Faster to read a book than on an iPad, study finds

By Andy Rice 6 July 2010

Reading on an iPad or Kindle is as much as 10.7% slower than reading a good, old-fashioned book, according to a study by Dr Jakob Nielson. But don't throw out your eReader just yet - the test group comprised only 24 members, which is way too small a number to produce conclusive results. Read more: PC World



The Trojan Horse that wheeled R600m out of state-owned entities

By Susan Comrie for amaBhungane

Some firing squads are all issued with blank cartridges with the exception of one person. This helps alleviate personal responsibility for the execution squad.