David Fincher’s The Killer and the assassin aesthetic
David Fincher’s new Netflix thriller puts its killer in a Hawaiian shirt, playing with the history of assassin films and mixing it with his signature style
Does ChatGPT live up to the hype?
ChatGPT has made its way into the technological conversation quite forcefully over the past 5 months, with millions of people using it daily. Is the AI smart or silly?
A history lesson in the web’s largest online resource, Wikipedia
A vision for a cyberspace utopia created the world’s most extensive and read-reference information bank, and it’s still standing today
5G is coming – here’s what to expect
5G will usher in huge technological advances including internet connection everywhere, self-driving cars, the Internet of Things (IoT) and much more – all without damaging your health.
Housr: A Household Name?
Trying to find a place to rent? Why not try the Tinder for rentals? Housr is an up-and-coming Manchester start-up which aims to make finding student accommodation simple and intuitive
Facebook vs The Law
Razan Samkari argues that online giants like Facebook are not currently compatible with modern, transparent democracies and need to be restrained by laws and policy to protect their users.