The BMW i8 Roadster is the future of motoring, and it certainly looks – and drives – the part. Stuff took the hybrid out on a trip.
Friday's bank strike is likely to do more damage to the unions than their intended targets as banks will show how they can survive without labour.
Voice assistants are recording everything said by their owners, some of which – including sex and medical records – are being heard by humans for quality control.
South Africans can be forgiven for being confused by the release, and subsequent condemnation, of a broad-ranging policy document this week.
The Collins Word of the year in 2015 was binge-watching, now not only is binging part of the dictionary but it's part of our lives.
With new streaming services emerging as alternatives to the traditional broadcasters and an "unprecedented" splurge on making original content, television viewers have never had it this good.
Telkom, which has battled copper cable theft for decades, has started transitioning its landline users to it mobile network. Instead of my 91-year-old mother's phone using wires to connect to the network, it now uses Telkom's mobile network. It's been a game changer.
If you thought last week's ransomware attack on City Power sounded like a movie script, it’s because that kind of scary possibility has been fictional fodder for years. Films have long proposed the idea of hackers taking over a computer network for their own nefarious ends.
During hearings into Facebook's new Libra cryptocurrency, she grilled David Marcus, the head of its Calibra wallet, which is how its users will interact with Libra. "So, we are discussing a currency controlled by an undemocratically selected coalition of largely massive corporations. Do you believe currency is a public good?"