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Imagine a computer that hovers above your eyebrow, interacting with your surroundings and responding to your voice. Google Glass is an impressive gadget – but how intrusive might it be?
Since a Texan anarchist printed and fired a homemade gun last week, the US government has been desperate to remove the online blueprints. Is this technology beyond control?
Precisely 20 years ago this Friday the first web page was published – and in a blaze of idealism the world wide web was born. Today, have giant corporations such as Google soured the dream?
With conventional currencies like the Euro facing life-threatening crises, investors have turned to a radical alternative: the online currency ‘Bitcoin’. Is this the future of money?
Summly, one of the most talked-about apps on the internet, has been sold to Yahoo at an enormous profit. And the person behind this triumph of entrepreneurship is still at school.
When one reporter interviewed futurologists 25 years ago about what life would be like in 2013 they got things both stunningly right and amazingly wrong. Was it a waste of time?
The creator of the latest dance craze could make millions from his sampling or lose it all. For his copycat fans, could the daft videos, like other youthful indiscretions, disrupt later ambitions?
Lovers of Sylvia Plath’s cult coming-of-age novel are scandalised by a new ‘prettified’ anniversary cover. Why do books about growing up mean so much to readers?
He may not be much of a looker, but Rex walks, talks and moves much like a human being. Every inch of his ‘body’ is artificially engineered. Will we soon build humans from scratch?
An American newspaper has revealed it was targeted by Chinese hackers after criticising the country’s Premier. Could cyber warfare touch every part of our lives?
Light, flexible and super-strong, graphene is set to revolutionise areas as diverse as medicine, electronics and sport. But can it really start a new industrial revolution?
A new study has disclosed that up to 50% of the food produced every year never makes it to the plate. With billions of hungry people to feed, how can we stop this horrendous waste?
Today in Las Vegas, techies are flocking to the world’s biggest gizmo trade show. Some of the thousands of inventions will radically change our lives. But will it be for the better?
After decades of wearing sober colours and similar shapes, can men be convinced to rediscover the dandyism of previous eras? We explore the men’s style debate at London Fashion Week.
Acclaimed director Ang Lee’s adaptation of ‘Life of Pi’ is set to take cinemas by storm next week. How did the book’s fantastical scenes get adapted to the big screen?
A new survey has revealed that dishes dreamed up by celebrity chefs are less healthy than supermarket ready meals. Is home-cooked grub really no better for our bodies?
Technology is developing at breakneck pace. As 2012 comes to an end, we look back at the top tech stories that have defined the year, and could shape the future.
The police want new powers to look at emails and internet records to help them capture criminals and prevent terrorism. Assaults on freedom or a necessary sacrifice?
At the United Nations conference on tackling climate change, poorer countries are demanding subsidies for green energy plans from industrialised nations. Frustration is building on both sides.
Twenty years ago, a young software engineer sent the world’s first text message. Today, the majority of people text at least once a day. How has the medium changed the world?