A new wearable and app would let us measure our daily carbon use and set ourselves targets. But would anyone use it?
Mustafa will answer charges of "threatening" and "offensive/ indecent/ obscene/ menacing" communications.
An outbreak of new journals in recent years threatens the potential benefits of open-access science
Does the news agency's style guide change create false equivalence?
The app claims that “character is destiny”, and that we should be constantly judged based on our past interactions with others. But do we really believe that?
Thanks to the internet, a new discursive register has emerged: either you’re with us, to the most extreme interpretation of our ideas, or you’re against us.
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.
Sources at the company say Twitter may get rid of the one thing that makes it unique: its 140-character limit. Longform tweets, here we come.
Just as adblockers look set to reshape the online advertising landscape, it tuns out that one leading service is showing some companies' ads for a fee.
In a huge announcement today, NASA reveals it has found evidence of salty water on Mars. We look at what we know so far about water on the red planet.
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