Will you really be able to get an airborne taxi in ten years' time?
Research shows that phones in developing countries lack important updates which would protect them from security breaches.
Or: who can see my browsing history?
Warning: contains explicit rucksacks.
The remarkable story of one man - and the invention that changed Labour forever.
When Marty McFly travelled forward in time to 21 October 2015, he was confronted with all manner of technological advancement. Science fiction, to be sure, but we are surprisingly close to seeing a few of the film’s wackier gadgets become reality.
Over four-fifths of them provide no evidence of effectiveness.
Since 1995, recorded crime has fallen. But much of it hasn't vanished - it's just on the Internet.
In an industry where men hold most of the jobs and write most of the code, celebrating women's contributions on one day a year isn't enough.
When new technologies emerge, the old ones are meant to fall by the wayside - but sometimes, they manage to rise from the ashes.
A recent study into a substance linked to low birth weight in newborns shows, again, that drinking from plastic bottles – and reusing them – can be dangerous.
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