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iPhones may be being bent by psychic energy: Geller

Spoon bending 'psychic' Uri Geller claims that Apple's new iPhone 6+ may be getting bent by the energy produced by people getting so exited by it.

People sign away kids for free wi-fi, didn't read terms and conditions

Several Britons agreed to give up their eldest child in return for the use of free wifi, in an experiment to highlight the dangers of public Internet, published on Monday.

Water is older than the sun: research

Water found in Earth's oceans, in meteorites and frozen in lunar craters predates the birth of the solar system, a study published on Thursday shows, a finding with implications for the search for life on other planets.

Without more launches India Mars mission companies could see red

As India celebrated becoming the first Asian nation to reach Mars, S.M. Vaidya, head of business at conglomerate Godrej's aerospace division that made the spacecraft's engine and thruster components, sounded surprisingly downbeat.

SA Sci-Tech

SA signs nuclear safety deals

South Africa concluded several bilateral co-operation agreements on nuclear safety during a conference in Austria, the National Nuclear Regulator (NNR) of SA said.

Climate change is happening to us now: Pretoria activists

Activists concerned about climate change gathered at the Union Buildings in Pretoria on Thursday to deliver a petition on "climate justice demands" to government officials.

Feature: Human settlement threatens SA sacred lake

For centuries, the legends surrounding Lake Fundudzi protected it from economic exploitation and sedimentation. But now, one of southern Africa's most important sacred natural sites is in danger.


Samsung wants to replace your wallet with a watch

Samsung is planning yet another smartwatch to sit alongside the six it has already launched over the past 12 months. However, while its past efforts have been focused on fitness or replacing reliance on smartphones, this one wants to be a replacement for consumers' wallets.

Watch: Rocks pop as man records exfoliation under his own feet

Rock exfoliation is when curved slabs of rock detach and slough off from the rock below, resulting in a so-called exfoliation dome as the rock lifts due to the change in pressure. YouTube user dotysan managed to catch the process in action - under his own feet.

Hawks circling rhino poaching kingpin

A suspected rhino poaching kingpin could be nabbed soon, Hawks head Anwa Dramat told MPs on Wednesday.


Washington's experts recruit 'Call of Duty' creator to help predict global threats

A Washington think tank is recruiting the mastermind behind the best-selling "Call of Duty" video games to help policy wonks imagine future wars America may have to fight.

Research and researchers

Space agency picks spot for first ever comet landing

The European Space Agency says it has decided on the spot where it will attempt the first landing on a comet, a manoeuvre that is one of the key elements of a decade-long mission.