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This technology is about to change the way you perceive the world – and yourself
New virtual currency to coin in with rapper Kanye West
How do you keep familial relations sweet on social media?
New terms entered common parlance with exuberant frequency this year. But what the most popular ones tell us about ourselves is not especially flattering
The familiar panoramas can now be created by anyone
New research suggests geological anomalies are not Native American burial sites but are created by gophers over hundreds of years
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has hit out at the virtual currency describing it as a "bubble" in a television interview.
The dark net market 'Sheep Marketplace' rose to prominence after the closure of the the illegal Silk Road website
James Howells accidentally threw away a hard drive containing the cryptographic "private key" needed to access the digital currency
The price at which a single unit of the digital currency trades has risen dramatically in recent months
Letter from US Federal Reserve chairman highlights the "long-term promise" of virtual currencies
Scientists at Disney have taken the touchscreen experience to the next level by creating a textured screen that allows viewers to feel videos and images.
The popularity of Grand Theft Auto 5 has proved too much for the game's servers
Daniel Bor claims 'pattern spotting' is something that can be immensely satisfying to both scientists and non-scientists alike
Ross Ulbricht, 29, was said to have had £2.1m in his account in July from commissions
Fittingly for a play which is in part about the difficulties of saying what you think, Virgin is a little unclear as to what it thinks it is saying. EV Crowe’s play aims to explore how far our online lives mirror our offline ones, but the internet felt strangely incidental to her story. It could just as easily have been a marketing project for better roads, or a new hospital, and not a scheme to roll out broadband to rural communities, that the play’s central character, Emily (Laura Elphinstone), is trying to convince her male employers to let her lead. In fact, the play is often at its best when it deals straightforwardly with gender politics in the workplace and when the internet is left, so to speak, unconnected.