Boeing develops self-cleaning bathrooms for future flights
Technology 4 March 2016

4 March 2016 - Boeing recently announced the development of a self-cleaning bathroom it hopes someday to start using on its aircraft.

Indie: Is it art?
Technology 10 February 2016

Johannesburg - Games are really the sum total of every expressive medium of all time, made interactive, and as indie game developers will tell you, it's no small feat to make one.

Indie: Build and they come Part I
Technology 10 February 2016

Johannesburg - A game often does not follow a typical product-to-market approach that appears in some finished form. Game developers will often release as they work, testing the response of the gaming community along the way.

Indie: Show the money Part I
Technology 10 February 2016

Johannesburg - A view shared by many developers is that you cannot view game making as a hobby, not if you are serious about building a studio. And if you are serious about a business, you need a business plan.

Indie: What now?
Technology 10 February 2016

Johannesburg - As one local game maker put it, developers are coming out of the woodwork. Now what is left is to make sure the right infrastructure is there to make sure the South African industry keeps growing.

Top Twitter executives to leave company
Technology 26 January 2016

California, 26 January 2016 - The biggest leadership changes since CEO Jack Dorsey returned as chief executive while he struggles to revive the company's growth.

New planet possibly discovered
Technology 21 January 2016

Johannesburg, 21 January 2016 - eNCA speaks to Astronomy Educator, Claire Flanagan about the new planet possibly discovered.

LIVESTREAM: Telkom launches Digital Gaming League
Technology 21 January 2016

Telkom launches Digital Gaming League

WhatsApp, could be regulated in South Africa
Technology 14 January 2016

Johannesburg, 14 January 2016 - eNCA speaks to Arthur Goldstuck from World Wide Worx, about Mobile networks calling for the regulation of WhatsApp and similar internet services.

MTN fails to meet Nigeria's government deadline
Technology 2 January 2016

JOHANNESBURG, 02 January 2016 - MTN fails to meet Nigeria's government deadline, to pay a massive fine of three-point-nine billion dollars. That is over 60-billion rand.