A UN report hails Africa's mobile revolution, but laments its continued Internet problems.
Creating buzz via social networking appears to be highly addictive.
It's the smartphone Wild West out there, with an OS war, players jockeying for position, mutually-exclusive standards and Apple's domination.
Lower prices and higher processing power will see the competition intensify in the mobile market.
Vannevar Bush published an essay in 1945, which gave birth to many of the ideas that inspired the Web.
Do we really give a toss what any politician is up to on Twitter or Facebook?
The company hopes to regain credibility when Windows 7 hits the shelves, which is anticipated by year end.
The Pomegranate NS08 was part of an imaginative campaign to promote the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
Lyndall Shope-Mafole's surprise move spurs debate on the blurry line between politicians and civil servants.
It's been called a crap sandwich and an outrage, but what else can we expect from a financial collapse-and-bail scenario that involves players with names like Fanny and Boehner?
Amazon.com said it no longer trusts traditional delivery routes to South Africa.
In the era of Web 2.0, collaboration and customisation are the king and queen.
Pamela Weaver used to write speeches for politicians. She now prefers to shoot her own mouth off.