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.
Enjoy them while you can.
App designers have conquered dating, and have moved onto the world of coupledom.
Being a man who is Ted Cruz is a good start.
With the rise of agriculture, societies tended to become more complex – and less polygynous. Was this to stop the spread of infection?
Apple’s Night Shift feature filters out the blue light on your screen. But that still doesn't mean we should use our phones at night.
A new landmark study has skirted cultural taboo and legal red tape to produce images of LSD’s effects.
Men using specific drugs to have sex with other men is on the rise, and there is evidence it's taking a toll on the gay community.
For all our progress, the mechanisms of life remain stubbornly elusive.
Gove implies that we’re “all in this together” against cumbersome, futile red tape. It turns out that isn’t quite true.
The teenage girls who make up Zoella’s fiercely loyal fanbase are customers, even if they aren’t aware of it.
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