As Andy Murray looks to hang up his tennis racket for good, it's worth taking a look at the positive impact he has made in making the sport a female-friendly place.
A study of young people in Britain has found 40% of girls and 25% of boys had experienced online harassment or cyberbullying, which can cause anxiety and depression.
Trust in journalists is being eroded around the world, and their jobs are becoming riskier - and yet we need good reporting now more than ever. Democracy depends on it.
Information literacy is no longer a soft skill - it's a survival skill. When citizens can pick out credible sources, a common fact base can be established. This allows people to engage pr...
Images of exhibitions, festivals and other cultural events on Flickr can foretell the economic rise of certain neighbourhoods in London and New York City.
In spite of the rise of the internet, we are no less addicted to books. But the web is changing how authors reach their audiences.
The very low rate of plastic recycling is one of the most worrying of this year’s notable statistics.
1 in 5 US adults use social media as their source of news, slightly more than read newspapers.
In his new book, Delayed Response, academic Jason Farman says we're too impatient - and speed can actually stifle creativity.
Complying with economic sanctions or privacy laws could explain why internet content is off limits in certain countries - but it could also be down to laziness.
As Albert Camus wrote; "Fiction is the lie through which we tell the truth".
More people say they feel stressed by the volume of texts they receive, highlighting the need for digital intelligence skills
With the tools to create photorealistic videos of people without their consent now readily available, governments and tech giants must consider how to fight this dangerous new frontier on...
President Macron's administration will embed several civil servants at Facebook for six months.
The number of young voters turning up to the polls is increasing, but if political activity is to continue to increase, blogging could be a useful tool to engage the next generation.