Managing to embody the philosophies of both YOLO and carpe diem, the Tikker is a modern reminder that every second counts
In Still Here, Lydia Goldblatt immerses her intimate photographs in sublime extremes of light and shade, tracing the fleeting shadow of personal existence on to enduring human narratives.
The findings could reduce the symptoms of jet lag after travelling through different time zones
Adopted home side for the week get off the mark with thrilling win in first of two London games this season
Civil servants spent £18,804 on calling time service in 2012 - and £6,000 this year, despite bosses attempting to impose ban
After his latest golden double, the distance runner relishes the idea of tackling 26.2 miles in London
Investigation by a tech website supposedly reveals lines of code used to manipulate benchmark tests
A new clock has been developed by Parisian scientists that could redefine the second.
Move indicates company's intent to create a smartwatch
We should be proud to think that dandyism is an English thing. It began here in 1799, with the rise of George Bryan “Beau” Brummel, was heroically mimicked by Lord Byron, slavishly imitated across the Channel by the poet Baudelaire and the flâneur Alfred Comte d’Orsay, brought to a pitch of decadence by the peacock excess of Robert Conte de Montesquiou, went transatlantic and film-starry in the 1920s and 1930s (Cary Grant, Noël Coward, Fred Astaire) and went crazy in Sixties London with the tailors Tommy Nutter, Douglas Hayward and Michael Fish, before disappearing under the invasion of jeans and T-shirts that closed the 20th century.
Researchers compared the internal rhythms of blackbirds living in the countryside and in urban areas and found they differ significantly
Depressed people live in parallel time zone, scientists find
The man who allegedly murdered schoolgirl Tia Sharp told a prison officer her death was an accident and insisted “I’m not like Ian Huntley [the Soham murderer]”, a court has heard.
After the knockdowns, the storm and plastic surgeons doing emergency work there were moments of honest reflection in the rings of Sheffield, New York and Buenos Aires on Saturday night.
Big Ben is to be silenced during Baroness Thatcher's funeral as a mark of respect to the former prime minister, it was announced today.