Chip is the AI money saving app you should be using
From planning your monthly budget to monitoring daily expenditures.
British student creates the first Robot Lawyer
It's able to dispute speeding tickets by giving access to free legal advice on the spot.
Five of the maddest fan theories that could come true in Game of Thrones: Season 7
Brace yourselves, winter is here and so are the tinfoil theories.
Kellyanne Conway spawns yet another new meme
At this point all humanity can rely on to survive is the memes that come out of the Trump Administration on a weekly basis, tbh.
People's opinions on wolf-whistling change depending on age more than gender
76% of those aged 65+ think wolf-whistling is harmless.
Crunch Tech: a device that measures how much you eat
The hearing aid-like device sits behind the ear and picks up sound, motion, and Electromyography activities
E3 2017: What we know so far
Big news from Microsoft and Nintendo, while Sony leaves some fans down.
WWDC 2017: The iPad finally grows up and the return of the Pro
More efficient operating systems, new iPads and Mac models, and a brand new iMac Pro.
New study creates a mind-controlled prosthetic to help paralysed chronic stroke patients
Going under the name of IpsiHand, it combines advances in neurophysiology, electronics, and rehabilitation.
The new Mario Kart comes with an Accessibility surprise
Discover Smart Steering and what it means for disabled gamers.
Scientists have just invented a real life version of the Marauder’s Map
It is called Next Generation Paper and is going to revolutionise paper technology as we know it.
MTV made history with its gender neutral awards - here's why that matters
Non-binary actors such as Asia Kate Dillon will now be able to compete amongst other actors without having to fit into any specific category.
Meet the Brunel 3rd year on a mission to get you politically engaged
Voting Counts founder Rachael on why voting, erm, counts.
Over half of Leave voters would restore the death penalty in the UK
They also want to bring incandescent light bulbs back.
Westminster attacker confirmed as former University of Sussex student
The university's Vice-Chancellor confirmed rumours in an email to students on Wednesday.
1 in 5 Brits would rather live in Virtual Reality than the real world
One in five Brits would prefer living in a virtual world to the real one, according to research.