Academic experts break down the bills in the Queen's speech and get to grips with the new Conservative government's agenda.
Plugged into Europe, or UK unplugged?
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What effect would Britain's leaving the EU have on it's digital economy?
High heel parkour.
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High heeled shoes may lift you up and look fabulous, but your body tells a different story.
Stopped in its tracks.
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The bank holiday strikes may cause transport chaos, but they'll pack a big punch for industry workers.
Mindfulness: finding a moment to focus.
Demand for mental healthcare continues to rise, and so should our demands to make provision for it.
No you can’t join. This is the cool table.
Baboons shed light on the irony of social networks: cliques limit information sharing.
How will the technology landscape look?
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The election brings a new government: what does the next five years hold in store for UK technology plc?
Manifesto pledge: free oranges for all.
Social animals also have societies to run and voters to please.
Return to the old ways of doing things?
Broadcast anything, anywhere is the new mantra of Periscope, Meerkat, Livestream and others.
Just how common this sight is shows how big mobilegeddon’s impact will be.
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Web users are increasingly mobile and Google has updated its vital search ranking algorithm to suit - sites that haven't moved with the times will suffer.
Miliband might ease the squeeze in Canary Wharf but what about the rest of the country?
Miliband throws renters a lifeline but the neediest still miss out on affordable housing.
Attack on TV5 Monde is seen in France as an attack on media freedom.
Once analogue industries go digital, they'd better be prepared for the potential pitfalls of being internet-connected.
There’s few enough bright sparks here.
As one, the parties have missed the point when it comes to the digital economy and failed to recognise what's really needed.
Offers of candy won’t prevent the European Commission’s scrutiny now.
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First search, then shopping, now Android – European Commission sets out to take Google to task.
The party of business?
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Long seen as the 'party of the rich', the Conservatives will find that flaunting the support of business leaders doesn't have the same weight as it did in years gone by.
From 1-click to 1-push ordering with Amazon’s Dash Button.
Amazon Dash can ensure you never run out of soap, washing powder or razors again. But it can't push the button for you.
Lung cancer cells move in.
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The theory that some rare cancer cells aren't caught by conventional chemotherapy has divided the field.
Prisoners took control of Strangeways for 25 days.
Suicide, bullying and drugs continue to plague the penal system despite promises of change.
Don’t give up the day job, Nelly.
The natural world throws up all kinds of beautiful creations, but many still say art is for humans.
BT is big… but a smaller BT won’t necessarily be more beautiful.
Ever since BT was privatised there have been calls to break it up. But with the steps Ofcom has already taken, it's not clear there's any benefit for consumers.