Get used to hearing a lot more about artificial intelligence.
Shuffling a pack of cards isn’t as easy as you think, not if you want to truly randomise the cards.
Having access to the internet is increasingly considered to be an emerging human right.
What if we could play games to improve our health and physical ability?
The Nokia 3310 mobile phone has near iconic status. Released in 2000, it is among the best-selling phones of all time, with 126m units produced.
As you browse the internet, online advertisers track nearly every site you visit, amassing a trove of information on your habits and preferences.
If a machine can be harmed or held responsible for its actions, should we stop treating it like property and start treating it more like a person with rights?
3D capability was never really universally embraced in the industry for home use, and it’s just not a key buying factor when selecting a new TV.
When a cyberattack occurs, ethical hackers are called in to be digital detectives.
South Africa’s planned sugar tax has come under severe scrutiny from its parliamentarians. The questions they’re grappling with are whether the country needs a tax and how effective it will be.
Is using a hand-held mobile phone really that dangerous when driving?
Voice interfaces have limitations, and not all of them can be solved by better technology.
In 2016 especially, significant technology improvements and regulatory clarity have paved the way for even more dramatic changes in the coming years.
This solution will help you escape from any maze.
Certain human behaviors such as rape, marital infidelity and some forms of domestic abuse have been portrayed as adaptive traits that evolved because males are promiscuous while females are sexually reluctant.
No one is born with an innate understanding of time, and babies must learn to synchronize and coordinate their behavior with the rest of the world.
Services are fighting back against trolls using bots.
Legal restrictions could prove difficult for automated drone deliveries to overcome.
New research suggest smartphone users are less likely to trust other people.
The internet may be the most comprehensive source of information ever created, but it’s also the biggest distraction.