More than a third of teachers say they would wear a camera in the classroom, but others argue they would feel 'spied upon'
The more you swear, the more fluent vocabulary you may have
Thomas Browne is now better known for his literary work but in his own time was legendary as the greatest – and first – scientific populariser
Forget about weather, geomagnetic reversals now have the potential to be predicted
'Traffic is driving me nuts. Am going to build a tunnel boring machine and just start digging'
The shape of your brain could be a determinant in levels of neurosis
The new water vehicle may become another reason to visit Paris
Earth may be in danger in many ways, but it may provide an incentive to enjoy it while it lasts
Robots may match humans in recognising different types of emotions in the next few decades
People with dementia are prone to getting lost. Thankfully, there’s technology to help find them
Most smartphone users are used to calling on their virtual assistants for help – but what happens when our voice-activated aides make the move to other devices in our lives? Andrew Griffin investigates
Oslo will roll out a digital-only service over the course of the year in a bid to save 200 million krone (£19 million) a year
Report recommends those suffering envy should quit social media
Following the Indian government's decision to scrap its two largest denomination notes in a bid to tackle fake notes, India is going digital
It gives women the opportunity to reclaim profits from the traditionally male-dominated pornography industry, but is enough being done to protect performers?
The weird and wonderful things to look out for on your next trip