Am I missing something, but is golf spurning a huge promotion opportunity this weekend? Shouldn’t the 150th anniversary of the most prized achievement in layman’s sport be gustily celebrated and yes, marketed
If you've been wondered what the hell is going on in the UK this week, well, you wouldn't be alone. Even those of us who are literally in the UK are struggling to keep up with the political upheaval here.
I’m not surprised a police officer and a former prosecutor would try to weaponize the legal system to silence a critic I am surprised the paper’s owners reacted with such incredible cowardice When the
Michael Reece, brilliant engineer who helped develop the vacuum interrupter, a core component for modern industry – obituary
Michael Reece, who has died aged 91, led a team at the Electrical Research Association (ERA) which developed the world’s first “contrate” contact vacuum interrupter. In layman’s language, this is a safety
It was a scandal. Third-party contractors, many working from places where data protection legislation is lax (or even non-existent), were listening and transcribing recordings of conversations from people
Aladdin producer confirms live-action sequel is "in the early stages," so there's still time to stop this thing
As with Disney’s other live-action and “live-action, wink wink” remakes, Aladdin made a lot of money. In scientific terms, it generated a “metric crap-ton of cash dollars,” so we probably don’t need to