Mother of invention
In the movies, inventors are invariably men and usually a bit mad. In the real world of wireless communications, one of the most important inventors was a woman ... and a Hollywood actress.
The god of small things
Gartner is making a lot of noise about the Internet of things, but many commentators are sceptical.
The productivity principle (part 2)
Globally, only one in eight employees is fully engaged at work. Almost a quarter is `actively disengaged', spreading negativity to the 63 percent who are merely `not engaged'.
The productivity principle
In the first of a two-part series on improving workplace productivity, Janet Paterson talks to productivity strategist Cathy Sexton about strategies to help employees and managers make more of their time.
Sea change for telecoms
South African telecoms seems to be in a permanent state of flux.
The last mile or the final straw?
Big issues in the telecoms debate are local loop unbundling, carrier preselect and co-location. What gives?
Kindle can't hold a candle to the real thing
There is nothing like the act of burying your nose in a good book.
Because it's there, dummy
Why do people choose to spend their free time in front of a computer?