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Google Play Music launches in SA at R49,99 per month

With little fanfare, Google Play Music – Google’s answer to Apple Music – was launched in South Africa yesterday. Google Play Music lets you access a large catalogue...

South Africans love live events and politics, says Twitter

As 2015 speedily draws to a close, Twitter Inc. has released the top South African Twitter trends of the year. And it’s quite obvious South...

Jetpack boost for Dubai skyscraper firefighters

Among the notable skyscrapers filling Dubai’s crowded skyline are the Burj Khalifa – the world’s tallest skyscraper – the oddly shaped Burj Al Arab hotel and...

Free comics for new Google Play update

Google Play has released new functionality for comic book fans, while also updating the store front to showcase the comics themselves. The functionality incorporates horizontal...

Colorware Retrofies the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus

If the hipster inside of you feels that the “retro” multi-coloured Apple logo is more unique to the brand, then Colorware’s limited edition iPhone 6s...

Kids can create their own Star Wars games with code

Disney and Lucasfilm have teamed up with Code.org so that kids can create their own Star Wars games featuring characters from the upcoming film Star...

Copy protection for JPEG images raises concerns

All JPEG images may soon be subject to copy protection, blanketing all images used on the Internet with the same digital rights management (DRM) used...

Fantasy themed bionic arms for young amputees

Open Bionics, a prosthetics development start-up, has teamed up with Disney to create bionic arms to get kids more excited about their prosthetics. The current...

Portable turbine gives wind power on the go

Although solar energy has been available in portable form for quite some time, wind energy is mostly reserved for the massive wind turbine farms increasingly becoming part...

World’s first multi-aperture camera boasts 52 MP resolution

A desire to make DSLR photography more compact has resulted in the world’s first multi-aperture camera. And it might be a game-changer for mobile cameras...

Generating electricity… just for kicks

Imagine you could generate electricity by playing your favourite sport. Well, US-based Uncharted Play has developed a soccer ball that doubles as a light source...

Teaching 1 500 children to code during Africa Code Week

The inaugural Africa Code Week is fast approaching and the Cape Town Science Centre has set itself an ambitious goal: teaching 1 500 children to...

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