It's been a long, hard and expensive slog, but next week former president Jacob Zuma will finally get what he's always wanted: his day in court.
The Austin startup can build 3D-printed homes on-location, instead of at an off-site factory, for cheaper than traditional home building.
The Financial Times reports that Apple has considered packaging its growing subscription services, but music industry executives remain skeptical.
Microsoft has named JSE-listed technology company Altron as a licensing solution provider in South Africa.
CNET demonstrates the tech equivalent of a brutal medieval torture designed to break the will of dissidents and heretics alike.
A hacker claims he accessed data from more than 200 million people who played "Words with Friends" on iPhone and Android.
Facebook no longer allows its billions of users to share links to world's most well-known piracy website, The Pirate Bay.
Moms on Instagram were angry about the service deleting photos of their long-haired sons, and they got the attention of Instagram chief Adam Mosseri.
Police also say that Tammy Steffen faked the attempted kidnapping of her 12-year-old daughter and tried to pin it on a former business partner.
The Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha is only a concept, but the company even adresses your concerns about the screen's scratch-resistance.
In short order Neumann's office-sharing company has gone from a get-rich story to a you've-got-to-be-joking melodrama – from WeWork to WeWait to, now, WeWorry.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a staff email that the app HKmap.live was being used to "maliciously target individual officers for violence."
Microsoft has also made its own headphone jack dongle so you can plug wired headphones into the Surface Pro X.
Hackers use secret networks to aggregate and trade millions of stolen login credentials and passwords, according to a cybersecurity expert.
Multiple sources claiming to have worked on the data collection project claim they were instructed to record the faces of homeless people
The Pope invited tech execs and academics to the Vatican to discuss the moral implications of AI at a recent conference.
Employees at Silicon Valley tech companies have access to perks like travel stipends, on-site acupuncture and massages, and more.
Apple's new TV Plus streaming service is expected to launch in November — a direct competitor to services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video.
The speech came just after Johnson had suffered a huge defeat in the UK as the supreme court ruled his suspension of parliament unlawful.
Most of the major conspiracy theories circulating about big tech are demonstrably false, but a few of them have kernels of truth.
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