Science & Technology

Neanderthals had unbeatable noughts-and-crosses system

NEANDERTHAL man knew a way of playing noughts-and-crosses that delivered a win every time, archaeologists have discovered.

New app gets you back together with your ex

A NEW phone app restores failed relationships, its makers have claimed.

All new houses to be made of televisions

BUILDERS have completed the first UK home made entirely from television sets.

Dawkins now just telling random strangers why he hates them

RICHARD Dawkins has taken to walking down the street saying horrible, unprovoked things to total strangers.

Scientists develop angst battery

PEOPLE will soon charge their phones using unhappiness, say scientists.

Maths is no place for a woman, claim Pi and the square root of two

WORKING with complex numbers is tough, dirty and should only be done by men, according to some of the universe’s leading mathematical constants.

Hovercrafts mental

HOVERCRAFTS are mental, it has emerged.

DNA project to find out why Britain is so full of arseholes

SCIENTISTS are to map the DNA of everyone in Britain in a bid to find out why so many of you are dreadful.