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Cancer-Killing Antibody Discovery Hailed As 'Exciting' By Scientists

SWNS | Natasha Hinde | Posted 05.05.2016 | UK Tech

A 'neutron bomb' antibody, which kills cancer cells but leaves healthy ones unscathed, could be used to treat the disease. Researchers have developed...

Apple's iOS App Store Is Partly Down

The Huffington Post | Poorna Bell | Posted 05.05.2016 | UK Tech

Apple iPhone and iPad users are scratching their heads after iOS App Store appears to have had a meltdown. When owners try to search for popular apps...

Guy's Epic Flip On A Hoverboard

The Huffington Post | Poorna Bell | Posted 05.05.2016 | UK Tech

Ah, it seemed like just yesterday when we posted an article about epic hoverboard fails... Actually, it was last Christmas. But now, some bright spar...

Artificial Intelligence Needs the Human Touch

Debbie Taylor | Posted 05.05.2016 | UK Tech
Debbie Taylor

Rather than becoming an epic battle of man against machine, the future of technological innovation can be a beneficial one - so long as you're equipped with the skills to use technology to its maximum potential, while still adding that all important human touch.

Human Embryos Kept Alive In Lab For Unprecedented 13 Days

The Huffington Post | Ellen Wallwork | Posted 05.05.2016 | UK Tech

Human embryos have been kept alive in the lab for a record breaking 13 days - giving scientists new insight into the early development of foetuses. Th...

Stunning, Humbling View Of Earth From A Rocket

The Huffington Post | Poorna Bell | Posted 05.05.2016 | UK Tech

It has been over five years since the first GoPro space footage but we never get tired of those stunning, humbling views of our planet. Here, UP Aero...

Ten Years of Secondlife

Simon Stevens | Posted 05.05.2016 | UK Tech
Simon Stevens

The problem with Secondlife was and remains that it was too intensive, you had to give it 100% of your attention away from any other apps. In the multi-tasking world we live in with app messages flying all over the place, this is not ideal and so I think one main reason why Secondlife has never become mainstream.

Woah. Robot Completes Surgery Unmanned For The First Time

The Huffington Post | Poorna Bell | Posted 05.05.2016 | UK Tech

For the first time, an unmanned robot has successfully performed surgery on pigskin as a replacement for soft tissue. Surgeons and scientists from Sh...

How To Create A Strong Password So You Don't Get Hacked

The Huffington Post | Poorna Bell | Posted 05.05.2016 | UK Tech

After a recent report found that Russian criminals may be trading in hundreds of millions of stolen usernames and passwords, it may be time to revisit...

Can Tesla Fulfill Its Ambitious Production Targets?

The Huffington Post | Poorna Bell | Posted 05.05.2016 | UK Tech

Tesla had courted concerns after setting 2020 as the date to start producing 500,000 cars annually but has pulled the date forward to 2018. Jalopnik r...

This Happens When You Convert A Playstation 360 Into A Skateboard

The Huffington Post | Poorna Bell | Posted 05.05.2016 | UK Tech

A Playstation 3 isn't just for Christmas, it's for life (or until the next version comes out). But one smart human also decided it's for turning into ...

The Most Welcoming Country in the World?

Baroness Lane Fox | Posted 05.05.2016 | UK Tech
Baroness Lane Fox

Sandwiched between Saudi Arabia, Israel, Iraq and Syria things could be so different. Instead of the history of turmoil that each of its neighbors has endured, Jordan has managed to remain peaceful, moderate and welcoming. Two thirds of the population are not native Jordanian - they have moved, migrated or sought asylum from one of the surrounding countries. Imagine that.

Kid Earns Serious Cash Hacking Instagram, Years Before He Can Log In Himself

The Huffington Post | George Bowden | Posted 04.05.2016 | UK Universities & Education

A Finish schoolboy has earned a cool $10,000 after uncovering a serious flaw in photo app Instagram. At 10-years-old, the boy isn't eligible to have h...

Can the World Get Any Smaller for Today's Digital Nomads?

