It’s odd that Google hasn’t brought the beloved ‘I’m Feeling Lucky’ button from its search engine to YouTube. Clicking it instead of the ‘search’ button automatically takes you to the first search result.
Around 15,000 people could be suffering needlessly from thyroid problems because of fluoride in drinking water, the University of Kent has warned Fluoride could be causing depression and weight gain and
The trend has been dubbed ‘kidulthood’ by commentators True adulthood does not begin in the western world until 25 because young people are putting off settling down for longer, a psychiatrist has claimed.
Luckily, we have collected the best apps of the past month so you can find something new to try out. You're bound to find something you like, whether in Microsoft's killer new Outlook email app or in little
Notorious piracy site taken offline by Swedish police raid hints rise from the ashes with phoenix Pirate Bay’s revival seems certain after the torrent site has started to display a logo of phoenix with
The discovery of an Earth-like planet raises the question: are aliens also looking at us? The starry sky is now far more fascinating to us than it ever was to our forebears. Stars may seem just points
On June 30th at precisely 23:59:59, the world’s atomic clocks will pause for a single second. Or, to be more precise, they’ll change to the uncharted time of 23:59:60 — before ticking over to the more
Radical new research suggests that at the same time the Big Bang created our universe, another where time goes in the opposite direction was also born A scientific breakthrough could redefine how the is
As New York and other states make e-cycling mandatory, we look at the tech Starting in 2015, the 20 million residents of New York State will be forbidden to throw away electronics. The statewide ban requires
An American company has created the Pavlok - an electric shock wristband that has been designed to try and change bad habits An American company has produced a wristband that aims to instill good habits
It was surely only a matter of time before someone thought to capitalize on the current trend for wearables with a battery designed to charge via kinetic energy. And so meet Ampy: a spare battery pack,
Bounden's predecessors, Fingle and Friendstrap, encourage players to use their body to gain advantage against a friend. But roughhousing and expensive smartphones aren't an ideal match, and so a match
Popcorn Time makes it ridiculously easy to “freely” stream almost any movie you want to your iOS device, but unless you have a jailbroken iOS device, actually getting it on the iPhone 6 is impossible,