Lilly Rosenberg reflects on her year with no social media and explains why she no longer feels guilty about her scrolling habits
Big data has the potential to be seamlessly integrated in every single aspect of our lives, making it more accessible, safe, and convenient
From smarter toasters to cars to street lamps, the Internet of Things (IoT) is a movement that will have profound implications for industry and security.
Aravelle is a popular Mancunian-born streamer on twitch
Sophie Marriott writes that as smartphones become increasingly crucial to everyday life they become just as much embroiled with poverty and inequality as the luxury car market.
Our emotional and expressive capacities are changing the age of the meme
David Moseley argues that social media is limiting our perception of the news and the world as a whole
The Internet isn’t making us stupid, we just don’t know how to deal with so much information
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Proper Job Theatre’s Dorian
Following the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web, Sophie Marriott looks at how it has been used and abused, and what the legacy of its creator, Tim Berners-Lee is.
The CityVerve project is led by Manchester Council, Cisco, and Manchester Science Partnerships and is set to transform the way Mancunians interact with their city and environment
Research by BBC Radio 4 has identified a loneliness epidemic among young people
Social media and technological advancements have changed the way people interact with each other, making the future unpredictable
Memes have transcended the world of the Internet and made their way into politics and everyday life
The University of Manchester and other institutions connected to the Janet network had their internet connections knocked out after sustained attack
Last weekend’s day of love is analysed by Marina Iskander, who believes you should spend your the special day of Valentines doing what you love, not who you love