Zuma’s inability to pronounce large numbers is one of his more famous traits – and thanks to Jeremy Clarkson, the ‘Zumalator’ app has seen a surge in downloads.
Mina Justice and her son Eddie exchanged simple texts during the Orlando shooting, and that exchange is truly heartbreaking to read.
Google has just released its latest app offering, and reviewers aren’t quite sure what it will be used for. It’s sure creating serious buzz though.
Autocorrect will never be a thing of the past, but Apple aims to build in an upgrade that makes the blow a little less sharp.
Cats are helluva frustrating pets as it can be completely impossible to understand their wants, needs, and desires. But these kids have it down – or so they think.
Facebook wants to know more and more about its users, and by keeping up to date with what they want their knowledge will only increase.
Social media is a dangerous tool – not just for instances of cybercrime but for own happiness, too. The hackers are watching.
When trucks take on a platooning formation they save fuel and costs – but when they employ an autonomous driving software it’s a game changer.
Instagram is changing its way and, although the changes will be forgotten in the months to follow, right now, everyone is pretty bleak.
Facebook didn’t exactly give its users what they wanted, but to soften the blow they gave us so much more feeling.
China is really good at one thing: Uprooting people to make way for their extravagant investments. Let’s just hope they will find the aliens, though.
isiXhosa initiates are taking selfies with their cellphones and posting them to social media.
The world is changing – and even the way parenting is being practiced is under constant scrutiny. All thanks to technology and those who grew up with it.
Shortcuts are there to make our lives easier – and there’s nothing better than learning a few for a site that you visit daily.
Phone calls just aren’t what they used to be and are becoming a very unnecessary way of every day communication.
Parents, it’s going to be okay. Thanks to the UK, here’s a guide to what your teens are saying online when they write in all caps.
Whatsapp has taken over the way we communicate, from messages to voice notes to images, videos and calls… but just how many people are looking at your conversations?
Apple has been around for a while now (thank goodness for that) and every few months they spring something new and wonderful on us. This time, it’s simply their adverts.
Oh good, something else to have to worry about when flying: are software problems a sign of things to come, what with hackers and terrorism? Surely that’s their easiest access?
Oh but the rules of the road do become a problem sometimes, especially if you are wanting to check your emails or update your Facebook. So what are we going to do about it?
Ah, there are some friends I would love to send this special message of love to, if only so that they put their phone down at the dinner table. I may actually keep it on hand…
I know, that picture, right? So many memories. Just like the amount of memories your could store on your new tablet.
Don’t lie… You know you have gone onto YouTube to watch one video and emerged seven hours and 837465billion cat videos later. We all have.
Everyone who has a website should read this, as today Google changes the way it searches for websites and you could be affected.
I was load shedded so many times last week that I have finally put away my electric kettle and now I only use my Le Creuset one on the stove. Sigh.
This makes you wish she had just fallen for a bit of autocorrect so that she had a real excuse. Alas, the truth came out for this Aussie employee.