Science & Technology

Apes ignore rectangular object

EARTH’S dominant ape species has reacted with indifference to the arrival of a mysterious black rectangle.

iPhone 5 to constantly change shape

APPLE'S latest iPhone will feature shape-shifting technology and can become anything from a mountain to a large pig.

Who am I? ask Timeline victims

FACEBOOK'S Timeline upgrade has left users unable to remember who their friends are, who their family is or even their own birthday.

Neil Armstrong's death 'faked'

CONSPIRACY theorists have poured scorn on the announcement of Neil Armstrong's death, citing a lack of hard evidence.

Speculation continues over what the fourth G is

THE precise nature of the 'fourth G' has sparked a new round of speculation among smartphone host bodies.

Todd Akin's Guide to the Female Anatomy

Since the time of Adam and Eve the female breast has been used for storing gossip.

Guardian readers order 500 tons of microwaved African toilet-charcoal

GUARDIAN readers are looking forward to fuelling their ironic barbecues with the microwaved faeces of a Third World village.

Early humans just not into Neanderthals

OUR human ancestors thought the world of Neanderthals but not in the way they wanted, it has been claimed.