Science & Technology

Mesolithic hunter was first hot man

FEMALE scientists have unearthed a swarthy, blue-eyed Mesolithic hunter they believe was the first hot man.

Broadband providers push 'slow internet' movement

SLOW internet speeds promote mindfulness and a love of nature, according to leading broadband companies.

Man who invested in Bitcoins almost able to explain what they are

A MAN who spent more than £50,000 on Bitcoins has embarked on a fresh attempt to explain them.

Narcissists finally get to have sex with themselves

A SEX app for Google Glass is being hailed as a revolution in narcissism.

We fly in a ‘V’ because it looks brilliant, say birds

BIRDS have revealed they fly in a V-formation because it looks ‘classy’.

Samsung unveils drug-inspired products

SAMSUNG has unveiled a bendable TV inspired by hallucinogens.

Time running backwards

WORKERS have reported experiencing a reversal of time in the final hours before their Christmas break.

Peter Hitchens urged to try teensy bit of meth

PETER Hitchens, the anti-drugs journalist, has been urged to try the teensiest bit of methamphetamine to prove his theory that addiction does not exist.