned in Gauteng

It is estimated that 1 in 5 vehicle number plates in Gauteng are cloned, according to a report by Carte Blanche, with over 350 variations of legal plates allowed in South Africa.

Technology - By MyBroadband | 7 August, 2015
We should embrace ‘killer robots’ – not ban them

We should embrace ‘killer robots’ – not ban them

A ban on killer robots is useless if your enemy doesn’t play by the rules, a robotics researcher argues.

Technology - By The Conversation | 2 August, 2015
The evolution of Windows: 1985 to 2015

The evolution of Windows: 1985 to 2015

Take a visual tour through the evolution of the most popular desktop OS in the world.

Technology - By MyBroadband | 1 August, 2015
Airbnb won’t suffer Uber problems in SA: MD

Airbnb won’t suffer Uber problems in SA: MD

Internet accommodation sharing service Airbnb has played down fears that regulation could impact its business in South Africa similar to that experienced by Uber.

Technology - By News24Wire | 28 July, 2015
How much money ID theft costs SA

How much money ID theft costs SA

Identity theft is costing South Africa a fortune and the scale of the problem is on the increase, says a research organisation.

Technology - By News24Wire | 20 July, 2015
Why Elon Musk’s Hyperloop concept is (literally) out of this world

Why Elon Musk’s Hyperloop concept is (literally) out of this world

Ever wanted to ride to work in a screaming roller-coaster gun? If your answer was yes: good news!

Technology - By The Conversation | 18 July, 2015
What happens if a robot breaks the law?

What happens if a robot breaks the law?

With the advent of autonomous technology – who is culpable and liable when a robot or artificial intelligence goes haywire and breaks the law?

Technology - By The Conversation | 5 July, 2015
Drones, satellites and technology fight poaching in SA

Drones, satellites and technology fight poaching in SA

The team at the University of Maryland’s Institute for Advanced Computer Studies has created a new multifaceted approach to combat poaching in Africa and Asia.

Technology - By The Conversation | 27 June, 2015
The dark side of wearable technology

The dark side of wearable technology

You no longer have to look to science fiction to find the cyborg. We are all cyborgs now. But for all the benefits technology brings us – there is also a dark side.

Technology - By The Conversation | 20 June, 2015
3D printing is the bridge to the future – and it builds them too

3D printing is the bridge to the future – and it builds them too

A company in the Netherlands is building a bridge across a canal in Amsterdam using 3D-printing robots.

Technology - By The Conversation | 20 June, 2015
Watch: A car driven by your smartphone

Watch: A car driven by your smartphone

Jaguar Land Rover is working on a car that will enable its driver to steer the vehicle from outside the vehicle via their smartphone.

Technology - By Staff Writer | 19 June, 2015
South African school pupils win international science contest

South African school pupils win international science contest

Pupils from St John’s College and Barnato Park High School in Johannesburg have teamed up to win the European Council for Nuclear Research (CERN) Beamline for Schools Competition 2015.

Technology - By RDM News | 18 June, 2015
Space tech: South Africa looks beyond the skies to the stars

Space tech: South Africa looks beyond the skies to the stars

Most do not associate Africa with the high-tech sphere of “space”, but in recent years, many countries on the continent have woken up to the potential and usefulness of space technology.

Technology - By The Conversation | 30 May, 2015
Weak rand hits SA tech prices

Weak rand hits SA tech prices

South Africans could see an increase in the price of laptops as the rand continues its downward slide against major international currencies, says a retailer.

Technology - By News24Wire | 25 May, 2015
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