As it stands, we have a great fear of allowing our devices more access to parts of our body. However, that’s not cool, as they’re here to worm their way into our hearts. Literally.
I was long under the assumption that board games solely existed to tear unions apart. But according to recent findings, the opposite might be true.
A tidal wave of imitation clickbait sites are flooding Facebook. Unfortunately, there seems to be no source, nor solution, to be found.
We’ve all got a certain point in internet arguments where we wonder how people can cling to such obviously false facts. Well, turns out there’s a science to it.
Through the medium of nanotechnology, science has created a patch that will quietly reduce your love handles. The future is here.
Much like the country itself, the old is meeting the new in India as their largest arranged marriage service enters the dating app world.
There’s an odd duality defining the information age: the more we have access to, the more ignorant we choose to be.
The selfishness of hackers knows no bounds; while they’re welcome to my banking details or my identity, I’m certainly drawing the line at my Instagram images. On this, I have no filter.
A pioneering study has highlighted our inability to detect fake images. In fact, the way that our mind is wired, we manipulate our memories to fit an image, even if that image is bogus.
A recent study has delved into the algorithms used by dating websites discovering most are fundamentally flawed. That being said, the main reason was us, but we’ll whitewash over that.