BlackBerry is finally shutting down the consumer version of BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) on 31 May.
While there's anecdotal evidence of cannabis users needing more sedation to go under, this study is seemingly the first to try quantifying how big of a problem it might be.
The achievement has tremendous scientific potential, but it raises some serious ethical and philosophical concerns.
The project will chronicle changes in Earth’s climate going back a record-breaking 1.5 million years.
A George played a role in the return of Game of Thrones this week. Just perhaps not the George you may have presumed.
"Hey Google, play me some ads."
Facebook Asked Some Users for Their Email Passwords, Then 'Unintentionally Uploaded' 1.5 Million Contact Lists Without Consent
This is the umpteenth time in recent memory that Facebook has been found to have done something its users might not appreciate.
BBC One to interrupt whatever shite it usually puts on on a Thursday evening at 9:00pm for an important debate.
It isn't messing around.
At the least, it means your phone’s storage won’t get maxed out after one memorable night of partying.
There's also a more expensive Switch coming later, apparently.
There won't be any money left for trains. It'll end up using the old diesel Pacers from Northern.
Seemingly with each passing week, YouTube faces another content moderation problem.
With Apple and Qualcomm back together again, the race for a 5G iPhone is officially on.
Including a curious detail about the screen.