The nights are becoming lighter and although the recent snowfall may suggest otherwise, the temperature is very slowly starting to get warmer – which can only mean the clocks will change soon.
More than 2,500 people a week would avoid being diagnosed with cancer if they made lifestyle changes, such as exercising and lowering their weight, research suggests.
Dropbox has priced its initial public offering at $21 per share, setting the stage for the file-sharing company to debut with a $9.
Artificial intelligence, Fintech and HealthTech offer areas where UK can lead the world - will Britain develop the world's first trillion dollar company?
Potholes are preventing people from exercising and must be repaired to encourage Britons to be more active, the health watchdog has said.
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When a bizarre six-inch skeleton was discovered buried in a leather pouch behind an abandoned church in the Atacama Desert of Chile in 2003, it baffled the world.
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch now contains 1.
Instagram is to change the way its feed shows photos to provide more posts in chronological order two years after it ditched its timeline-style photo feed.
A prominent privacy setting on Facebook designed to let users manage what data they share with outside apps does not do anything, the social network has confirmed.
Footage showing the final moments of 49-year-old Elaine Herzberg before she was hit and killed by a self-driving Uber vehicle has been released by police.
This CCTV video shows the moment that two heavy-duty cargo trikes collided in Bozhou City, China, on March 10, with one of the drivers being thrown from his vehicle entirely.
Today's Technology Intelligence newsletter comes as Mark Zuckerberg finally responds to the Cambridge Analytica scandal A sample of the email is below.
They say “sorry” is one of the hardest words to say, but Mark Zuckerberg seems to have no problems uttering it.
So you’ve successfully founded a start-up. It’s even that one in 200 companies to have scaled-up. But what does it take to become a billion dollar world beater?