Reed Hastings has added another talent to his lengthy résumé: the humblebrag.
Abandoned decades ago, dozens of trains are slowly rusting to nothingness on the outskirts of the Bolivian desert.
Ever since Beyoncé’s Super Bowl halftime performance in 2013, a question has lingered: How will anyone ever top that? Ed Ball may have found the answer.
Hundreds of feet underwater, where dim rays of sunlight mix with flickers from bioluminescent fish, lanternsharks rely on their sensitive eyes to survive. A new study shows how their eyes have adapted.
Before Hollywood, there was New York, and before New York there was Berlin, Paris, Rome and Greece.
A chip that uses a million digital neurons and 256 million synapses may signal the beginning of a new era of more intelligent computers. A new kind of computer chip, unveiled by IBM today, takes design cues from the wrinkled outer layer of the human brain. Though it is no match for a conventional microprocessor… Read More »
Capita has overtaken HP as the biggest supplier of IT services and software to the UK public sector after an 11% increase in sales in 2013
A report by Intercede has found that 53% of consumers would not use mobile banking services because of concerns about device security
Former BBC chief technology officer John Linwood has won his case for unfair dismissal against the broadcaster
Tablet ownership in the UK has increased by 20% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2014 according to industry regulator Ofcom