Report Shows Galaxy Note 7 Explosions Caused By ‘Aggressive’ Battery Design

The dust has settled around the Galaxy Note 7’s explosive end, and one question remains about Samsung’s recalled phone: Why did they actually explode? Thanks to a teardown of the device by engineering firm Instrumental, we may have the answer.

Report Shows Galaxy Note 7 Explosions Caused By ‘Aggressive’ Battery Design

Your Brain Can Recover Lost Memories With Electric Shocks

For the centuries that humanity has researched the brain, we’ve believed that a memory is only preserved if the connected neurons were active. But that has just been proven wrong, as scientists have discovered that small jolts of electricity to the cranial mass can actually recover lost memories.

Your Brain Can Recover Lost Memories With Electric Shocks

Receiving iPhone Calendar Spam? Here's How To Stop It

iPhone users - chances are you've received a calendar invite to "$19.99 Ray-Ban Sunglasses," or a "50%-off Ugg Boot" sale. Now while you may want to clear your calendar and take advantage of these incredible prices, unfortunately, they're fake. Here's how to get rid of them.

Receiving iPhone Calendar Spam? Here's How To Stop It

New Rising Media Is Going To CES 2017

What happens in Vegas gets blogged about in January… Extremely thrilled to announce that New Rising Media is making the trip out to cover CES for the first time ever. But this isn’t just any CES, it’s the 50th anniversary of this legendary technology show.

New Rising Media Is Going To CES 2017

Investigatory Powers Bill Is Officially Becoming Law: How The Snooper’s Charter Will Affect You

People who signed that petition – you’re too late. The Investigatory Powers Act has just been given Royal Assent, meaning that UK Government is soon to become one of the most advanced surveillance states on the planet.

Investigatory Powers Bill Is Officially Becoming Law: How The Snooper’s Charter Will Affect You

Spying On Your Internet History And A Ban On Niche Porn. Here’s What The UK Government Can Do With The Investigatory Powers Bill And Digital Economy

The Autumn Statement may have distracted you from this, but The Investigatory Powers Bill is now as good as passed, with the Digital Economy Bill shortly behind.

Spying On Your Internet History And A Ban On Niche Porn. Here’s What The UK Government Can Do With The Investigatory Powers Bill And Digital Economy

5 Ways Samsung Apologised For The Galaxy Note 7 Across The World

People across the globe are returning their Galaxy Note 7 mobiles to Samsung in exchange for apology rewards, to try to put out the fire on their reputation. But which country is getting the best deal? We took a look worldwide and ranked the company’s responses from best to worst.

5 Ways Samsung Apologised For The Galaxy Note 7 Across The World

The Autumn Statement Shows The Future Of British Tech Is A Bright, But Terrifying Surveillance State

As per the Autumn Statement, UK Government is set to invest billions into 5G, connecting more homes to fibre broadband and developing the infrastructure needed for driverless cars. But is all of this a smokescreen for the unprecedented surveillance powers they are about to get?

The Autumn Statement Shows The Future Of British Tech Is A Bright, But Terrifying Surveillance State

Someone Is Sharing Music From Paedophile Singer Ian Watkins’ Twitter Account - EXCLUSIVE Interview With One Of The People Mentioned

Someone is using former Lostprophets singer and convicted paedophile Ian Watkins’ Twitter account to promote new music - even though he is currently serving 35 years behind bars for his crimes.

Someone Is Sharing Music From Paedophile Singer Ian Watkins’ Twitter Account - EXCLUSIVE Interview With One Of The People Mentioned

Light-Based Neural Network Could Be The Future Of Super-Fast AI Brains

While we can create computers that behave like brains, conventional circuitry means they will never perform as quickly as the sophisticated human neural network. 

But Princeton researchers may have just solved this future and paved the future for this big area of research - creating the world’s first Light-based Neural Network.

Light-Based Neural Network Could Be The Future Of Super-Fast AI Brains

The Future Of 5G In The UK Starts With Bournemouth - Thanks To Ordnance Survey Smart Map

The Next-generation of smartphones will be defined by 5G and Ordnance Survey have busily started work on creating new data-rich maps, to help mobile providers avoid signal drop-outs across the UK - starting with Bournemouth.

The Future Of 5G In The UK Starts With Bournemouth - Thanks To Ordnance Survey Smart Map

Solar Roadways – A Cautionary Tale About Crowd-Funding Cons

There’s no denying that in general, Kickstarter, Indiegogo and platforms like them have made a big impact on the way that entrepreneurs realise their ideas, and enabled some fantastic products to be mass-produced. 

Unfortunately, (and sometimes hilariously) the open nature of crowd-funding means that anyone can create a campaign for any idea whatsoever. One of the worst, in my view, was Solar Roadways, which became especially concerning because its Indiegogo campaign was actually successful – in fact, it is Indiegogo’s most backed campaign ever, raising 2.2 million dollars.

Solar Roadways – A Cautionary Tale About Crowd-Funding Cons

What Is The Future Of Consumer Technology? I Found Out At CES Unveiled Paris

What is the future of consumer technology? Jason England went along to CES Unveiled Paris and watched Shawn DuBruvac's presentation on future trends, to find out.

What Is The Future Of Consumer Technology? I Found Out At CES Unveiled Paris

Mobile Journalism - A World Of Pubs Where You Don't Have To Clean The Office Microwave

Offices are expensive, you have to have the building, power and water, the little fridge and deal with the inevitable arguments over people not cleaning the microwave. These are some of the expenses, and stresses of having an actual office, in the meatspace.

Mobile Journalism - A World Of Pubs Where You Don't Have To Clean The Office Microwave

Meet SPUD - An Insane 24-Inch Portable Display That Opens Like An Umbrella

A second display for your laptop or phone is an amazingly useful addition but is pretty much a stationary gadget - except for the most dedicated of you who would lug around a display in their backpacks (and power to you).

Meet SPUD - An Insane 24-Inch Portable Display That Opens Like An Umbrella

The Future Of The Walking Dead Is Bleak And Full Of Shock Value Over Story

The Walking Dead returned for its seventh season premiere – and much like the taste of Marmite, it has divided the planet on whether it was a good episode or not.

Well, you can put me in the “not good” category because not only the televisual equivalent of being slowly dragged through broken glass, it pretty much guarantees that the screenwriters have waved a fond farewell to meaningful stories in favour of shock value.

The Future Of The Walking Dead Is Bleak And Full Of Shock Value Over Story