Humans have a well-defined internal clock that shapes our energy levels throughout the day: our circadian process, which is often referred to as a circadian rhythm because it tends to be very regular.
Leicester coach backs his hooker for England Six Nations opener against Wales but injured Tigers prop Dan Cole is struggling to be fit Stuart Lancaster’s front-row permutations for the Six Nations opener
Following on the heels of a record-breaking quarter for Apple, Strategy Analytics has crunched the numbers and crowned Apple the king of the smartphone vendors for Q4 2014—or rather, one of the kings.
Bill Gates promised to "substantially increase" his time at Microsoft last year, but his involvement at the company he founded in 1975 has been a mystery ever since. When he’s not busy guest-editing The
TravelIntelligent Travel There are some amazing events on tap all over the world, all the time. Here’s a taste of what you can see and do in February: Celebrate Carnival samba-style (February 13-18) in
The Syriza victory (Radical Greeks vow to see off age of austerity, 27 January) has lessons not only for the eurozone, but for the EU as a whole. The real question for all 28 countries now is: is austerity
With scandal abroad and strong competition, not to mention a 'smell of vinegar and grease', it's hardly surprising that McDonald's customers are buying their burgers elsewhere “So this is what America
Highways Agency pushes ahead with plans for new generation of 'stealth' cameras on Britain's motoways despite warnings that they will prove to be 'cash cows' More than 300 miles of Britain's busiest motorways
The key to throwing a Super Bowl party you can actually enjoy: prep now, and leave just a few things to do before kickoff. The key to throwing a Super Bowl party you can actually enjoy? Do your shopping
Entertaining can be tricky when special diets come into play, but it doesn’t have to be that way. These 36 Super Bowl-worthy recipes work for all kinds of allergies and preferences, from gluten-free to
Another quarter, another set of disappointing results for Samsung. This time, net profit fell 27% from the previous year as intense competition continued to eat away at the company's smartphone business.
Labour NHS plan won't get the pledged funding for two years, Blair adviser warns, as polling shows boost in public satisfaction with health services Labour’s attempts to make the health service its key
I attended Microsoft’s big event last week in Redmond where they made a number of product announcements, one of them called HoloLens. HoloLens is Microsoft’s own head-mounted device that is worn like large
A week ago, to the date, we first caught wind of a report from Bloomberg claiming that Samsung would be relying on its own Exynos processors for the Galaxy S6, with the biggest reason being that Samsung
Samsung Electronics reported its lowest annual profit since 2011 during its earnings call today as its smartphone sales continue to suffer from increasing competition. In 2014, the company’s profit was
A space-time tunnel could exist in the middle of the Milky Way and we could travel through it, say scientists A giant doorway to another galaxy may exist at the centre of the Milky Way, a study suggests.
Yesterday, the mountain-sized asteroid 2004 BL86 zipped right by Earth—the closest that one of that size will come to us until 2027. Today, NASA released radar images it took of the flying space rock,