Critics are questioning why the security measure only applies to airlines coming from the Middle East.
Research has revealed the 25 most common passwords in the world.
And while we're at it, why can't you take a good picture of the moon?
Networks can distribute power or they can centralise it.
Who is this update for? Live-tweeters? People without watches? Someone involved in a very high-maintenance pre-wedding group WhatsApp?
Since 2000, scores of The Sims players have enjoyed brutally murdering their creations. Why?
Is it worth the risk of hacking - and the potential invasion of privacy - to find out if you're brushing your hair wrong?
The first serious election of the social media age, and what we got wasn’t scrutiny and scientific precision: it was misplaced confidence and mass falsehood.
The Obama administration woke up to the cyber attack dangers too late.
While it is widely known that the peach represents the human backside, the secret meanings of Apple's new emojis remain mysterious and obscure.
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