After the riot, police officers looked through photos of the disturbance on Facebook and saw the man in the photos with tags to his profile page
Researchers at Manchester Metropolitan University surveyed male Tinder users in the UK to find out about men's dating habits on the app
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'I would love one of them to be a painter or a poet and like wear scarves and walk around Paris like angsty,' says Fox
The computer cruised to a 4-1 victory against one of the world's top-rated players of the ancient Chinese board game
Vehicles will travel 180 miles on a single charge
Companies will not be allowed to tell customers if their messages are being shared with police
South Korean grandmaster Lee Sedol is battling computer programme AlphaGo to test whether robots have advanced enough to out-smart humans at the board game
He has allegedly been charged under controversial anti-blasphemy laws passed after Pussy Riot's protest
While EDF Energy's 'Pretty Curious' campaign is aimed at girls, the UK competition was later opened up to all 11 to 16-year-olds
'She came running downstairs grabbing her neck. She was in so much pain she was screaming hysterically'
Developments in robotics and artificial intelligence will create a workplace revolution unlike any other seen since the start of the industrial age, it is believed
Is adopting a duck pout and posing really harmful?
Don't write off the tech giant yet. The company's 'Other Products' range, including its electric car, could step in to fill the iPhone sales gap
The top scoring cities offer an environment that “nurtures talent and an innovation-orientated economy”
Technologies created and sold by big business will be rolled out by Davos in place of real solutions to global inequality