Kylie Jenner is not happy about Snapchat's new redesign .
Classic cars often fetch some crazy prices at auctions, and back in May we told you how some South Africans have been coining it with their wise investments (HERE).
There are many regular characters one sees when jogging (sub five min a km, no biggie) on the promenade between Camps Bay and Bantry Bay.
There's a group of unknown heroes who have banded together across social media platforms to fight the ridiculously high amounts South Africans pay for data.
It's the latest in luxury air travel.
Before I touched down at 2oceansvibe, I wasn't much into jets and all that aviation stuff.
Facebook is introducing new tools in Germany to help combat the spread of fabricated news stories. The world’s largest social network said it would enable German users to flag potentially false stories.
Mark Zuckerberg is expected to appear in a Dallas court on Tuesday to defend his company over claims it stole virtual reality technology.
The BBC and HarperCollins are two of the publishers chosen by Facebook to test out its new answer to podcasting and radio, called Live Audio. The social network announced the feature on Tuesday, explaining in a blog post that "we know that sometimes publishers want to tell a story... with words and not video."
An American couple, whose daughter was killed by a driver allegedly using FaceTime on his iPhone, have launched a lawsuit against Apple.
This is probably a question we may have asked ourselves to ascertain the prose and cones of the new media age.
Spoiler alert: KGI Securities Ming-chi Kuo, who has been predicting Apple hardware details with a high degree of accuracy for years, issued a new research note over the weekend with some information about the new iPhone days before Apple is set to reveal it.
Zuckerberg said Nigeria would definitely be a part of innovations that would change the world.
Digital communication and marketing expert, Kwabena Appianing has asked CEOs of brands that want to stay top of the mind of their consumers and clients to step up their efforts on social media.
Twitter is cutting its staff by 9% after a widely rumored sale process appears to have come to nothing.
Twitter Inc's quarterly revenue growth slowed sharply in the third quarter but topped analysts' expectations, and the company said it would cut 9 percent of its global workforce.
New beta versions of WhatsApp's Android app now include a major feature: Video calls.
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