It’s like a scene from a Dr Who Christmas special: legions of people walk zombie-like across city streets, staring fixedly into their phones.
It's relatively easy to hack into a phone's microphone and listen remotely - just ask the UK government.
Hacks and phishing attacks are on the rise. We've asked privacy experts for the tricks they use to stay safe online.
Two sunken cities have been found at the mouth of the river Nile.
A new Don DeLillo novel explores the implications of cryonics, highlighting the impact similar endeavours could have on the real world.
Changes so far deal with small points of language, rather than the technical or cost issues consistently raised by critics.
Brad Holmes rubs chilli on his girlfriend Jenny Davies’ tampon and becomes a media sensation – but why does she put up with it?
More deadly diseases transmitted from animals are on the way, a new report shows – and they will disproportionately affect developing countries. So how do we fight back?
As new space findings hit the news on an almost daily basis, the app offers an alternative window onto the universe.
The lines between sex, love and friendship are blurrier than ever, as I found out quickly while using the app.
I wanted to find out how our digital hierarchies operate, so I asked people how they communicate with their family, friends, and colleagues.
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