Tamara Sword | Posted 04.05.2016 | UK Tech
Tamara Sword

A new generation of workers - digital nomads - are harnessing the power of mobile and instagramming their way to a new kind of productivity; free from employers, property, belongings and stress. And in their kiteboarding wake, our collective attitudes to work and life are shifting.

The Life of a Twitch Streamer

James Knuckey | Posted 03.05.2016 | UK Tech
James Knuckey

Online streaming has certainly grown significantly over the past 5 to 6 years. Twitch.TV, and a few others, have not only helped games reach bigger audiences, but also helped the casual and the pro-gamers earn a living. Through subscriptions, donations and just general advertising, playing video games for a living becomes very much a reality for the fortunate few.

Richard Branson Taught Me These Four Lessons

Charlotte Cramer | Posted 03.05.2016 | UK Tech
Charlotte Cramer

I was incredibly fortunate to be one of three entrepreneurs invited to join the inaugural Virgin Atlantic flight from London to Detroit. After an extraordinary four days of business mentoring, partying at 38,000ft , and exploring the city I returned home feeling blessed, inspired and wondering where my canapés and film crew were.

Roger's Rules for Online Behaviour

Roger Dubar | Posted 02.05.2016 | UK Tech
Roger Dubar

Much online behaviour is terrible. We take things personally, throw insults, shut down debate, never challenge our own ideas, and generally act like idiots. Not you, of course  - but lots of other people. There is a better way.

This Could Be Our Best Bet Of Finding Life On Another Planet

SWNS | Poorna Bell | Posted 03.05.2016 | UK Tech

Three habitable worlds orbiting around a nearby ultracool dwarf star could be the best bet of finding life on another planet. The three Earth-like exo...

The Mystery Of Who Invented Bitcoin May Have Just been Solved

The Huffington Post | Christopher York | Posted 02.05.2016 | UK Tech

A man claiming to be the inventor of Bitcoin has gone public, saying he wants to allay fears about the digital currency and help people understand its...

Here's Where You Can Fly Your Drone

The Huffington Post | Poorna Bell | Posted 01.05.2016 | UK Tech

As personal drones become increasingly popular, it's a smart idea to know where you can and can't fly them as you may be in danger of breaking privacy...

Addicted to My iPhone: Being a Father and a Hypocrite

Nick Kuh | Posted 29.04.2016 | UK Tech
Nick Kuh

If I can't manage to put my own phone away for an hours family dinner time then why should I expect my son to do the same? Maybe parents need parental controls too? I want to reduce my own screen time, not just because I want to be a better parent but because I'm happier offline.

Is High-Tech Sex the End of Monogamy?

Sam Lewis-Hargreave | Posted 29.04.2016 | UK Tech
Sam Lewis-Hargreave

What actually counts as cheating in the digital age could become highly subjective. We need to reconsider what it means to be monogamous in a world of VR porn and internet-controlled sex toys.

The Plague of Small Presence Syndrome (SPS) on Social Media and 13 Tips for Dealing with Rude or Offensive People

Sofie Sandell | Posted 29.04.2016 | UK Tech
Sofie Sandell

Everywhere where people connect online some social media users are scared they will log in to their social media accounts only to be met by abuse. The problem is vast. So, too are the consequences.

That British Airways 'Drone Strike' May Have Been A Lot Of Fuss Over Nothing

The Huffington Post | Sarah Harris1 | Posted 28.04.2016 | UK

A British Airways plane which was thought to have been hit during a landing at Heathrow was probably not hit by a drone after all. The transport secre...

How Exploring Mars Could Help Us Fight Climate Change on Earth

Adrienne Macartney | Posted 28.04.2016 | UK Tech
Adrienne Macartney

There is a near-endless variety of ways that unpicking the chemical evolution of one planet might better inform geoengineering actions on our own. For example, understanding the long-term fate of Martian carbonates and how they interact with the atmosphere and hydrosphere, will teach us how effective this form of carbon storage might be on Earth.