We love technology, right, but not when it’s used to breach basic rights, such as using smartphones for “upskirting” — Ugur Nedim explores the issue in his ongoing Thursday law series for TBS.
Daniel Faris presents the future of healthcare – less time spent in waiting rooms and more visits to a (more reliable) Dr. Google, from the comfort of your own home.
As many bemoan the current state of the English language, Lauren Ford, seeing regression as evolution, is inspired and excited by the continual updates to the language.
Burlesque artist Dear Bobby presents
As technology starts to change the way we use transport, Tom Taylor reckons creating lanes for smartphone users is more than clickbait, it’s a sign of the times.
Reading that UK homeowners are more likely to relocate due to poor mobile reception than for safety concerns, Xavier Toby wondered if mobile reception was all they were lacking…
Nicola Ranger would like to see us follow the Chinese city of Chongqing’s example and introduce smartphone footpath lanes #stoptextresumesurvive
After a guy offered to rent out his girlfriend to raise money for an iPhone 6, Xavier Toby questions what the hell was this “human skidmark” thinking???