I can’t take my eyes off you.
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The evidence is growing over the psychological effects of our screen time – when will the tipping point come?
The discovery of a thickly viscous layer which traps sinking plates below Earth's surface has wide implications, not least as a cause of earthquakes.
Regulating bitcoin and digital currencies is hard, but tackling currency exchanges may be the answer.
Artistic works in the public domain may be free, but they form the basis of derivative works worth millions to the economy.
How a long dead mathematician called Maxwell can speed up your internet.
The crash of Germanwings flight 4U9525 in the Alps with the loss of 150 lives will have left grieving families wanting answers, but all we can do is wait.
The mountainous terrain of the crash site of Germanwings flight 4U9525 will be a challenge for recovering the 150 people killed in the accident.
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.
Joint replacement surgery comes with a big risk of infection. New implant technology that can release silver ions inside the body could help – and without increasing antibiotic resistance.
Metoposaurus algarvensis, aka toilet jaws, was all over our early ancestors. The thing that got us off the hook? A big hot interception 200m years ago.
Tell those living in the countryside about the government's promised "right to fast internet" and they'll show you 10 years of similar, unmet promises.
5G network design will have to find more inventive and less expensive ways of speeding up wireless networks.
Subatomic particles have shaped and continue to shape our universe but despite perfect predictions by physicists, the theory about unseen particles is still wrong.
A solar eclipse is something to behold, but they're rare and useful events for testing scientific theories too.
Solar eclipses may not be a once in a lifetime event, but being able to see them from home is rare enough.
How scientists tracked a massive emission from the sun right across the solar system.
A solar eclipse knocks out Europe's solar power generation while also causing a huge surge once people get bored. It's a unique energy challenge.
Terry Pratchett, Jack Cohen and Ian Stewart wrote a series of four books on the science of Discworld.
Internet Explorer, the browser that everyone loves to hate, isn't done yet.
Brown or yellow, the dottyback fish has a colour for every occasion, and every habitat.
Researchers have created the finest-scale genetic map of any country in the world.
We're hardwired to love finding patterns, solving puzzles, mastering challenges. Business, education, health, marketing and other fields tap into these drives via game elements to help us hit goals or change behavior.
The first space walk was almost a disaster, and it's still risky today. But we'll always need to take those steps to truly reap the benefits beyond Earth.