If someone told you that leopards still roamed the mountains near Cape Town, you'd probably cry wolf (or, uh… leopard), right? A new video published to Facebook this week suggests that there's at least one of these wild cats still calling the Cape's mountains home.
When I was at school, the most advanced technology we had were space cases, chair bags and desks that didn't creak, but Microsoft and the Cape Town Science Centre's (CTSC) vision of education is quite different indeed.
When you live with a nineteen-year-old first year, you hear about things like Friendmojis. You hear complaints about the fact that their avatarcan only hang out with one friend's animated character at a time.
From Wildcard to South African winner IDWork, a platform for people to find the perfect fit for their service provider needs, is set to take on the best startups from 65 other countries, in the global finale of the Seedstars World competition in Switzerland on 06 April 2017.
In its never-ending quest to connect the world and make loads of cash doing it, Facebook has today announced a new shopping advertising format dubbed Collection that will helps brands showcase products on mobile.
Keeping pace with its contemporaries, Instagram now supports two-factor authentication.
The system “adds an extra layer of security to your Instagram account by requiring a code every time you log in”, announced company CEO Kevin Systrom in a blog post.
Have you ever had something reaffirm your passion?
When youve gotten into a groove of taking the same hikes, reading similar books, drinking the same coffee — and then suddenly one view takes your breath away, one book makes you sob, one cup of coffee reminds you this is why you love it.
Most readers gut reaction to the question, above, would probably be something like: Yes, of course! But please consider that the question is not whether humans are, on occasion, capable of rational behaviour.