For those international football fans still suffering from a 2014 World Cup hangover, let the early buzz from the Euro 2016 qualifying matches serve as a bit of the hair of the dog. The World Cup served
Research confirms what margherita lovers already know: The perfect cheese is bendy, bubbly, and capable of getting brown. (In other words, mozzarella.) Here is what happens, chemically, when you bake pizza.
Fifteen-year-old girl who managed to escape Islamic State captors describes the abuse she suffered The young Yazidi girl rocked apprehensively as she described the ordeal that took her from her family,
Nigel Farage has given the electorate a real alternative to our ruling political class Just before the 1997 election, when I was invited to give the keynote speech at Ukip’s first national party conference,
Conservative MP Brooks Newmark, who quit as a minister after he sent explicit photos to an undercover journalist posing as a Tory supporter on Twitter, has announced he will stand down at the next election.
Fingerprint sensor manufacturing hasn’t exactly been the most exciting market. That’s at least until Apple and Samsung started sticking fingerprint scanners into their smartphones. Research firm IHS expects
Motorola is on a roll. Since relaunching under Google’s tutelage last year, the company has produced four superb handsets: the original Moto G and Moto X and following them in 2014 with budget champion