As a study finds that smartphones are causing back ailments, here are some of the health risks caused by your mobile The number of hours spent peering and jabbing at our smartphones isn’t just annoying,
The internet is awash with information that’s been sliced and diced into bite-sized chunks. But why do we find it so appealing? Claudia Hammond explores the canny mind tricks behind the buzz. 1. We know
Researchers identify new tool in Chinese internet censorship, first used in late March against free-speech activists GreatFire.org The “Great Cannon” has entered the cyberwar lexicon alongside the “Great
It’s no secret that big corporations aren’t what they used to be. In recent years, we’ve seen industrial stalwarts such as General Motors, Kodak and Blockbuster go bankrupt even as upstarts like Tesla,
GoPro is the first company most people think about when they hear the words "action camera," but that doesn't mean its competition can't find clever ways to sell their products. Garmin tried this with
Dressing to type is an art in itself and this week was all about honoring the archetype: from the movie star's brainy yet foxy new bride to the reality mogul mom to the kooky gallerina to the emerging
(CNN) — About 150,000 years ago -- give or take 20,000 -- a guy fell into a well. Last month he made science history. The Altamura Man became the oldest Neanderthal to have his DNA extracted by researchers.