Science & Technology
BRITONS have realised that there is no theoretical limit to the size of the television they would buy.
A MAN is wondering how far he can take his home carbonating device while hefting a tin of Big Soup questioningly in one hand.
YOUR internet history is an open secret to your boss and your partner so it needs to reflect your values and aspirations. But is it middle-class enough?
CELEBRATIONS are continuing worldwide after the victory the world feared it would never see: the day iTunes was finally defeated.
ANN Widdecombe has confirmed that homosexuality could be reversed with powerful magnets.
SCIENTISTS will soon develop a home copying machine that is not an absolute pain in the arse, it has been claimed.
TORY leadership candiate Boris Johnson is a powerful reminder that when it comes down to it humans are just overgrown sperm, scientists have confirmed.
A CUNNING robot has outsmarted the Internet by claiming that ‘it is not a robot’ whenever it is asked.
FACEBOOK is changing its ‘People you may know’ feature to ‘People you don’t like’, the company has announced.
HUAWEI is the Chinese telecoms company suspected of spying on other countries. But how do you pronounce its name?
THE internet has made all sorts of strange behaviour normal, but has it turned you into a creepy online weirdo too? Take our test and find out.
A WOMAN using a sperm bank to conceive wants potential donors to provide a grammar sample.