From serving up free meals to providing on-site massages, companies are always looking for ways to recruit and keep talented staff. But is paying for women to freeze their eggs a step too far?
Ancient Roman glassware housed in the British Museum is at the heart of new research into expanding the storage capabilities of optical storage devices.
It’s a given that internet companies gather titbits of our private lives in exchange for free services, but how much do we really know about what happens to our personal data?
Can spending too much time reading and writing in 140 characters or less really send you towards psychosis? New study from a team of German doctors suggests that it might.
China has stepped up its tough stance on foreign technology suppliers with reports it has banned government purchases of Apple products. Apple has so far declined to comment on reports.
In what will surely take photobombing memes to another level, university researchers have created a three-dimensional photo editing tool that lets you rotate and animate objects in 2D.
We discuss whether the National Crime Agency’s warning of a major computer attack is an attention grabbing headline that could make us ambivalent to future security alerts.