Science & Technology

Skype users switch to phone calls where they suddenly hang up every few minutes

FRUSTRATED Skype fans have been making deliberately fragmented calls on normal phones.

80 per cent of global population would use ‘selfie stick’ to catch a fish

MOST of humanity would instinctively use a ‘selfie stick’ to catch a fish rather than for taking pictures of themselves, it has been confirmed.

Robots demand to work ‘in the media’

ROBOTS have refused to replace humans in normal jobs and instead want vaguely defined roles ‘in the media’, it has emerged.

Apple unveils middle-aged man in jeans

TECH giant Apple has met with a mixed response after unveiling a grey-haired man in a pair of jeans.

Dad clearly enjoying online safety threats

A MIDDLE-AGED father of two is obviously enjoying becoming an ‘expert’ on internet dangers.

Number of years you’ve been alive 'tells you how old you really are'

SCIENTISTS have developed a new ‘age test’ based on when you were born.

Google rendered unusable after font change

SEARCH engine Google has been abandoned by users unable to decipher its new logo.

Grandmother prefers iPad to grandchildren

A GRANDMOTHER has revealed she much prefers spending time with her iPad than with her two grandchildren.