Two very different football clubs are using technology to redefine their sport, adding a modern twist to the traditional game.
While a report shows online behavior is getting better, it uncovers a worrying theme: internet harassers often aren’t strangers.
For all the advantages of being online, there are some worrying dark sides, including racism. But there are differences in the way 'cyber-racist' individuals and groups operate.
The humble honeybee can use symbols to perform basic maths including addition and subtraction, new research shows.
The best solution to stop the spread false political news stories and misinformation could be crowdsourcing.
As classrooms around the world become more diverse, it is important that culturally responsive teaching is implemented to support everyone equally.
As the digital age hampers the success of more traditional forms of media, books are standing strong for a number of reasons.
English words like 'putrid' or 'disgusting' have their negative connotations built into our subconscious, but what else makes us like or dislike a word?
In a popular online article, Millennials were once dubbed 'the burnout generation'. Rather than becoming resilient to burnout, we should instead look to improve the way we work.
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.
Modern technology could help us decipher the script on ancient Mesopotamian tablets and give us a glimpse into everyday life circa 3,000 BC.
Bollywood produces between 1,500 and 2,000 films each year, and its global reach is growing - and by reflecting the concerns of modern audiences, it can play a significant role in shaping...
For the first time since 1998, a slew of books, films, and music compositions entered the public domain in the U.S.
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.